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Kim JaramilloKim Jaramillo

Senior:  major in Government and International Politics and minor in Data Analysis, George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government
Hub Coordinator: Elections onAir

My internship with the Virginia Elections Hub is to progress my interest in public participation and policy and to contribute to the research and curation of reports.

I am highly organized, detail-oriented, personable, and responsible. I have acquired skills in group facilitation, time management, logical thinking and conflict resolution. I am adaptable, quick to pick up new skills and eager to learn more from my peers. 

Through my hands-on experiences, I am proficient at maintaining and promoting customer service by greeting and serving visitors and guests in a courteous and efficient manner, both in person and on the phone. I have also developed a friendly, outgoing, and guest service demeanor through my experiences in sales.

Location: Fairfax City, VA
Emailkimjaramillo6@gmail.com

Nick SoteriouNick Soteriou 2

Senior: Government and International Politics major with a double minor of International and Comparative Politics, and Sociology
Treasurer: Schar Undergraduate Student Organization (SUSO)
OnAir Chapter Coordinator and Curator: Virginia Elections Hub

As far back as I can remember I have always been interested in government at all levels, from the local level to the federal level. So much so that I have considered a career in field of government since childhood. In addition to this, over the past couple of years I have become increasingly interested in the role of elections and electoral policy, and how it shapes the government of the United States. As such, I believe that I have the necessary background knowledge and drive to actively participate in this internship, and both contribute to and get as much out of it as possible.

Emailnsoterio@masonlive.gmu.edu
Location:  Springfield, VA

State Delegate - Vivian E. Watts
State Senator - George L. Barker
US Congress - Don Beyer

Sarah BeaversSarah Beavers, GMU

Senior: Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University
Aircasting Coordinator: Virginia Elections Hub

Teddy PorterTeddy Porter

Senior: George Mason University majoring in Government and International Politics, minoring in International Security and Chinese
Curator: Virginia Elections Hub, 10th Congressional District

I have always been interested in the domestic politics especially the upcoming midterm elections. I believe that the right to vote is the most important form of expression as a citizen to this country. Through working Election OnAir I hope to broaden my knowledge on my states politics.

Email: teddy@onair.cc
Location: Springfield, VA

Grace D’AmicoGrace D'Amico 3

Content Coordinator:  Virginia Elections Hub and Elections onAir

Email: grace@onair.cc

I am responsible for overseeing the content in the posts on candidates and their districts. For the next month or so, I will be curating the content for Districts 1, 8, 10, and 11. I will also be starting profile posts on Virginia state senators and delegates.

Zach VillegasZach Villegas

Senior: Virginia Commonwealth University with a double major in Homeland Security and Criminal Justice
Lead Curator: Virginia Elections Hub and Curator 4th Congressional District

My name is Zachery Villegas and I am student at Virginia Commonwealth University set to graduate a semester early this December. I am double majoring in Homeland Security and Criminal Justice, but have had many experiences in public policy that have sparked my interest in government and politics.

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Email: zach@onair.cc
Location: Richmond, Va.

Representatives:
State Delegate - Jeffrey M. Bourne
State Senator - Glen H. Sturtevant Jr.
US Congressman - Donald McEachin

Jane CurranJane Curran 1

Sophomore: Political Science Major and Communications Minor at Virginia Tech
Curator: Virginia Elections Hub

Politics has always been a passion of mine which has been enhanced with my early major related classes. In today’s digital society there are numerous outlets to learn about the election process. However, many of these outlets are driven by profit or political gain.

Elections onAir provides a valuable non-biased forum for Virginia citizens and I look forward in assisting the organization with my proficiency in social media, interpersonal communication skills and passion for politics.

