Monthly Archives: June 2009

Tapping Doors in Oakton

While the big Unity Rally was occurring in Williamsburg, I was back home in NoVA today.  First, it was a lunch meeting with the Shouse Village Civic Association, where I joined Delegate Margy Vanderhye and Supervisor John Fourst to discuss … Continue reading

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Deeds Wins Historic Victory

Yesterday saw the historic triumph of Creigh Deeds, the barefoot lawyer from Bath County, who surged from “worst to first” to win the Democratic primary in an unexpected and unprecedented landslide. I’m in my law office this morning reviewing the State Board results.  … Continue reading

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Deeds NOVA Election Night Party at Firehouse Grill

Tomorrow, after the polls close, the Deeds folks in Northern Virgina will gather at the Firehouse Grill, 3988 University Drive in downtown Fairfax City to watch the results and have a beer.  Firehouse Grill is across the street from Old Town Hall.  It’s a … Continue reading

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Negative Attacks Miss the Point

It’s the weekend before the election date.  My experience is you hit your opponent hard the last few weeks (if you have to) but close on a positive for yourself.  Apparently not everyone agrees. This weekend I received a couple flyers attacking C. Deeds … Continue reading

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Vote for Deeds on June 9th

On June 9th, Democrats must choose the person best qualified to serve the Commonwealth as our next Governor.  I like and respect all three candidates but there is a clear choice:  Creigh Deeds. I’ve known Senator Deeds since my election to … Continue reading

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