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Sully District Supervisor candidate Srilekha Palle is slamming her opponent Kathy Smith’s failure to “hold the line” on county taxes. “My opponent is far too quick to raise taxes,” Palle lamented. “We need fiscally conservative leadership that puts taxpayers first”
Sully District Supervisor candidate Srilekha Palle is condemning her opponent Kathy Smith’s decision to feature “a notorious anti-Semite” in a campaign endorsement video. Virginia Delegate Ibraheem Samirah’s endorsement can be seen at the 28-second mark of the video, which the Smith campaign released late Monday night.
Samirah’s extremist views and vile social media posts have repeatedly made headlines. He once contended that funding Israel is “worse” than sending money to the Ku Klux Klan. He gloated over the death of Ariel Sharon
On WMAL’s Larry O’Connor Show, Sully District Supervisor candidate Srilekha Palle discussed the latest example of Fairfax County’s highly controversial “sanctuary” policies.
Yesterday, Fairfax County Police Chief Ed Roessler announced that he “punished” a county police officer, merely for cooperating with ICE
Republican Srilekha Palle dominated Wednesday night’s debate versus Democrat Supervisor Kathy Smith, blasting the incumbent’s record on issues ranging from tax hikes to overcrowded schools.
“My opponent is far too quick to raise taxes, rather than find ways to stretch our hard-earned tax dollars,” Palle lamented. “Worst of all, my opponent has vowed – in writing – to codify radical, extreme sanctuary policies
Fairfax County 2019 Candidate Forum: Sully District Supervisor and School Board, Wednesday, 25 September, 7:30 PM, Sully District Government Center, 4900 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly
GOP nominee for Sully District Supervisor Srilekha Palle blasted incumbent Democrat Kathy Smith’s full embrace of additional “sanctuary” measures for Virginia’s Fairfax County.
Smith recently signed the ACLU “People Power Fairfax” pledge to “limit information sharing with ICE to the maximum extent possible consistent with state and federal law”
Come, Listen, Bring
Listen to our Speaker: RPV Chairman, Jack Wilson
Bring gently used clothing to donate for Women Giving Back Community Service Project.
6:30 – 8:00 PM, Thursday, September 19, 2019
Sully Government Center, 4900 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly, VA
For more information, contact Janet Varre at 703-378-2519