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Email: janecur@vt.edu
Location:  Blacksburg, VA

State Delegate - Chris Hurst
State Senator - John Edwards
US CongressMorgan Griffith

Maria LiberiMaria Liberi with Virginia State Senator Richard Black.PNG

Sophomore: Political Science Major at Virginia Tech
Curator: Virginia Elections Hub

I am currently a student at Virginia Tech studying political science with a concentration in National Security and Foreign Affairs. I am intrigued by politics multi-dimensions and want to enhance my knowledge of local, state, and federal government.  I am also seeking to challenge myself to network and apply my education in the professional world.

Receiving the opportunity to work for Elections onAir serves as the perfect vehicle to aid my passionate pursuit of Virginia politics. I am thrilled at to be able help the non-profit organization achieve their goals of engaging the Commonwealth of Virginia's constituency to learn, discuss and vote.

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GMU onAirMason onAir

GMU onAir's mission is to improve communication between governmental organizations, elected officials, and candidate's for office and the people  they represent... with a special emphasis on how to best use the latest internet and media technologies.

GMU onAir is the founding university chapter of the non-profit, nonpartisan social enterprise Elections onAir.  Any George Mason University student, faculty, staff, and alum can be a member. Membership is free. Members can participate in numerous ways such as curating content in Hubs, moderating and producing Aircasts, developing new software and hardware, and interfacing with supporters.

Sergei A. SamoilenkoSergei A. Samoilenko

Instructor, Communication Department, George Mason University
Faculty Advisor, Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

Sergei Samoilenko's research focus is on public relations, crisis communication, reputation management, new media.

Jim McLeanJim McLean

Instructional Technologist / Visual Media Specialist, Information Technology Services (ITS), George Mason University
Owner and Principal Photographer, The Vintage Photographer
Aircast Producer, Elections onAir

I am a Digital and Immersive Media Consultant.

Social Media: LinkedIn

Todd GilletteTodd Gillette

Future Technical Leader: Northrop Grumman
Lead Developer: Democracy onAir
PhD: Neuroscience, George Mason University

Todd is currently a Systems Engineer for Northrop Grumman as part of the Future Technical Leaders rotational program. His work has involved software and systems engineering in independent research & development and on ongoing government programs dealing with cognitive autonomy and communications systems.

Jenifer HitchcockJennifer Hitchcock

AP Government & US History Teacher
Fairfax High School & Online Campus
James Madison Fellow, Commonwealth of Virginia 2016
Nationally Board Certified Teacher
iCivics Educators Network Member
Writer at lovgov.weebly.com

The VA Election Hub is an exciting opportunity to extend civics education beyond the four walls of the traditional classroom. Civics happens on the streets! This organization provides an opportunity to students to use their native digital skills to improve their community and engage in a meaningful way in civics. I am a part of the VA Election Hub to help find and engage students directly in the democratic process as high school interns.

 

Angelique ArintokAngelique Arintok 3

Senior: Majoring in Communication, Media Production & Criticism and minor in Political Communication, George Mason University
General ManagerMason Cable Network

As a freshman with Mason Cable Network, I served as the Assistant Production Manager and was promoted to Production Manager just one year later. As the General Manager of Mason Cable Network, I  hope to sustain the network’s growth, and bring new student concepts to the table. She enjoys the creativity and integrity behind multimedia journalism, and is furthermore interested with the discipline’s connection to political communication. Angelique aspires a career as a news reporter/Multi-Media Journalist.

Sonia Bahou
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Sophomore: Major in Communication and Journalism at George Mason University
Production ManagerMason Cable Network

Freshman year, Sonia spent most of her time volunteering every Tuesday as a daily update reporter with Mason Cable News. She was also a scriptwriter for the live weekly broadcasts. After a year of involvement in the Office of Student Media, she is currently fulfilling the role as Production Manager of the network. She enjoys working with a team to establish quality media content for her peers. In the future, she aspires to be a news anchor for a TV news station in the DC area.

