Jacqueline Smith Wins April 18, 2017 Special Election for Clerk of the Prince William County Circuit Court!
Congratulations to Democrat Jacqueline Smith for winning the April 18, 2017 special election for the vacant Clerk of the Prince William County Circuit Court position against Republican state delegate Jackson Miller (HD-50). With 100 percent of the vote counted, Jacqueline Smith has out polled Jackson Miller by nearly 54% to 46%, winning 2,031 more votes out of the 25,785 votes cast. Candidate Total (Percent ) Jacqueline C. Smith …Read more...
Tags:Clerk of the Court , Elections , Jackson Miller , Jacqueline C. Smith , Manassas , Manassas Park
Clerk of the Court Candidates Debate, Tuesday, April 4, 7 – 9:30 PM
A second debate between attorney Jacqueline Smith (D) and Delegate Jackson Miller (R-50th)–the two candidates running in the April 18th special election for the Clerk of the Prince William County Circuit Court–is set for Tuesday, April 4, from 7:00 to 9:30 PM, at the Dar Al-Noor Islamic Center, 5404 Hoadly Road, Manassas VA 20112. The doors will open at 6:30 PM. The debate is sponsored by the Muslim Association of…Read more...
Tags:Candidates' Debate or Forum , Jackson Miller , Jacqueline Smith
Clerk of the Court Candidates Forum, Tuesday, March 21, 7 PM, in Manassas
The Prince William Unit of the NAACP is organizing a candidate forum for the two candidates competing in the April 18 special election for the now-vacant Clerk of the Prince William County Circuit Court position. The forum will be held on Tuesday, March 21, 7:00 pm at First AME Church, 10313 South Grant Ave, Manassas VA 20110. The NAACP forum will focus on the criminal-justice and economic challenges facing the…Read more...
Tags:Candidate Forum , Clerk of the Court , Jackson Miller , Jacqueline Smith , Manassas
Delegate Jackson Miller Votes to Kill Non-Partisan Redistricting Bills
On Monday, January 30, Delegate Jackson Miller (R, HD-50, Manassas)–one of seven members of the Constitutional Subcommittee of the House Privileges and Elections Committee–voted to kill each of six bills proposing constitutional amendments to require non-partisan Virginia redistricting, starting in 2021, the year after the next U.S. Census. The proposed constitutional amendments could have only become effective if the same legislation were passed by both houses of the Virginia General…Read more...
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Governor Vetoes Jackson Miller’s Anti-Living Wage Bill
Governor McAuliffe has vetoed HB 1371, Delegate Jackson Miller’s (R-50th) bill that would have prohibited Virginia localities from requiring contractors that perform services for the locality to provide their employees “with a wage or employment benefit that exceeds the requirements of state or federal law.” As the Governor’s statement explains, [a] number of localities have enacted wage policies designed to allow the employees of contractors performing services for those localities…Read more...
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Jackson Miller is pro-gun violence
The ex-cop/real estate agent Jackson Miller is pro-gun violence. He is opposed and has voted as such for any kind of background checks, restrictions on gun purchases and open records for concealed gun carriers. And here’s the clincher: He voted in favor of voting gun ownership to felons. But in another piece of irony, he voted against restoration of voting rights to felons who serve their sentences. Jackson Miller is…Read more...