More than a dozen volunteers, from across the Lee/Mount Vernon area, gathered on Saturday, May 15 to remove litter alongside Franconia Road. Among them was Brenton Hammond, the GOP nominee for Virginia’s House of Delegates in District 43. “It was a beautiful day for a great event,” the candidate said.
The service project was organized by the Knights of Columbus Council #9407, based at St. Lawrence Church on Franconia Road.
BLEXIT Virginia interviewed Mount Vernon resident Steven Mosley this week on Facebook Live. Mosley, who ran last year for a seat on Fairfax County’s school board, discussed the many benefits of school choice for all students, and for black children in particular.
Parents should have the right to determine “where and how their children are educated,” Mosley said. “When someone says ‘school choice,’ that’s what they’re talking about.”
The Fairfax GOP’s very own Steven Mosley joined Blexit Virginia’s Facebook Live conversation about school choice Wednesday evening. The video conference, featuring renowned conservative commentator Anthony B. Logan, focused on the moral imperative of school choice for all families, regardless of ZIP code or income level
This past week I met an African American mom at Whitman Middle School’s Back to School Night who expressed concern because when her 8th grader graduates from Whitman she will be placed into one of the lowest-performing high schools in our district. This parent was looking for other options. She asked me if elected what I would do to give parents more options
In Episode 9 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews Mount Vernon school board candidate Steven Mosley. Get to know to know this dynamic candidate’s story and vision for parent-powered education reform
Support Steven Mosely at Debate, Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 7 pm, Sherwood Regional Library, 2501 Sherwood Hall Lane, Alexandria, VA 22306
Solutions that could improve the outcomes for students at Mount Vernon and other struggling Fairfax County public schools won’t be implemented this year under the guidance of the current school board. These schools will continue to face higher dropout rates (9.2%) and lower state tests scores for reading and math
Campaign Kickoff for Steven Mosley
Sunday, August 18th
Service Master Restore
7551 Fordson Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22306
You are cordially invited to a special Meet, Greet and Support for
Candidate for Fairfax County School Board from the Mount Vernon District.
Light Refreshments beginning at 6:30 PM
hosted by Jane and Greg Gandee
5920 Hallowing Drive
Mason Neck, VA 22079
Please RSVP by texting Jane at 703-930-0005
Republicans will hold a mass meeting at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, May 15, at ServiceMaster (7551 Fordson Road, Alexandria, VA 22306).
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate a Republican candidate for the office of Mount Vernon District Supervisor