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.
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.”
Recently, I was asked by a friend why should African Americans vote for Trump. As an African American, I gave them over 10 reasons why, but before I share a few of those reasons with you I would like to say…
In 2016 I did not vote for Trump!
Four years later, I am what’s known as a #MAGA Republican. I went from “Never Trump” to Trump advocate — and you should too.
Mount Vernon Republican Steven Mosley launched a new podcast series this summer — Facts, Opinions & Rants with Steven Mosley. In a recent episode, Mosley recalls his first political donation — to Herman Cain for President.
Cain, who died last month after falling ill with COVID-19, was a business leader and tea party activist who ran for president in 2012. He was an early supporter of Donald Trump in 2016, and later served as co-chairman of Black Voices for Trump in 2020.
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
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (MLK) was born on January 15, 1929. If he were still alive today, he would be 93 years old. MLK died at the age of 39, but what a life did he live! I am glad that 50+ years after his death (1968), his legacy and impact still lives
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