Category Archives: Political Parties

VOTER GUIDES AND UPDATED CANDIDATE SURVEYS

We have started distributing our voter guides to help the Republican and Democratic Parties select their nominees. Our goal is to get the candidates on the record with respect to issues that affect the family. Thus far we have had … Continue reading

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CONTESTED RACES IN THE PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE’S PARTY CANVAS

As this post observed, HOW WILL REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS SELECT THEIR CANDIDATES THIS YEAR? — PART 2, the Prince William County Republican Committee will hold a firehouse primary (a party canvas) on May 4th to select its nominees for the Board … Continue reading

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HOW WILL REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS SELECT THEIR CANDIDATES THIS YEAR? — PART 2

How will Republicans in Prince William County nominate their candidates this year? Page five of the Republican Party of Virginia’s Handbook for Mass Meetings, Conventions and Party Canvasses defines four different methods for nominating candidates for public office. Here is … Continue reading

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THOMAS SOWELL ON WHO SHUT DOWN THE GOVERNMENT

Just in case you missed it. Here is straightforward explanation of Who Shut Down the Government? by Thomas Sowell. Even when it comes to something as basic, and apparently as simple and straightforward, as the question of who shut down the federal government, … Continue reading

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VIRGINIA SUFFERS THE MOST FROM THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN? WHY?

According to USA Today (Top 10 states hurt by the government shutdown), if you want to see the greatest suffering caused by the government shutdown, Virginia is the place to go. 1. Virginia Virginia is considered to be the state most … Continue reading

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