Sang Yi Announces Run for Mayor of Fairfax City
Fairfax City Councilman Sang Yi announced his candidacy for mayor on Wednesday, in a video shared via social media. “I’m running for Mayor of the City of Fairfax because we need to focus on affordability, accountability, and common sense leadership at City Hall. Service is my priority and helping people is my passion. I look forward to bringing friends and neighbors together to make a Fairfax for Everyone,” Yi said. “Visit www.SangYiForFairfax.com to learn more and join us!”
VIDEO: “We Love Our Police” Rally
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.
Fairfax GOP Congratulates Sang Yi
Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts is hailing Republican Sang Yi’s decisive election to another term on the Fairfax City Council.
“Congratulations to Sang Yi on a stunning victory,” Knotts said Tuesday night. “More votes were cast for Republican Sang Yi than for any other candidate on the ballot in the City of Fairfax.”
Video Highlights from May 22 FCRC Membership Meeting
The meeting featured speakers on illegal immigration, taxes and pensions, as well as presentations by elected candidates, party nominees and primary candidates. Videos can also be viewed at the new FCRC youtube channel. Please subscribe and get friends and family to subscribe too. We’re trying to reach 100 subscribers by the end of the month!
Patti Lyman, immigration attorney spoke on illegal…
Sang Yi, Fairfax City Council, speaks at May 22 2018 FCRC Membership Meeting
Sang Yi, Fairfax City Council. Republican Sang Yi won his seat on May 1, 2018 and begins his term July 1. More on Sang Yi’s campaign here.
Supervisor Pat Herrity to Speak at FCRC Meeting: 7:30 PM, May 22
Get the latest on property tax increases, county employee pension issues, and illegal aliens in Fairfax County and what Republicans should do about these issues!
Springfield Supervisor Pat Herrity and immigration lawyer Patti Lyman will headline our speakers at the next meeting of the Fairfax County Republican Committee (FCRC) to be held at 7:30 PM on Tuesday, May 22, in the cafeteria at W.T. Woodson High School, 9525 Main Street, Fairfax, VA 22031. As added bonuses…