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"Peas in a Pod" Attempts to Link Comstock to Marshall in District 10 Race. Democrats say both "far outside the mainstream" with new website.
Kathy Keith March 17, 2014 at 04:59 pm
If it is not an article, then it must be an ad. It is not a typical post and you show your bias.
Walter Hadlock March 18, 2014 at 07:48 am
Finally, an actual response from Greg Hambrick the listed editor of Herndon Patch. I just hope he isRead More working on items about the various candidates for Herndon's upcoming town election as he for a congressional race that does not directly effect Herndon residents. The only direct effect would be if our current Fairfax County Supervisor, John Foust, would win the nomination and then the election in November. Then a new supervisor for the Dranesville District would need electing.
Kathy Keith March 18, 2014 at 10:01 am
Walter, Some Herndon zips are in the 10th.
"Wolf Pack," ex-staffers for Frank Wolf, back Comstock in bid for 10th District seat.
J. Jay Volkert January 23, 2014 at 01:44 pm
Wolf's staff endorses Comstock. Not much of a surprise. Do we want a Wolf pack leading us forRead More another 30 plus years or turn the page to new leadership for the future of Northern Virginia? I say let's seek a leader like John Foust who has a great reputation for constituent service as well as a vision for a dynamic Tyson's Corner along with balanced development and transportation investments.
Absentee voting has begun for 33rd State Senate seat election in Virginia.
Mark Gunderman January 4, 2014 at 09:48 am
Joe May is an electrical engineer, inventor and politician. May holds over twenty patents in theRead More fields of electrical and electronic engineering. Between 1994 and 2014, he served in the Virginia House of delegates, representing the 33rd district. May is a self described moderate. During his time in the House of Delegates, May was co-chair of the Science and Technology committee from 1998–2001 and chair from 2002–2007. Since 2008, he has been chair of the committee on Transportation. Awards: Virginia's Outstanding Industrialist of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award, 1996 Northern Virginia Technology Council, Tech Tenure Award, 1999 Governor's Legislative Leadership Award, 2000 Virginia Transit Legislator of the Year, 2000 Greater Washington Area "Engineer of the Year" Award, 2001 Virginia Biotechnology Association, Legislator of the Year, 2001 Virginia Biotechnology Association, Legislator of the Year (2001) Government Technology Magazine, In the Arena Award (2003) Civil War Preservation Trust, State Leadership Award (2007) Virginia Tech Academy of Engineering Excellence (2009)
Reader explains support for Joe May in 33rd Virginia Senate race.
Rob Whitfield December 23, 2013 at 05:19 pm
Delegate Joe May has failed to address the fundamental problem facing drivers from Loudoun CountyRead More and western Fairfax County - the colossal Dulles Rail financial disaster - and the projected $17 billion in tolls to pay for a project that has never been shown to be even remotely financially feasible. May, in his role as Chairman of the Joint Commission on Transportation Accountability, failed to establish and conduct an oversight investigation into the financial structure and decisions by those in charge at MWAA and state agencies of one of the largest transportation construction projects in Virginia history. MWAA and the Federal Transit Administration have negotiated in secret for over two years a proposed TIFIA loan guarantee for which the net impact on toll rates has never been divulged. Then there was Joe's plan to create a Dulles Greenway Authority in 2013 for which no fiscal impact to Virginia taxpayers was provided. The rest of the House Transportation Committee realized that this would have been another blank check deal to the detriment of taxpayers.
Richard Hardin December 24, 2013 at 07:38 am
One challenge Mr May faces is the growing recognition that in today's hyper-partisan environment theRead More most important question for a candidate is "Where will you caucus?" I vote for the liberal leaning Mr May is actually a vote for Tea Party control of the legislature and an endorsement of the ALEC agenda against the interests of the individual.
Olpe Murphy December 24, 2013 at 12:58 pm
Vote for the Democrat! More Hate! Higher Taxes! More AIDS! More Laws!
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