In Episode 7 of our meet-the-candidate video podcast series, Fairfax GOP Vice Chairman Matt Truong interviews at-large school board candidate Vinson Palathingal. Get to know this dynamic candidate’s story and vision for back-to-basics education reform
The achievement gap among Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) children of different ethnic groups is as wide as it has ever been. The failure to bridge this divide, even after decades of efforts, is really embarrassing to the school board
Vinson X. Palathingal is proud to be Asian American.
Since moving to the U.S. from Kerala, India, about 27 years ago to pursue a master’s degree in engineering, Palathingal has built a career in information technology and founded a nonprofit think tank, the Indo-American Center, that he now runs as its executive director.
He established a home in McLean where he and his wife watched their two sons grow up and attend the University of Virginia to study computer science
There they go again. More school name changes; cutting out the public’s voice; and planning boundary policy changes with their partisan agenda.
Billions of dollars of our money is being spent by people on the Fairfax County School Board who do not possess any commonsense views, ethics or values
On Sunday, June 23rd, more than 90 enthusiastic Republicans filled American Legion Post 270 in McLean to capacity for the Dranesville Republican BBQ. It was fun greeting old friends, meeting new ones, and enjoying delicious food from Smoke-N-Shine BBQ.
We were joined by special guests and fellow Dranesville residents Katie and Sebastian Gorka
Lola LeCraw gave a whole new meaning to “I’m seeing red” when she debuted the 2019 Republican table under the big red tent at Mason Farmers Market (6621 Columbia Pike, Annandale, Virginia) on Thursday, May 2.
Passionate about President Donald Trump’s “Promises Made, Promises Kept,” Lola handed out a long list of his accomplishments