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.
What a difference a year makes. Delegate Kathy Tran was elected to the House of Delegates in November 2017 and assumed office the following January. One year ago.
Do you know that she is sponsoring a bill in the VA legislature which, effectively, would bring New York State’s new abortion law to the Commonwealth, allowing abortions up until the moment of birth?
Pensions alone currently cost the county 30 cents on top of every payroll dollar – over 65 cents if you include all benefits
Delegate Kathy Byron (R-Campbell) introduced HJ 715 to amend our state constitution. If ratified, the amendment would ensure that tax dollars are not used to fund abortions in Virginia. The proposed amendment states:
“No taxes or other revenues of the Commonwealth may be used to pay for abortions, provided that nothing herein shall prevent the use of such funds to preserve the life of the mother.”
The Eastern District Court selected a series of legally indefensible redistricting modules that attempts to give Democrats an advantage at every turn. The modules selected by the Court target senior Republicans, myself included, without a substantive basis in the law
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
FCRC will hold an “unofficial” meeting during 7:30 – 8:45 PM on Wednesday, January 23, at the James Madison High School Auditorium, 2500 James Madison Drive, Vienna, VA 22181.
(See the map at the end of the article for where to park and enter the school.)
Meeting check-in will start at 6:45 PM. Light snacks and beverages will be served but NOT dinner.
The meeting is a make-up for the official meeting scheduled for January 15 that was canceled because of school closing.
The meeting is “unofficial” because the near-term date for the meeting does not allow sufficient time for the 10-day meeting call required by FCRC’s Plan of Organization. As an “unofficial” meeting, FCRC will postpone any votes that might arise to the regularly scheduled February meeting. Requirements for meeting attendance will also be waived.
The reasons for holding the “unofficial” meeting are to: 1) provide information about the upcoming special election in the 86th Delegate District; 2) update FCRC members about plans for developing the party and supporting 2019 Republican candidates; and 3) gain the benefit of the presentation on communist / socialist influence on education originally scheduled for the meeting that was canceled.
Meeting Presentation: ACAT Exposes Communist / Socialist Influence on Education. The Anticommunism Action Team (ACAT) will review how communist/socialist ideology and tactics have adversely influenced American education.
The Anticommunism Action Team is an independent, unaffiliated grassroots group of concerned citizens. Its mission is “to discredit communist ideology and counter communist influence here and abroad.”
Led by Chris Wright, a lawyer and liberty activist, the group offers experienced speakers, news updates, opinion articles, videos, an informative website, and even a college course—all focused on exposing “the false allure of communism.”