A huge thank you to all of our volunteers who called voters, canvassed voters, donated money and helped all our candidates up and down the ticket this election cycle! We would especially like to thank our Fighting4Fairfax organizer Henry Pratt, and campaign manager, Jeremy Cullimore.
We had a Democratic sweep in Hunter Mill and we congratulate all of our winning candidates below, including Hunter Mill members Sen. Janet Howell, Del. Ken Plum, Sheriff Stacey Kincaid, Hunter Mill Supervisor-Elect, Walter Alcorn, and Hunter Mill School Board Representative-Elect, Melanie Meren!
Finally, thank you to Supervisor Cathy Hudgins and to Hunter Mill School Board Representative Pat Hynes for their many years of service to Hunter Mill District, Fairfax County, and also for supporting the Hunter Mill Democrats.
Senate of Virginia
- Jennifer Boysko, 33rd District
- Barbara Favola, 31st District
- Janet Howell, 32nd District
- Chap Petersen, 34th District
Virginia House of Delegates
- Mark Keam, 35th District
- Kathleen Murphy, 34th District
- Ken Plum, 36th District
- Ibraheem Samirah, 86th District
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
- Jeff McKay- Chairman
- Walter Alcorn, Hunter Mill District Supervisor
Fairfax County School Board
- Melanie Meren- Hunter Mill District Representative
- Karen Keys-Gamarra- At-Large Member
- Abrar Omeish- At-Large Member
- Rachna Sizemore-Heizer- At-Large Member
Fairfax County Constitutional Officers
- Steve Descano- Commonwealth’s Attorney
- Stacey Kincaid- Sheriff
Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District
- Monica Billger- Director
- Chris Koerner- Director
- Jerry Peters- Director
By Karen Kirk:
After spending 34 days living in trees to block the Mountain Valley Pipeline from being built on their property in Roanoke County, Red Terry and her daughter Minor are taking their fight around Virginia this week. They were joined by Virginia Delegate Mark Keam, 35th District, Delegate Sam Rasoul, 11th District and attorney and activist Jonathan Sokolow at a briefing to the public in Fairfax County on Wednesday.
“Today we want you all to understand a major environmental crisis is happening and it is becoming more of a threat every single day and we want you to understand what you can do about it,” said Keam at the event at Northern Virginia Community College.
Read the rest at The Blue View.
Hunter Mill Democrats are proud to support FCDC Chair Dan Lagana’s statement opposing construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline through some of Virginia’s most pristine landscapes. Read Chairman Lagana’s full statement here.
Theresa “Red” Terry, and her daughter, Theresa Minor Terry, the courageous women who spent over 30 days camped out in a tree on their own property to protest the Pipeline, will be touring Virginia to raise awareness and stop the pipeline. They will be in Annandale and Sterling this Wednesday, May 9. Please come out, show your support and #StandWithRed:
Press Conference with Delegate Mark Keam, the Terrys, and other elected officials
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Northern Virginia Community College
Ernst Community Cultural Center
8333 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22003
Click here to read the press release
StandWithRed – Red & Minor Rally in NOVA!
Wednesday May 9th, 7:00 – 9:00pm
Twinpanzee Brewing Co
101 Executive Dr, Suite D, Sterling, Virginia 20166
Click here for the facebook event
By Brad Swanson:
In light of Earth Day on April 22, it is hard for me to enter the mind of a Congress member whose voting score on the environment is barely above zero – especially when her colleagues in neighboring districts have records close to 100%.
You know who I am talking about. The League of Conservation Voters, a fact-based, responsible environmental watchdog, tallies lifetime voting records of our Northern Virginia Congress members as follows:
Read the rest at The Blue View