Coles District Debate April 11!, in conjunction with the Coles District Civic Association and Dar al Noor Mosque, will host a pair of debates between the Republican candidates for Chairman and for Coles District Supervisor on Saturday, April 11th.  The debates are scheduled to begin at 5:30 PM, and each debate will run for approximately one hour.  The event will take place at Dar al Noor Mosque, located at 5404 Hoadly Rd, Manassas, VA, and will be moderated by publisher Uriah Kiser, who recently moderated a similar forum for candidates in the Brentsville Supervisor race.

I look forward to this opportunity to share our positive message about Prince William County with the voters of the Coles District in anticipation of the Republican Firehouse Primary to be held just two weeks after the debate on Saturday, April 25th from 10am to 3pm at the Coles District Fire Station on Dumfries Road.

I hope that you can attend.  I look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you to all who attended


Last evening, Kris and I were honored to host Congressman Rob Wittman in our home. We were joined by Chairman Corey Stewart, Supervisor Jeanine Lawson, Mayor Hal Parrish, and School Board Member Betty Covington in welcoming Rob to Prince William County for this event. Rob has done a great job representing PWC in Congress, and I am proud to call him a friend.


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Please Join Me in Supporting Congressman Rob Wittman


I am honored to be hosting a fundraiser for Congressman Rob Wittman in my home this Thursday evening, March 26th.  It is my sincere hope that you will join me in supporting his reelection campaign to the United States House of Representatives.  I’ve known Congressman Wittman for many years and am happy to be able to count him as a friend, but, even more so, I am proud to have him as my Congressman.

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Wednesday, March 18 – Town Hall Meeting

On Wednesday, March 18, I will be hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the many transportation improvement projects that are being considered for funding by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. The meeting will be at the Historic Manassas Courthouse and will include an informational open house, a presentation about the proposed project list, and an opportunity for community questions. There are nine different projects being considered for Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park from a list of 52 proposals throughout Northern Virginia. It is important that citizens help communicate to the Authority which projects are our top priorities, so I hope that you can join us. I am particularly excited about the opportunity to fund the long-awaited Route 28 corridor study. This project will be the first step towards providing much needed congestion relief on Centreville Road in the Yorkshire community, but has been delayed several times due to funding issues and cumbersome regulations. It is very important that we get this project funded, and more information is available in the newsletter.