Cruz SanchezGeorge Mason statue & JC

Sophomore: Major in Communication, Media Production & Criticism at George Mason University
Assistant Production Manager:  Mason Cable Network

I started down the media path when I first discovered short films on YouTube. Shortly after, I joined Bishop Kelley’s television network where I learned the ins and outs of live stream production. While at Kelley, I worked with several other students to film musicals, concerts, and other events. On the side, I would make shorts with his friends that would ultimately lead to the founding of a production company. My future career goal is to produce television shows that showcase and promote the wonders of the world.

Abby Clark
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Freshman: Major in Film Studies at George Mason University
Senior Film Editor: Mason Cable Network

Led a team to participate  in the 2018 Richmond 48 Hour Film Project. During my senior year of high school. I won a grant to write, direct, and edit a 20 minute short film, “eighteen,” which she submitted to film festivals around Virginia.

I am very excited to join the Mason Cable Network crew and to work with a team of creative and hardworking people. In the future, I would like to edit and produce feature films.

Jenkins TehAuto Draft 7

Sophomore: Computer Science Major at George Mason University

I am assisting Todd Gillette on the web software development for the Elections onAir Hubs.

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Mason Cable NetworkMason Cable Network

Mason Cable Network, also known as MCN, is the student operated television network airing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to approximately 6,000 residents on the Fairfax Campus.

MCN has been serving the George Mason Community since the fall of 1997 and has thrived on the network’s signature motto “your face, your voice.”

Here at Mason Cable Network, we have built a training ground for any student who hopes to gain hands-on experience or further their career in television or film.

Starting in 2012, our broadcast switched over to high definition to increase the quality of our content.

Fall 2012 was the first semester that Mason Cable Network has had the ability to produce and distribute live content through the network and online websites through live streaming.  In the  years since, MCN has broadcasted several University events including Mason Madness, and the International Week Dance Competition.  We expanded our live content with a  weekly news show,  and through a partnership with Mason Athletics, broadcast the majority of  the Athletics home games including basketball, soccer, lacrosse, wrestling, and volleyball.

As we move forward, we strive to bring the Mason Nation programming that is geared to the community, whether that be news, sports, or entertainment.

No matter the occasion, no matter the program, Mason Cable Network is 24/7 programming for Patriots by Patriots. Come and visit us in the Office of Student Media in the HUB.

Angelique ArintokAngelique Arintok 3

Senior: Majoring in Communication, Media Production & Criticism and minor in Political Communication, George Mason University
General ManagerMason Cable Network

As a freshman with Mason Cable Network, I served as the Assistant Production Manager and was promoted to Production Manager just one year later. As the General Manager of Mason Cable Network, I  hope to sustain the network’s growth, and bring new student concepts to the table. She enjoys the creativity and integrity behind multimedia journalism, and is furthermore interested with the discipline’s connection to political communication. Angelique aspires a career as a news reporter/Multi-Media Journalist.

Sonia Bahou
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Sophomore: Major in Communication and Journalism at George Mason University
Production ManagerMason Cable Network

Freshman year, Sonia spent most of her time volunteering every Tuesday as a daily update reporter with Mason Cable News. She was also a scriptwriter for the live weekly broadcasts. After a year of involvement in the Office of Student Media, she is currently fulfilling the role as Production Manager of the network. She enjoys working with a team to establish quality media content for her peers. In the future, she aspires to be a news anchor for a TV news station in the DC area.

Cruz SanchezGeorge Mason statue & JC

Sophomore: Major in Communication, Media Production & Criticism at George Mason University
Assistant Production Manager:  Mason Cable Network

I started down the media path when I first discovered short films on YouTube. Shortly after, I joined Bishop Kelley’s television network where I learned the ins and outs of live stream production. While at Kelley, I worked with several other students to film musicals, concerts, and other events. On the side, I would make shorts with his friends that would ultimately lead to the founding of a production company. My future career goal is to produce television shows that showcase and promote the wonders of the world.

Abby Clark
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Freshman: Major in Film Studies at George Mason University
Senior Film Editor: Mason Cable Network

Led a team to participate  in the 2018 Richmond 48 Hour Film Project. During my senior year of high school. I won a grant to write, direct, and edit a 20 minute short film, “eighteen,” which she submitted to film festivals around Virginia.

