It would be wrong to say that the majority of Republicans are racist. But, it is fair to say that racists have comfortably nested in the GOP for quite some time.
Most Fairfax County voters know that, in Virginia, we have elections every year, just like clockwork.
Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities” famous opening line: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” could be a mantra for both the outgoing year of 2008 and the incoming 2009.
F.C. Dem Chair Thanks City Voters Editor, I would like to take a moment to express my deep gratitude to all in Falls Church who came to the polls on November 4th and also to all those that cast absentee ballots.
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.
Says Story on ‘The Family’ ‘Crossed the Line’ Editor, Regarding your Falls Church News-Press front page item, dated Oct. 30, I am on record as your personal friend and longstanding booster of your newspaper–one of the primary community development elements we enjoy in Falls Church.
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.
F.C.’s Abbey Qualifies for Olympic Trials Falls Church physical trainer Tom Abbey has been accepted into the field of athletes for the 2008 USA skeleton team trials in preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
The political flap of the week has gurgled up from the Arlington Civic Federation thanks to arch-Republican John Antonelli. Mr. Antonelli has proposed that the Civic Federation consider telling the Arlington Democratic Party to broaden greatly citizen participation in its endorsement/nomination process by dropping the requirement that voters sign a […]