Join a Block Walk for Glenn Youngkin and the G.O.P. ticket as we “walk to remember.”
Saturday, September 11th, 9 AM:
1) Youngkin Victory Fairfax Field Office, 7927 Jones Branch Dr. #1100, McLean
RSVP to: Ian McGuire at email@example.com
2) Fairfax GOP HQ, 4246 Chain Bridge Rd., Fairfax
RSVP to: Robert Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Fort Hunt Park, 8999 Fort Hunt Rd., Alexandria
RSVP to: Joe Brody at email@example.com
4) Centreville Elementary School, 14330 Green Trails Blvd., Centreville
RSVP to: Mike McGarey at firstname.lastname@example.org
5) Gary Pan Campaign HQ, 9912 Georgetown Pike, Great Falls
RSVP to: Samuel Hazen at email@example.com
*Coffee, donuts, and door-knocking training will be provided*
*RSVP’s are not required, but are greatly appreciated*
Dozens of citizens rallied in support of local police on Saturday, May 22. Several candidates for office were in attendance, including Matt Lang, Kenny Meteiver, and Gary Pan.
The rally, organized by Stand Up Virginia and BLEXIT VA, featured dynamic speakers who stressed the importance of law and order.
Undermining law enforcement puts everyone at risk, Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi warned.
The month of May represents Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This month we celebrate the culture and achievements of Asian Pacific Americans, but as a Chinese American myself, I’d also like to focus on a key issue facing our community: our public schools.
I live in Northern Virginia. It’s the wealthiest area in the entire country, yet our schools are failing us. Not because of a lack of funding, and not only because they aren’t open, but because of a perverse idea of equity that punishes success in order to make everyone equal.
Come out and help Gary Pan WIN the 34th District!
Door knocking at 10am
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