With their majority running out of days on the calendar, Republican leaders of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors are considering a resolution proclaiming the county a so-called Second Amendment sanctuary. Read the full story here.
The Democrats have wasted not time in submitting bills to advance their left-wing agenda. The bills will be debated in the General Assembly session that begins in January. In Virginia, laws passed during the General Assembly session go into effect Continue reading Life in Blue Virginia
The intense dislike of the President in suburban areas started a wave of victories for the Democrats in 2017. The Democrats mobilized voters again to defeat Republicans in the 2019 elections. https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/nov/5/virginia-democrats-ride-anti-trump-wave/
Virginia House Republican Majority Leader Todd Gilbert issued the following statement: “I am honored and thankful to be re-elected by what appears to be a historic margin in a contested race in this district. This outcome is a testament to Continue reading House Majority Leader Gilbert’s Statement on Election Results
Bernie Sanders will be in Prince William this week to stump for Delegate Lee Carter and possibly for Delegate Elizabeth Guzman. Stay tuned! delegatecartersrecord.com delegateguzmansrecord.com
Prince William County Republicans have discovered that former Prince William PD Lt. William “Liam” Burke, who was arrested for illegal breach of personal information, made large donations to the Prince William Democratic Committee. Burke also made smaller donations to Democratic candidates. Continue reading Fired PWC Police Officer Abused Police Data Bases for Political Purposes
An article in the Richmond Times Dispatch reported that 90,000 absentee ballots had been cast by Friday, November 1st — a new record. Often, the number of absentee ballots cast prior to the election is an indicator of voter turnout. Continue reading Record Turnout on Tuesday?
If re-elected, Lateef said he would advocate for increased local spending in the division. Currently, the county and school system have a revenue-sharing agreement, under which the county provides 57.23% of its general revenues to the schools, excluding recordation tax Continue reading School Funding a Top Issue in School Board Chairman’s Race