Steve Knotts Elected Fairfax GOP Chairman
Steve Knotts will succeed Tim Hannigan as chairman of the Fairfax County GOP. Mr. Knotts was elected by acclamation at Saturday’s Fairfax GOP Convention, which drew more than 100 attendees.
Mr. Knotts, who until Saturday’s convention served as the Fairfax GOP’s Sully Magisterial District chairman, hailed the outgoing county chairman for modernizing the organization
Fairfax GOP Stands with Virginia Gun Owners
Six buses, one of them chartered by the Fairfax GOP, full of 2nd Amendment supporters traveled from the county down to Richmond on Monday to join more than 20,000 concerned Virginians rallying in defense of their 2nd Amendment rights
2019 Election Results
A very hearty congratulations to Supervisor Pat Herrity (R-Springfield) on his re-election.
To all our 2019 candidates, their many volunteers, and everyone who voted Republican yesterday: THANK YOU
Tim Hannigan at “We Are Fairfax” Rally: Vote Republican This November!
Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan addressed a crowd of nearly 100 at today’s “We Are Fairfax” rally, held outside the county police headquarters
Fairfax GOP Endorses Jonathan Fahey for Commonwealth Attorney
The Fairfax GOP has voted to endorse Jonathan Fahey for Commonwealth Attorney. Mr. Fahey will face Democrat nominee Steve Descano in the general election to be held on November 5th.
“Steve Descano is focused on left-wing ideology, not on public safety,” Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan said today. “We need a Commonwealth Attorney who is grounded in reality”
Fairfax GOP Announces Slate of School Board Candidates
The Fairfax County Republican Committee officially endorsed nine candidates for the Fairfax County Board of Education by acclamation last night in Falls Church, Virginia
42nd District GOP Nominates Steve Adragna for Delegate
42nd District Republicans nominated Steve Adragna for the House of Delegates over the weekend
Video: Hannigan Blasts Calls for Illegal Alien Defense Fund
Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan was interviewed by WUSA 9’s Ines de La Cuetara on Friday, regarding calls for the Board of Supervisors to fund the legal bills of the county’s illegal aliens.
“It just doesn’t make any sense,” Mr. Hannigan said. “Why are we helping people who have broken the law?”