Manassas Democrats Endorse Incumbent Manassas City School Board Members for November Election
The Manassas & Manassas Park Cities Democratic Committee (MMPCDC) voted unanimously on August 17 to endorse incumbent Manassas City School Board candidates Jill Spall, Lisa Stevens, and Alex Iqbal for the November 8, 2022 General Election. Lisa Stevens, first elected to the school board in 2019, is a special education teacher and parent of three Osbourn High School graduates and one current Manassas City Public Schools (MCPS) student. Jill Spall…Read more...
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Support Our Candidates in the November 5, 2019 Elections
View our Democratic Sample Ballot for the City of Manassas View the Official Sample Ballot for the City of Manassas View our Democratic Sample Ballot for the City of Manassas Park View the Official Sample Ballot for the City of Manassas Park For State Senate (SD-29): Senator Jeremy McPike (incumbent) State Senator Jeremy McPike is a Prince William County native, the Director of General Services for the City of Alexandria,…Read more...
Tags:Amy Ashworth , Danica Roem , Jeremy McPike , Josh King , Lee Carter , Lisa Anne Stevens , Ralph Smith
Democrats Win 9 out of 10 Manassas and Manassas Park Elections in 2018!
November 6, 2018 was another banner day for Manassas and Manassas Park Democrats, as 6 of our 7 Democratic nominees and all 3 of our endorsed candidates for the Manassas School Board won their elections to public office. At the top of the ticket statewide, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D) handily won re-election against his Republican opponent, Prince William Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart. Moreover, Kaine’s vote shares…Read more...
Tags:Alanna Mensing , Congress , Elections , Haseeb Javed , Jennifer Wexton , Ken Elston , Ken Nixon , Manassas City Council , Manassas Park City Council , Manassas School Board , Michelle Davis-Younger , Rex Parr , Sanford Williams , Tim Demeria , Tim Kaine , U.S. Senate
Equality Virginia’s PWC Proud Events, June 17, 19, and 21
Equality Virginia has scheduled three events in Manassas and Prince William County between June 17 and 21. All LGBT residents and allies are encouraged to participate. On Saturday, June 17, Equality Means Business will recognize and celebrate LGBT-friendly businesses in downtown Manassas, starting at Bad Wolf Public House, 9406 Battle St, Manassas at 11:00 am. On Monday, June 19, help fill the Manassas City Council Chambers at 7:15 pm, when…Read more...
Georgetown South Candidates’ Forum, October 6
The Georgetown South Community Council will hold a forum for the 2016 Manassas City candidates for City Council, School Board, and City Treasurer on Thursday, October 6, from 6:30-9:00 pm at the Georgetown South Community Center, 9444 Taney Rd, Manassas.. Please attend to support our excellent Democratic candidates.Read more...
Manassas School Board Appointment Opportunity
As announced on its website, the City of Manassas School Board will appoint a Manassas resident to fill a vacated School Board seat for the balance of 2016. If you’d like to serve a brief appointed term on the School Board, follow the instructions below. ==== http://www.mcpsva.org/pages/Manassas_City_Public_Schools/News/School_Board_Vacancy_Appointme School Board Vacancy Appointment Process Letters of interest and resumes due by 5 pm June 28, 2016 June 16, 2016…The School Board of…Read more...
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