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...
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Manassas & Manassas Park City Councils Campaign Fundraiser, Saturday, September 15, 4-7 PM
Manassas City Council & Manassas Park City Council Campaign Fundraiser for Michelle Davis-Younger, Ken Elston & Rex Parr for Manassas City Council and Haseeb Javed & Alanna Mensing for Manassas Park City Council Meet the candidates and enjoy a downhome barbeque feast Saturday, September 15, 2018, from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM 9305 Robson Drive, Manassas, VA 20110 This is a ticketed event, and donation levels include: Champion: $500.00 Sponsor:…Read more...
Michelle Davis-Younger for Manassas City Council Campaign Launch, Saturday, August 11, 4-6 PM
Join Michelle Davis-Younger as she officially launches her campaign for Manassas City Council on Saturday, August 11, 2018, 4-6 pm, at 9429 Flowerden lane, Manassas, VA 20110. Please RSVP at http://michelle4manassas.rsvpify.com . Michelle is running for city council to strengthen our local economy, invest in better recreational opportunities (including a state-of-the-art community center), and ensure that every Manassas City Public Schools student receives a world-class education. To win her election,…Read more...
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2018 Manassas Community Conversations and Comprehensive Plan Update
Content derived from http://manassascity.org/2431/Comprehensive-Plan-Update Using an 18-month process, the City of Manassas will update its Comprehensive Plan–the City’s key policy document for land use, development, preservation and related economic and social issues. As part of that update, the City will also develop its first Transportation Master Plan to guide future transportation investments and improve mobility in the City. This is an exciting time for City residents as the Manassas community…Read more...
Manassas City Council Nominating Caucus Results
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2018 Democrats Announce Results of Nominating Caucus for City of Manassas City Council Manassas VA—Manassas and Manassas Park Cities Democratic Committee held an unassembled caucus today to determine the three Democratic nominees for Manassas City Council election in November. 138 voters came out to vote for up to three of the four candidates – E. Michelle Davis-Younger, Ken D. Elston, Rex G. Parr Jr and Dr….Read more...
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Nominating Caucus for Manassas City Council, Saturday June 9, 10:15-11:45 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 2, 2018 Democrats Announce Nominating Caucus for City of Manassas City Council Manassas VA—The Manassas & Manassas Park Cities Democratic Committee (MMPCDC) will hold an unassembled party caucus to select three Democratic nominees for City of Manassas City Council in the November 6, 2018 General Election. The unassembled caucus, also known as a “firehouse primary”, will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2018, from 10:15 to…Read more...
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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...
Manassas City Council to Honor LGBTQ History, June 19
On Monday, June 19, 2017 at 7:15 pm, the Manassas City Council will issue an official proclamation recognizing June as LGBTQ History Month and honoring LGBTQ members of the community. This is the first recognition of its kind in the City’s history, made possible by the leadership changes in recent City Council elections. Anyone who supports such causes is welcome and encouraged to help fill the City Council Chambers at…Read more...
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MMPCDC Adopts Resolution to Preserve PRTC’s Manassas Omnilink Bus Service
RESOLUTION OF THE MANASSAS AND MANASSAS PARK CITIES DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE FOR THE PRESERVATION OF MANASSAS OMNILINK BUS SERVICE Whereas half of all Manassas Omnilink trips, according to PRTC data, are commutes to work; whereas bus transit benefits and attracts the businesses that employ these bus commuters by helping to ensure a stable, reliable work force; whereas the Omnilink service brings more customers to our local businesses; and whereas many jobs…Read more...
New Voting Precinct and Precinct Boundary Changes Coming to the City of Manassas
Beginning in 2017, the City of Manassas will have a sixth voting precinct, with its polling place at George C Round Elementary School at 10100 Hastings Drive. At the same time, the boundaries of the City’s five other voting precincts are being adjusted, to better balance the number of registered voters within each precinct. These changes are prompted by continued residential development and population growth within the City and the…Read more...
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