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Special Election needed to fill vacancy on Prince William Board of County Supervisors

Michelle R. Robl, county attorney for Prince William Board of County Supervisors, says state law provides for a special election to fill the Neabsco District vacancy on the county board due to the death of Supervisor John Jenkins.

Federal employees going back to work; Sen. Mark Warner and others negotiate compromise

Sen. Mark Warner and a group of 15 senators from both parties took to the Senate floor Jan. 25 to call for a temporary reopening of the government to allow for a negotiation on a bipartisan border security bill. The President embraced this bargain in a Rose Garden press conference, and the Senate passed that agreement unanimously.

Two express interest in Republican nomination for Coles District Supervisor

Yesli Vega and Paul O'Meara recently told the Prince William Republican Committee that they will seek the GOP nomination for the Coles District Supervisor seat currently held by Martin Nohe, who plans to run for chairman at-large of the Board of County Supervisors. Supervisor and board chairman elections will be held in November, 2019.

PWC Human Rights Commission to hold town hall meeting at Colgan HS on Dec. 10

Prince William County Human Rights Commission will be "Celebrating Our Diversity in a Time of Adversity" at a town-hall-style meeting on Dec. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m.at Colgan High School where county leaders will discuss the rights and the protection of the people in the county, especially in times of adversity

Manassas councilman Ian Lovejoy to announce candidacy today for Va. House of Delegates

Two-term Manassas City Councilman Ian Lovejoy says he will announce his campaign for Virginia’s 50th House of Delegates District today, Nov. 17, at a gathering of friends and supporters at his home.

Rural Crescent forum at PW Committee of 100 on Nov. 15 at Bristow Manor

Prince William Committee of 100 will host a free discussion about the Rural Crescent, in effect now for 20 years, on Thursday, Nov. 15, at Bristow Manor, 11507 Valley View Drive, Bristow VA 20136. An optional social hour and dinner will precede the panel discussion.

Wittman and Williams to debate at Univ. of Mary Washington Oct. 22

The University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg will host a 1st Congressional District Debate on Monday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. in George Washington Hall’s Dodd Auditorium. U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman, a Republican, and Democratic challenger Vangie Williams will face off for the first time.

Ann Wheeler announces bid for Chairman of Prince William County Board of Supervisors

Citing overcrowded schools, too much traffic and missed opportunities, Ann Wheeler of Haymarket, immediate past president of the Prince William Committee of 100 and a former chairman of the Prince William Board of Social Services, says she will bring vision, leadership, integrity and inclusivity to her race for Chairman of Prince William County Board of Supervisors.

Sen. Tim Kaine explains why he opposes Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination to US Supreme Court

U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) released the following statement Sept. 7 on his decision to vote against the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. He said, "“I acknowledge that Judge Kavanaugh is a hard-working public servant who has won the admiration of many...in these troubling times, I fear his confirmation to the Supreme Court would compromise judicial independence and threaten critical precedents.”

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