Governor Tim Kaine (front, left) spoke at a fundraiser for Virginia Delegatge Jim Scott (front, right) last week. It is beginning to dawn on Virginia Republicans that the vote by their colleagues in the House of Delegates to kill an initiative to extend unemployment benefits was a huge blunder that […]
After a two-and-a-half hours of a public hearing, questions and comments, at City Hall tonight, Falls Church City Council members left with no clear final consensus on how they will vote when finally adopting the FY10 budget this coming Monday.
Last Saturday, we went to a luncheon at Arlington’s venerable Alpine Restaurant on Lee Highway to celebrate Vivian Kallen’s eightieth birthday.
Last week’s historic Inauguration of our 44th president, Barack Obama, was an electrifying experience for almost anyone involved.
Site Plan Nixed, 174 Affordable Units May Fail A stunning denial of site plan approval for the City of Falls Church’s most ambitious affordable housing project was voted by the City’s Planning Commission Monday night.
No Summary of Who I Selected on Voting Machine Editor, November 4 brought the long awaited day to vote, lines, but alas the voting machine came into view.
Warner, Moran, Connolly Rout GOP Rivals President-elect Barack Obama’s epochal victory Tuesday included carrying Virginia for a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time since 1964.
More than 5,000 Fairfax County voters exercised their privilege to cast ballots at the Mason District Governmental Center during the 16 days of in-person absentee voting that concluded on Saturday.
It’s almost over – hundreds of political commercials on the airwaves, “robo” call messages on answering machines, mass mailings from candidates and campaigns, op-ed columns with your morning coffee – but what has been called “the most important presidential election in several decades” won’t be complete without your vote.
Flaw in F.C. Voting Machines Detected Former Falls Church City Treasurer H. Robert Morrison reported to the News-Press Tuesday that when he went to vote absentee for the Nov. 4 presidential election this week, he discovered what he called “a serious flaw” that apparently exists on all the City’s voting […]