Monthly Archives: October 2018

Gerry Connolly Mails Trump Copy of Constitution

I’ve spent a fair amount of time with Rep. Gerry Connolly over the years and I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen him use his sense of humor to drive home a point he’s trying to make. Today, … Continue reading

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Video: Phyllis Randall Speaks About Growing Up in a Military Family

The American Legion’s 5th Annual Loudoun Salute to Military, Veterans and Families was held earlier today at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn. With a variety of people in attendance including dozens of young children, this is a gathering that … Continue reading

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Eric DeKenipp Unexpectedly Resigns from Loudoun County School Board

In a move that even surprised some of his fellow board members, Eric DeKenipp announced his resignation from the Loudoun County School Board during Tuesday night’s regularly scheduled board meeting. In his statement, DeKenipp said he’s resigning in order to … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren Sends Email for Jennifer Wexton

With recent polls showing that Elizabeth Warren has a 25 point lead in her bid for a second term in the US Senate and almost $14 million cash on hand, it shouldn’t be surprising that she’s spending a lot of … Continue reading

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Jennifer Wexton has 13 point lead in new Washington Post Poll

With only 12 days left until Election Day, the Schar School of Policy and Government at my alma mater (GMU) teamed up with the Washington Post to release a poll this morning for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. The results show … Continue reading

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Danica Roem on Good Morning Washington

As I mentioned in an earlier post, Delegate Danica Roem has been speaking out about the Trump Administration’s plans to erase the transgender community in the eyes of the federal government. This morning, she appeared on ABC 7’s Good Morning … Continue reading

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Jennifer Wexton the Clear Choice for Supporters of LGBT Equality

As voters head to the polls in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District head to the polls, there are a lot of important issues that will influence their votes. But as the Trump Administration has continually escalated its efforts to allow discrimination … Continue reading

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Danica Roem and Others React to Trump Administration’s Erasure of Transgender People

Delegate Danica Roem might have made history by becoming the first openly transgender person elected to a state legislature, but people here in Virginia know she’s more likely to talk to you about transportation issues than her gender identity. Her … Continue reading

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Trump Administration Planning to Change Regulations in Attempt to Allow Discrimination Against Transgender Community

I spent the last few days down in Richmond, in large part to attend a summit sponsored by Equality Virginia that focused on issues facing the transgender community. While it was clear there’s a lot of work to do to … Continue reading

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Pride Fund Releases Ad Targeting Scott Taylor

With the midterm elections less than three weeks away, there’s a lot of attention being given to a few races here in Virginia by national organizations like the Pride Fund to End Gun Violence. For those who don’t know, the … Continue reading

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