Galdo lamented that our county’s infrastructure has not kept up with the rapid pace of development
In Episode 6 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Springfield School Board Member Elizabeth Schultz.
A rare voice of common sense on the board, Ms. Schultz breaks down “One Fairfax” and other controversial issues
In Episode 5 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Paul Bolon, who is running for the Board of Supervisors in Fairfax County’s Providence District
The achievement gap among Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) children of different ethnic groups is as wide as it has ever been. The failure to bridge this divide, even after decades of efforts, is really embarrassing to the school board
In Episode 4 of our video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Laura Ramírez Drain, who is running for School Board in Fairfax County’s Hunter Mill District
A new YouTube video, published by Voices of Fairfax, is currently making the rounds in our county, focused on the Board of Education’s highly controversial drive to redraw school attendance zones based on race, ethnicity and family income
Jane Dudik — one of three GOP-endorsed candidates for the Soil and Water Conservation Board — was invited to discuss her own candidacy at Joe Galdo’s kickoff rally last week. Dudik, who earned a PhD in environmental science and policy, discussed her passion for conservation
Ohio State Representative Niraj Antani endorsed Srilekha Palle for Fairfax County’s Sully District Supervisor, in a statement released today. “We need more commonsense fiscal conservatives like Srilekha Palle,” Antani said
In Episode 3 of our new video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Arthur Purves, who is running for State Senate in District 32.
Having long served as Fairfax County’s taxpayer watchdog, Mr. Purves discusses the need for commonsense fiscal conservatism in Richmond
Vinson X. Palathingal is proud to be Asian American.
Since moving to the U.S. from Kerala, India, about 27 years ago to pursue a master’s degree in engineering, Palathingal has built a career in information technology and founded a nonprofit think tank, the Indo-American Center, that he now runs as its executive director.
He established a home in McLean where he and his wife watched their two sons grow up and attend the University of Virginia to study computer science