In the past, I have always voted on Election Day. This year is different; I voted early for the following reasons: (1) Voting early reduces the amount of phone calls and mailers you receive as campaigns take you off of their lists once you have voted – it also saves them money; (2) Eliminates the worry that a family/business or medical emergency might happen on Election Day; (3) Reduces opportunity for voter fraud by removing your name from voter rolls as a picture ID is no longer required to vote; (4) But most importantly – it is critical that we end one-party rule in Richmond.
Virginia Republican gubernatorial nominee Glenn Youngkin will make a “major announcement” Tuesday night at the Burke Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. Youngkin will highlight the failure of Virginia’s school system and offer his vision to make our schools worthy of our children. Register now (at no cost) to attend this big event!
The Republican State Leadership Committee released a new, hard-hitting ad this week, blasting Hala Ayala’s weakness and touting the resolve of Winsome Sears. “These days, we need a strong leader who runs into the fight — that was Winsome Sears, when she joined the Marines, and built a business,” the ad says. “Politician Hala Ayala? She’s made a career out of backing down.”
Jason Miyares overwhelmingly won today’s Attorney General Debate hosted by the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce. Mark Herring showed Virginians that he has nothing but a failed record to run on and deserves to be fired.
“Mark Herring has failed Virginians. He refused to hold the Parole Board accountable when they broke the law and let murderers, rapists, child abductors, and cop killers out with decades left on their sentences.
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board voted 9-1 to ask Governor Northam to remove the witness signature requirement for absentee ballots in Fairfax County because our residents may not be able to get signatures due to COVID concerns. The General Assembly removed the witness signature requirement during the 2020 elections while we were under a State of Emergency. It was reinstated once the State of Emergency ended in the Commonwealth.
Political outsider, successful business leader, and Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin’s campaign today announced the launch of a digital ad campaign highlighting Terry McAuliffe’s proposed tax hike, which would be the largest in Virginia history.
A fiscal analysis by the Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy found that McAuliffe’s budget would increase spending in Virginia by $8 billion over the next biennium…
Political outsider, successful business leader, and Republican nominee for governor Glenn Youngkin today announced endorsements from three organizations representing thousands of Virginia small businesses: National Federation of Independent Business Virginia PAC (NFIB), Associated Builders and Contractors Virginia (ABC-VA), and Virginia Contractor Procurement Alliance (VCPA).
“Virginians have a clear choice this November…”
Right-to-work laws have been on the books in Virginia for nearly three-quarters of a century, but the two main candidates running to be the next governor hold opposing views on whether it should stay that way.
The current law has support from Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin, but is opposed by Democratic nominee Terry McAuliffe.
Early, in-person voting commenced on Friday, September 17. Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts cast his ballot early that morning. In a a video recorded shortly thereafter, Knotts called it “a very easy process.” The chairman urged everyone to vote early if they can. “We really need your help this year,” he said.
Currently, early voters in Fairfax County have three locations to choose from.