J. Christian Adams, president and general counsel of the Public Interest Legal Foundation, a law firm devoted to election integrity, will discuss the proposed federal takeover of election administration from the states at the March meeting of the Fairfax County Republican Committee.
If these three men are the best today’s Democrat Party of Virginia has to offer the voting public, our commonwealth is in serious danger. Some Democrats have called on them to resign but their words have fallen on deaf ears. Allow the citizens of Virginia to rectify their error of electing the political Three Stooges. Do the righteous thing, Mr. Northam, Mr. Fairfax, and Mr. Herring. Your reputations are in tatters. Resign now.
Delegate Tim Hugo rallied with supporters over the weekend, officially kicking off his re-election bid
The Fairfax County Fiscal Year 2020 advertised budget continues the Board of Supervisors and school board’s decades-long pattern of reckless spending.
Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan was on DC’s WMAL yesterday, discussing transgender ideology in the region’s public elementary schools. The interview focused largely on news from Arlington, where Kindergartners in Ashlawn Elementary School are now subjected to lessons about transgenderism and other highly sensitive matters.
Fairfax County Republican Chairman Tim Hannigan is calling for stronger parental consent laws regarding Family Life Education, after the Washington Post revealed how a public school in Arlington is teaching Kindergartners about transgenderism and other sensitive issues.
The 2019 Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, introduced by Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska), would “prohibit a health care practitioner from failing to exercise the proper degree of care in the case of a child who survives an abortion or attempted abortion.”
In December 2018, Republicans and Democrats in Congress came together almost unanimously to pass a significant health care bill: Building Our Largest Dementia (BOLD) Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act.
The Fairfax County Republican Committee calls on all Republicans, Democrats, and independents to get out and vote for U.S. Air Force veteran and Republican nominee Gregg Nelson in Virginia’s special election for delegate in the 86th District on Tuesday, February 19.
Mr. Nelson offers a commonsense, mainstream alternative to radical Democrat Ibraheem Samirah.