Tag Archives: League of Women Voters

Closing Statements at LWV Forum Show Stark Contrast Between Eric Anthony Jones and Dalia Palchik

While there’s not always ground breaking news at debates, they do provide voters with a good opportunity to hear from candidates and can give a glimpse into what separates the candidates. Last week’s League of Women Voters forum for the … Continue reading

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Video: Del. Ken Plum Reminds Folks of What’s at Stake This Year

Delegate Ken Plum was first elected to the House of Delegates back in 1978 and hasn’t faced an opponent in the last few elections, but he’s still out listening to what folks have to say and giving them an update … Continue reading

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School Board Candidate Andi Bayer Says LGBT Students are “Loudest Special Interest Group” and “We Should Stop Wasting Our Time” on Equality

I’m still working on several more posts that will provide in depth analysis and recordings of last night’s League of Women Voters forums for the Providence district, but I wanted to draw attention to the answers the school board candidates … Continue reading

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Video: Melanie Meren Speaks at LWV Forum

As I mentioned in a post yesterday, the League of Women Voters have been holding a series of forums all across Fairfax County and yesterday was the one for the Hunter Mill District. The Republicans couldn’t find a candidate who … Continue reading

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Video: Walter Alcorn Speaks at LWV Forum in Reston

The League of Women Voters have been holding a series of forums for the various candidates running for office in Fairfax County. These have been extremely well attended and usually have overflow crowds in attends. With that in mind, they … Continue reading

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Clear Differences Emerge Between Candidates in Sully District Forum

Srilekha Palle and Supervisor Kathy Smith came together for a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters last night at the Sully District Government Center. When candidates are limited to two minute opening statements and 90 second answers to … Continue reading

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