I am glad to see that the Board of Supervisors passed the budget and fully funded our schools for 2016 FY! While this is a step in the right direction, I was disappointed to watch our current Supervisor vote against fully funding the schools. When I am elected as Sterling’s next Supervisor, I will not stop fighting until fully funding our schools is no longer an annual debate! We also need to go further to make sure our schools have Full Day Kindergarten for all families here in Loudoun. #PutKidsFirst
Press Release from the Loudoun County Democratic Committee :
I applaud those who stood up and spoke against this rezoning! We all need to pay attention to what's going in our county. Please note who was in favor of this rezoning application.
The full article about the vote on the rezoning project can be found here.
Thank you to everyone who came to our Campaign Kickoff last weekend! I wanted to especially thank Justin E. Fairfax for being our special guest! We would not be able to run this campaign without everyone's support! Feel free to check out pictures from the event at on our Facebook page by clicking here.
If you want to learn more about the campaign, donate, or volunteer, please check out our website at koranforsterling.com.
Join Koran Saines and special guest Justin E. Fairfax in kicking off his campaign for Sterling Supervisor on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors! Come out to the Jukebox Diner to support a local business and meet the candidate!
Click link to attend! http://on.fb.me/1DqmxtO
Koran is dedicated to speaking to 10,000 Sterling Residents by Election Day, but to do this we're gonna need help. Lots of help. So every Saturday from now until Election Day we're meeting at Koran's house to get it done from the first door to the last! Come out & join us, be a part of the movement and let's get's give Sterling a better supervisor!
Several members of the Loudoun Water Board of Directors, who last month had their salaries doubled by the Loudoun Board of Supervisors, have donated thousands of dollars to the political campaigns of supervisors in recent years.
The water provider board is composed of appointees by the Board of Supervisors.
RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) said he would veto a bill barring undocumented immigrant students from receiving in-state tuition at state universities, which passed a Senate committee Thursday.
Koran T. Saines, a human resources manager and Loudoun County election official, said Friday afternoon that he will seek the Democratic nomination for the Sterling District seat on the Board of Supervisors.
The 33-year-old said he’s running because he wants to see Sterling “reach its full potential.”
Democrat Kathleen Murphy was elected Tuesday to represent Virginia's 34th district.
Murphy defeated Republican Craig Parisot in a special election to replace Del. Barbara Comstock (R), who was elected to U.S. Congress last November.
“By electing Kathleen Murphy today, the people of the 34th House of Delegates district sent a strong, clear message to Richmond that they are ready to keep Virginia moving forward,” Democratic Leader David Toscano said in a news release.