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Mount Vernon: Chamber Honors Police, Fire Personnel

Mount Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce hosted its Police and Firefighters Tribute on Thursday, Oct. 23 at the Springfield Hilton. The community gathered to honor 20 members of the local police and fire departments.

Week in Fairfax

Del. David Bulova (D-37) called on his opponent Sang Yi to retract a series of campaign claims against him.

Keep GMU Blue Rally

On Monday, November 2 from 4-5:30pm, the George Mason Democrats will be hosting the #KeepGMUBlue Rally at North Plaza on the Fairfax Campus of George Mason University.

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Every Vote Matters in District 86, Herndon

Republicans pour nearly half a million dollars into the race.

In the last week before Election Day, Danny Vargas (R) got one more huge infusion of cash from Virginia Republicans.

Herndon: Who’s the Leader? Who’s Politicking?

Foust runs on his record; Chronis says new leader is needed for Dranesville Supervisor.

Supervisor John W. Foust mentioned numerous endorsements he has already received and highlighted achievements he has made with the community.

Gun Control Compromise

31st Senate District candidates unite behind gun control legislation, at least conceptually.

While Republicans and Democrats disagree on virtually everything, gun control still stands out above the rest as one of the more divisive issues.

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Murphy vs. Parisot, Double Sequel

34th District has history of close elections.

The 34th-District House of Delegates race between Kathleen Murphy (D) and Craig Parisot (R) is a rematch of the special election triggered last November when Barbara Comstock (R) was elected to the U.S. Congress.

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One-Woman Show in the Race for District 31 Senate?

Barbara Favola seeks reelection to Virginia State Senate.

For the second time in a month, Sen. Barbara Favola (D-31) debated by herself.

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Who’s the Leader? Who’s Politicking?

Foust runs on his record; Chronis says new leader is needed for Dranesville Supervisor.

Supervisor John W. Foust mentioned numerous endorsements he has already received and highlighted achievements he has made with the McLean community.

Arlington Brief: Board Approves Redevelopment Plan

The Arlington County Board approved a plan on Oct. 20 to redevelop the Red Top Cab property in Clarendon with three residential buildings and ground-level retail, along with changes in block structure/road network and improvements to the intersection of Washington Boulevard and 13th Street North.

School Board–Alexandria District C: Ramee Gentry

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Alexandria: ‘The Math Doesn’t Add Up’

Fights over debt and development heats up in final council debate.

The light at the end of the campaign tunnel is within sight. Alexandria’s City Council candidates fought their last debate of the campaign season on Oct. 14 at the Nannie J. Lee Recreation Center hosted by the Old Town North Civic Association.

City of Fairfax Approves Future Pay Raises for Mayor, Council

‘It’s Simply a Matter of Equity’

Everyone likes getting a raise, but the City of Fairfax’s hard-working mayor and City Council members haven’t received one since 1982 – some 33 years ago. So on Sept. 29, they approved a pay hike for the governing body that will succeed them in the May 2016 election.

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Kathy Smith: “A Proven Record of Leadership.”

Candidates Pursue Sully District Supervisor Seat

After serving nearly 13 years on Fairfax County’s School Board, Democrat Kathy Smith is vying for Sully District supervisor. And she and many others believe she’s the best person for the job.

Arlington Politics: Public Officials Support Cristol

Twenty elected officials, comprising all of Arlington’s School Board, Constitutional Officers and Richmond delegation, and the majority of the County Board, endorsed Katie Cristol’s campaign for Arlington County Board.