Were the name of one of the Falls Church city schools to be changed, and we’re not suggesting anything one way or another at this point, we couldn’t think of a better replacement than the name of our recently deceased national champion, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Join me on a ride through Arlington’s craziest streets.
Early voting in Fairfax County started strong last week, and gained national media attention for the long lines and, on Saturday, a demonstration by Trump supporters that elicited police intervention.
“In the blink of an eye, our world has turned upside down, and we have felt the impacts in so many areas of our lives.”
Even though voting is already beginning, we’ll be looking in the coming weeks to see which candidate emerges best suited to drive this new policy direction home either as a member of the current Council, or by drawing more support behind them to achieve it in the next.
Number one question these days is “how do I vote?” Not “should I vote” or “who ya gonna vote for,” but “how and where” can I vote?
The coming November ballot referendum on state redistricting reform has exposed tensions among Arlington’s majority Democrats.
With voting in the 2020 election beginning as early as this Friday, Sept. 18, I need to use this week’s column to redouble my efforts to encourage everyone to VOTE NO on Amendment #1 to the Virginia Constitution that appears on the ballot.
“Just get creative and enjoy the process while supporting the Foundation that supports our community and public schools.”
Insight Properties unveiled a first experiment in what promises to be an exploding trend in the Post-Covid-19 world, accommodating to what will undoubtedly become a massive work-from-home movement.