On Saturday the 19th, a well-attended “Trump Train” parade of cars made its way from Prince William to Fairfax County. “They were majestic on the road and very eye-catching,” noted Epoch Times reporter Lynn Lin.
At the parade’s starting point, RNC co-chairman Tommy Hicks rallied participants. “Wow, this is amazing,” Hicks said. “Do you think Joe Biden has anything like this?”
On Wednesday, the Fairfax GOP hosted a virtual candidates forum with all three individuals running for chairman of the Republican Party of Republican Party of Virginia (RPV): Rich Anderson; Mike Schoelwer; and Jack Wilson.
The forum, moderated by Fairfax GOP 1st Vice Chairman Sean Rastatter, was live-streamed at Facebook.com/FairfaxGOP.
Last week’s Goya Food Drive was a great success, thanks to many dozens of Fairfax GOP donors and volunteers. More than 1,000 items — including nearly 100 pounds of rice and flour — were donated to local food banks.
The drive, which ran from July 11 through July 19, was conceived in response to leftist calls for a boycott of Goya Foods after CEO Robert Unanue hailed President Donald Trump’s Hispanic Prosperity Initiative, which aims to expand educational options and economic opportunities for Hispanics nationwide.
The Fairfax GOP launched a “Goya Food Drive” over the weekend, with more than 200 items already collected as of Sunday, July 12. The drive will run through Sunday, July 19, after which all items will be donated to a local food bank. Left-wing agitators called for a boycott of Goya Foods after CEO Robert Unanue hailed President Donald Trump’s Hispanic Prosperity Initiative, which aims to expand educational options and economic opportunities for Hispanics nationwide.
Ellmore, a financial professional with deep roots in the district, said that he would “restore balance” to Northern Virginia’s congressional delegation. Jordan, a U.S. Army veteran and defense contractor, vowed to “fight against socialism.”
The candidates tackled a wide variety of issues, ranging from the coronavirus outbreak to 2nd Amendment rights…
The Fairfax GOP hosted a virtual, “socially distant” debate on Saturday, featuring all three candidates seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate
The Fairfax GOP will host a virtual forum with all three candidates seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Virginia: Alissa Baldwin; Daniel Gade; and Thomas Speciale.
The virtual forum, moderated by the Fairfax GOP’s Sean Rastatter, will stream live on Facebook this Saturday, May 2, at 7:00 PM.
Audience members will be encouraged to submit their own questions for the candidates
On Tuesday, county schools finally attempted to reopen online. Chaos ensued. Technical issues locked many students out. Other students who could access their virtual classrooms reportedly faced extreme profanity and harassment.
Ultimately, FCPS decided to cancel instruction for yet another week