The Hon. Ed Meese III — 75th Attorney General of the United States under Ronald Reagan and member of Donald Trump’s transition team — recently shared his words of wisdom with supporters of Gary Aiken for Mason District Supervisor. “The local government is where the action is, in terms of where impacting people’s lives occurs,” Meese told attendees.
Meese noted the size of Fairfax County — its police and fire departments are among the nation’s largest. These massive operations directly affect the safety and quality of life of Fairfax County residents
Srilekha Palle, the Fairfax GOP’s nominee for Sully District Supervisor, introduced herself to voters Tuesday night. Addressing more than 100 at last night’s Fairfax GOP meeting, Ms. Palle vowed to focus on taxes, education and quality of life issues
Melania and I send our best wishes for a memorable celebration to all those commemorating Juneteenth.
On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger of the United States Army marched into Galveston, Texas, and issued General Order Number 3, declaring, “all slaves are free.” With this order, the message enshrined in President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 was brought to Texas
Cheryl Chumley, The Washington Times’ online opinion editor, will discuss “Applying Faith Principles to Win Political Battles” at the June meeting of the Fairfax County Republican Committee. She will explain how “Character, Boldness, and Pragmatic Hope” can translate into political wins
On Father’s Day, we celebrate and honor the men who have embraced the essential role of fatherhood. Through acts of selflessness, determination, and love, fathers and father figures enrich and bless all of our lives. Today, we thank them for boldly embracing the tremendous responsibility of raising our Nation’s children to be happy, productive, and responsible adults, and for their ceaseless devotion to their families
On Flag Day and during National Flag Week, we celebrate and honor our Nation’s lasting emblem, our great American flag. Since the Second Continental Congress adopted its design more than 200 years ago, the Stars and Stripes has been a powerful symbol of freedom, hope, and opportunity. We fly Old Glory from government buildings, schools, city halls, police and fire stations, stores, offices, and our front porches. Wherever Americans are gathered — sporting events, places of worship, parades, and rallies — our flag waves proudly, representing the enduring spirit of our country
By Mary Tanzer
Gary Aiken, Republican candidate for Mason District Supervisor, recently spent his morning in a local farmers market — greeting shoppers, listening to their concerns about Mason District, and asking for their votes.
One shopper asked, “What are you going to do for us? What is your plan?”
Gary had six major issues on his mind: budget, development, transportation, crime, business, and education
The Virginia Federation Republican Women (VFRW) met on Sunday, June 2, 2019, at the Lorton Workhouse Museum to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Congressional Passage of the 19th Amendment. This historical amendment forbade states from denying the right to vote on the basis of sex
Sully District Republicans will be holding a mass meeting at 6:00 PM on June 10 in the Chantilly Regional Library (4000 Stringfellow Road; Chantilly, VA 20151).
The purpose of the meeting is to elect a nominee for the office of Sully District Supervisor, for the election to be held on November 5, 2019
34th State Senate District Republicans will hold a mass meeting at 6:00 PM on Monday, June 10 in the Fairfax County Republican Committee office (4246 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22030).
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate a Republican candidate for the office of State Senator to run in the general election scheduled for Tuesday, November 5
Republicans will be holding a mass meeting at 7:00 PM on June 10 inside Lambert Hall, Smith Chapel, United Methodist Church (11321 Beach Mill Road; Great Falls, Virginia 22066).
The purpose of the meeting is to elect a nominee for the office of Dranesville Supervisor
Republicans will be holding a mass meeting at 8:00 PM on Monday, June 10, in the Fairfax County Republican Committee Office (4246 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22030).
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate Republican candidates for the offices of Sheriff and Commonwealth Attorney to run in the general election scheduled for Tuesday, November 5