Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts joined WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program last week to discuss the Republican Party of Virginia’s new slate of candidates for statewide office: Glenn Youngkin for Governor; Winsome Sears for Lieutenant Governor; and Jason Miyares for Attorney General.
“We’ve got the ticket, from top to bottom,” Knotts said. “We’ve got the best and most qualified slate — and they just happen to be diverse”
Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts joined WMAL’s Mornings on the Mall radio program Wednesday, to break down the latest failures of state and local Democrat officials — from law enforcement to vaccination to K-12 education.
Knotts’s WMAL interview came on the heels of news that Fairfax County formally became a sanctuary jurisdiction for unlawful migrants. “The Democrats are picking which laws they’d like to enforce and which ones they don’t,” Knotts said.
Nathan Brinkman, a father of two school-aged kids in Arlington County, was recently on WMAL to discuss the latest threat to educational freedom here in Virginia. Delegate David L. Bulova (D-Fairfax) has introduced a bill that would abolish the Commonwealth’s Education Improvement Scholarships Tax Credit (EISTC)
Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan was on DC’s WMAL yesterday, discussing transgender ideology in the region’s public elementary schools. The interview focused largely on news from Arlington, where Kindergartners in Ashlawn Elementary School are now subjected to lessons about transgenderism and other highly sensitive matters.