The Fairfax County Republican Committee calls on all Republicans, Democrats, and independents to get out and vote for U.S. Air Force veteran and Republican nominee Gregg Nelson in Virginia’s special election for delegate in the 86th District on Tuesday, February 19.
Mr. Nelson offers a commonsense, mainstream alternative to radical Democrat Ibraheem Samirah.
The Suburban Virginia Republican Coalition released a new video this week, showing that embattled Democrat Ibraheem Samirah’s hateful extremism goes well beyond his online screeds.
The video documents that Dr. Samirah led efforts to boycott Hewlett-Packard (HP), only because they sold computers to the Israeli government.
Following coverage of Democrat Ibraheem Samirah’s hateful rhetoric, at least one fellow Democrat seems to have taken notice.
Last week, Dr. Samirah’s Facebook page announced the endorsement of State Senator Jennifer Boyko. That announcement has since been deleted.
Republican Gregg Nelson: “The metaphorical domino has since fallen here into our Special Election in District 86. Democrat nominee, Ibraheem Samirah, was quoted in a 2014 Facebook post stating that funding Israel is ‘worse’ than sending money to the KKK. Taking from the playbook of his statewide elected idols, Samirah blamed his ‘impassioned’ college days for his actions.
Longtime Mount Vernon resident Richard Hayden has issued the following statement:
“I’m not a politician and never expected to be, but I am announcing my candidacy for the 44th House District in the Virginia Assembly today because Richmond politicians are just too out of touch.”
Dr. Steven P. “Steve” Adragna, a longtime Fairfax County resident, businessman and community activist, today announced his candidacy to represent the 42nd District in Virginia’s House of Delegates.
Republicans nominated Gregg Nelson for the House of Delegates in District 86 today, during a meeting held at Fairfax Christian School in Dulles. The 86th District includes Herndon and parts of Fairfax and Loudoun Counties. Nelson will face Democrat Ibraheem Samirah in a special election scheduled on February 19.
“I’m honored to accept the Republican nomination for the House of Delegates,” Nelson said this afternoon
Come out and join entrepreneur businessman and former Delegate Joe May, the Republican candidate for State Senator in Virginia’s 33d Senate District, as he kicks off his campaign to fill the seat being vacated by Democratic State Senator Jennifer Wexton when she moves to the House of Representatives in January.
The campaign kick-off will take place at 11:00 AM on Saturday, December 8, in the Joe May for Virginia Campaign HQ, 604 King Street, Suite 101A, Leesburg VA.
Mr. May won the Republican nomination at a Republican mass meeting held on November 18 and will square off against current House Delegate from the 86th District Jennifer Boysko in a special election scheduled for January 8.
The 33d Senate District covers parts of Fairfax County and Loudoun County. Registered voters in the following Fairfax County precincts can vote in the election:
Hunter Mill District: McNair, Frying Pan
Sully District: Carson, Franklin, Brookfield
Show your support for Republican candidate Joe May as he seeks to wrest a State Senate seat away from the Democrats.
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