VPAP published this visual, which shows the reasons given for voting absentee across the Commonwealth. The top reasons given were “work conflict” and “personal business/vacation.” In the 2018 election there were 338,680 absentee ballots cast.
Watch HB 1763. This bill is Virginia’s version of the “Red Flag law.” “Red Flag” laws” now exists in MD and DC. Under this law, a person’s firearms will be confiscated if a judge deems he/she is a danger to Continue reading Government Gun Grab
The Virginia Board of Elections voted unanimously Friday to assess a $500 civil fine against a former chairman of the Prince William County Democratic Committee in connection with campaign activity local Republicans say was intended to affect the outcome of Continue reading PWC Dem Leader Guilty
After revoking a local political action committee’s status as an organization, the Virginia Department of Elections board will discuss on Friday a complaint against the PAC named Republicans for Stanley Bender. The PAC allegedly distributed signs that mislead voters on Continue reading More on Democrat Deception in Prince William County Election
State Delegate Elizabeth Guzmán (D-31) on Wednesday announced a bill that would increase the fuel tax paid by United Airlines to lower the toll on the Dulles Toll Road, which largely funds the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority’s work to extend Continue reading Del. Guzman Announces Bill to Penalize United Airlines
Prince William County legislators gathered recently to discuss their legislative agenda for the 2019 Session. Coal ash, transportation, and the workload for school counselors topped their agenda. Read the full article here.
Despite the fact that the clock ran out on the ERA back in 1982, Virginia Democrats have decided it is still viable. Delegate Carroll-Foy introduced HJ 579, Constitution of the United States; Equal Rights Amendment. Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the Continue reading Dems Push ERA
The HEAR Project launched in 2017 on Facebook and Twitter and provided readers with daily updates on the 2018 General Assembly session. The Project focused on elected officials representing Prince William County. HEAR revealed that the newly elected delegates from Continue reading The HEAR Project in 2019