Tag Archives: Loudoun County

Washington Post Endorses Dan Helmer and John Bell

With four days until the election, the Washington Post has weighed in on several of the crucial General Assembly races here in Northern Virginia. After calling out the “vitriolic” and “poisonous tone” resulting from the Republicans taking “a page from … Continue reading

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Video: Phyllis Randall Talks Community Support and Blocking Trump Style Politics

One of my major complaints during this year’s election cycle has been the constant attacks and misinformation campaigns many Republicans have been using during forums and on the campaign trail in a desperate attempt to divide our community. We’ve seen … Continue reading

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Dave LaRock and Others Continue Campaign Against LGBT Equality

As a member of Equality Loudoun’s steering committee, I was involved with getting the Loudoun County School Board to add gender identity and sexual orientation to its non-discrimination policy. It was an uphill battle where we frequently saw right wing … Continue reading

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In Depth Breakdown of Jennifer Boysko’s Victory

With Jennifer Wexton now in the House of Representatives, there was a special election to fill her old seat in the state senate. Most political analysts would say it’s a “safe Democrat” one, but you never know what can happen … Continue reading

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Sen. Dick Black to Retire At End of Term

In a tweet sent out yesterday morning, Sen. Dick Black (R-13) confirmed that he will not be seeking reelection this year and will retire at the end of his term. Black is perhaps most well known on the national level … Continue reading

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