On this day 400 years ago, here on the shores of the James River, the first representative legislative assembly in the New World convened. By the devotion of generations of patriots, it has flourished throughout the ages. And, now, that proud tradition continues with all of you.
To every Virginian and every legislator with us today, congratulations on four incredible centuries of history, heritage, and commitment to the righteous cause of American self-government. This is truly a momentous occasion
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
School Board Member Elizabeth Schultz was on WMAL Tuesday morning, to discuss the board’s controversial efforts to redraw school attendance zones based on students’ race, ethnicity or family income. Along with hosts Vincent Cogliese and Mary Walter, Ms. Schultz lamented the board majority’s focus on “social engineering,” rather than core educational issues
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
Joe Galdo, the Fairfax GOP nominee for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, kicked off his general election campaign with a rally on Tuesday night
Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan strongly condemned a draft policy that, if enacted, would redraw the county schools’ attendance zones based on students’ race, ethnicity or family income
There they go again. More school name changes; cutting out the public’s voice; and planning boundary policy changes with their partisan agenda.
Billions of dollars of our money is being spent by people on the Fairfax County School Board who do not possess any commonsense views, ethics or values
Priscilla DeStefano, a young first-generation mother of two, is running for School Board Member-at-Large. She explained to Mason District Republicans why she is taking on this challenge.
After hearing Priscilla’s remarks, young Republican Emmett Aiken, 11, attending the breakfast with his dad, Gary Aiken, candidate for Mason District Supervisor, had this to say: “This woman, right here, has said the most beautiful things about the school board. She is amazing
In the second episode of our new video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviewed Srilekha Palle, who is running for Sully District Supervisor.
Get to know this dynamic candidate’s story and vision for taxpayer-friendly reform
Today, the Ninth Circuit agreed that the Department of Justice can prioritize Federal discretionary grant dollars to support policing in cities and towns that cooperate with Federal efforts to remove illegal aliens from the country. This ruling reverses a lawless decision that enabled Sanctuary City policies, putting the safety and security of all Americans in harm’s way