Last week, Virginians went to the polls to vote for their representatives in the statehouse. This year’s election was all about the local offices as well as all 140 seats in the General Assembly.
Tuesday night we saw the blue tide continue to rise, reaching a new tipping point.
Tuesday’s election results were awesome in Northern Virginia, and I am honored and humbled that Mason District voters chose me to serve for another term.
If you voted this week, you rightly presumed your ballot was secret. But a century in the future, who knows?
To City of Falls Church voters: Bravo! You chose the right course for the City’s future in Tuesday’s election, and the best is yet to come.
On Friday, Nov. 15, the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce will host Bright Lights in the Little City, a Community Celebration highlighting our local businesses
Every election seems to be touted as the “most important election” ever! Despite the hyperbole, the elections next Tuesday really are important for Northern Virginia.
It is hard to overstate how important Tuesday’s election is for voters in the City of Falls Church.
Locals are only joking (I think) when they speak of renaming Arlington as “Amazon County.”
Few things are more important than the air we breathe. And, we often take for granted our region’s relatively good air.