Daniel Gade handily won the Virginia GOP nomination for U.S. Senate on Tuesday. The very next day, Gade joined WMAL’s Larry O’Connor to discuss his candidacy and why the incumbent, Mark Warner, needs to go.
“What we need to do is return to our Constitutional founding principles — among those are, of course, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” Gade said.
Virginia’s 8th, 10th, and 11th Congressional Districts have now concluded their nominating conventions — these were the first of many steps needed to give Virginians a voice and restore common sense to our Commonwealth.
Your friends and neighbors registered to serve as delegates – and even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, they came out to cast their ballots and participate in our great democracy. Delegates had important decisions before them, and evaluated the candidates with care and thoughtfulness
Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts is hailing Republican Sang Yi’s decisive election to another term on the Fairfax City Council.
“Congratulations to Sang Yi on a stunning victory,” Knotts said Tuesday night. “More votes were cast for Republican Sang Yi than for any other candidate on the ballot in the City of Fairfax.”
As Virginians focus on health, family and financial concerns due to the coronavirus, it might be easy to forget the Republican Primary on Tuesday, June 23. The only race on the ballot is to select our Republican nominee – Alissa Baldwin, Daniel Gade or Tom Speciale – who will challenge and defeat Democrat Senator Mark Warner in November…
The Fairfax GOP hosted a virtual, “socially distant” debate Saturday night, featuring all the candidates seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Congress in Virginia’s 10th District: Aliscia Andrews, Jeff Dove, Rob Jones and Matt Truong. The four candidates faced off in a Zoom video conference streamed via Facebook Live…
Ellmore, a financial professional with deep roots in the district, said that he would “restore balance” to Northern Virginia’s congressional delegation. Jordan, a U.S. Army veteran and defense contractor, vowed to “fight against socialism.”
The candidates tackled a wide variety of issues, ranging from the coronavirus outbreak to 2nd Amendment rights…
The Fairfax GOP hosted a virtual, “socially distant” debate on Saturday, featuring all three candidates seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate
The Fairfax GOP will host a virtual forum with all three candidates seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Virginia: Alissa Baldwin; Daniel Gade; and Thomas Speciale.
The virtual forum, moderated by the Fairfax GOP’s Sean Rastatter, will stream live on Facebook this Saturday, May 2, at 7:00 PM.
Audience members will be encouraged to submit their own questions for the candidates