Virginia House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox released the following statement Tuesday after CNBC awarded Virginia with the top spot as the nation’s Best State for Business:
“There’s no secret behind Virginia’s climb to the top of the rankings this year. Our highly-educated workforce, our business-friendly regulatory environment, low taxes, and our ongoing commitment to education make our Commonwealth a great place for any business, from a mom-and-pop startup to the Fortune 500″
An Open Letter to the Virginia Legislature
By Tom Curtin
I understand Governor Ralph Northam called for an emergency session on July 9, 2019, to ask the legislature for increased gun regulation in the Commonwealth. Governor Northam indicated this action was based on the recent shooting in the Virginia Beach Municipal Building.
Existing laws failed to deter the Virginia Beach shooter. The laws and regulations at the building prohibited open and concealed carry for all who are present. It took only one idiot to break those laws and regulations to kill and injure many people in just a few minutes
Luke Rosiak, an investigative reporter with The Daily Caller News Foundation, will discuss Democrat obstruction of justice at the federal level that he has uncovered and its meaning for local elections at the July meeting of the Fairfax County Republican Committee
By Michael Albin
Several hundred kids and their parents lined the streets of Kings Park Precinct in Braddock District for the 54th annual Independence Day parade and band concert
GOP nominee for Sully District Supervisor Srilekha Palle rallied 250 supporters at TEZ Indian-American Restaurant on Saturday in Fairfax County.
Palle was introduced by Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan, who lauded the candidate’s stellar work ethic
Nick Bell, GOP nominee for Delegate in Virginia’s 39th District, was recently on WMAL’s Larry O’Connor Show to discuss his campaign to unseat Democrat Vivian Watts.
Mr. Bell said that he decided to run after hearing extremely offensive statements from Virginia Democrats, including Ms. Watts, on the issues of late-term abortion and infanticide. During the interview, Mr. O’Connor lauded Mr. Bell’s moral clarity on the sanctity of human life
In the first of a new series of video podcasts, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviewed at-large school board candidate Priscilla DeStefano.
Get to know this amazing candidate’s life story and vision for student-focused education reform
On Sunday, June 23rd, more than 90 enthusiastic Republicans filled American Legion Post 270 in McLean to capacity for the Dranesville Republican BBQ. It was fun greeting old friends, meeting new ones, and enjoying delicious food from Smoke-N-Shine BBQ.
We were joined by special guests and fellow Dranesville residents Katie and Sebastian Gorka
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