Soil and Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs) were established in the 1930s to develop comprehensive programs and plans to conserve soil resources, control and prevent soil erosion and sedimentation, prevent floods, and conserve, develop, use, and safely dispose of floodwater
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors must fix the county’s broken pension plan. The current pension plan defies any semblance of good governance. It costs too much, with its asymmetrical growth over the past 20 years raising property taxes and giving the county a multi-billion dollar unfunded liability
The Democrat majority on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors continues to raise taxes, spend taxpayer dollars irresponsibly, and support “sanctuary” polices for illegals.
Since 2000, taxes have increased three times faster than household income and three times faster than the rate of inflation
In Episode 7 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews at-large school board candidate Vinson Palathingal. Get to know this dynamic candidate’s story and vision for back-to-basics education reform
In Episode 6 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Springfield School Board Member Elizabeth Schultz.
A rare voice of common sense on the board, Ms. Schultz breaks down “One Fairfax” and other controversial issues
The Fairfax GOP is heartbroken to share the news that Paul Bolon, our nominee for Providence District Supervisor, passed away over the weekend. Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan issued the following statement tonight:
“Paul Bolon was a great candidate. A professional economist, he brought a clear-eyed, analytical perspective to issues facing our county
In Episode 5 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Paul Bolon, who is running for the Board of Supervisors in Fairfax County’s Providence District
The achievement gap among Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) children of different ethnic groups is as wide as it has ever been. The failure to bridge this divide, even after decades of efforts, is really embarrassing to the school board