I am very excited to join the Mason Cable Network crew and to work with a team of creative and hardworking people. In the future, I would like to edit and produce feature films.

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Elections onAirElections onAir

Elections onAir is a nonprofit, nonpartisan social enterprise that supports the development and hosting of open access and curated networks of Election Hubs... including this Virginia Elections Hub.

Elections onAir (EOA) Hubs use a proprietary software platform to aggregate and display all types of content.  Viewing a Hub on a laptop or desktop computer provides an enhanced user experience especially through home page interactive maps.

EOA focuses on providing a one stop place for all information related to candidates, elected officials, and government agencies in a state ("Learn" about your government and elected officials). EOA provides many ways to interact with these people especially via streaming video interviews ("Discuss" with your representatives and candidates).

Elections onAir is developing a network of interconnected Elections Hubs. The Virginia Elections Hub is the first Hub we are piloting in anticipation of having an Elections Hub for each state ready for the 2020 elections.

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There are no Hub donors at this time.

Donors can be any named individual or foundation (no anonymous donations permitted).  Donors can support the entire Hub, a District and all the posts within it, an individual Post, and/or Curator profile.

Checks or wire transfers are made to Elections onAir. Elections onAir has its 501C3 status so donations are tax deductible.

Contact Hub Coordinator Kim Jaramillo at kim@onair.cc if you want to donate to this Hub.

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Advertisers can be any individual, group, or organization. Advertisers can support the entire Hub or a specific District (US House, US Senate etc.), City, and/or County.

Checks or wire transfers are made to Elections onAir. Elections onAir has its 501C3 status so donations are tax deductible.

Contact Hub Coordinator Kim Jaramillo at kim@onair.cc if you want to advertise in this Hub.

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There are no District Sponsors at this time.

Sponsors can be any nonpartisan and nonprofit organization such as a government agency, university, or qualified NGOs. Sponsors can support the entire Hub, a District and all the posts within it, an individual Post, and/or Curator profile.

Checks or wire transfers are made to Elections onAir. Elections onAir has its 501C3 status so donations are tax deductible.

Contact Hub Coordinator Kim Jaramillo at kim@onair.cc if you want to sponsor a District.

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Donors can be any named individual or foundation (no anonymous donations permitted).  Donors can support the entire Hub, a District and all the posts within it, an individual Post, and/or Curator profile.

Checks or wire transfers are made to Elections onAir. Elections onAir has its 501C3 status so donations are tax deductible.

Contact Hub Coordinator Kim Jaramillo at kim@onair.cc if you want to donate to a District.

 

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Advertisers can be any individual, group, or organization. Advertisers can support the entire Hub or a specific District (US House, US Senate etc.), City, and/or County.

Checks or wire transfers are made to Elections onAir. Elections onAir has its 501C3 status so donations are tax deductible.

Contact Hub Coordinator Kim Jaramillo at kim@onair.cc if you want to advertise in a district.

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Elections onAirElections onAir

Elections onAir is a nonprofit, nonpartisan social enterprise that supports the development and hosting of open access and curated networks of Election Hubs... including this Virginia Elections Hub.

Elections onAir (EOA) Hubs use a proprietary software platform to aggregate and display all types of content.  Viewing a Hub on a laptop or desktop computer provides an enhanced user experience especially through home page interactive maps.

EOA focuses on providing a one stop place for all information related to candidates, elected officials, and government agencies in a state ("Learn" about your government and elected officials). EOA provides many ways to interact with these people especially via streaming video interviews ("Discuss" with your representatives and candidates).

Elections onAir is developing a network of interconnected Elections Hubs. The Virginia Elections Hub is the first Hub we are piloting in anticipation of having an Elections Hub for each state ready for the 2020 elections.

GMU onAirMason onAir

GMU onAir's mission is to improve communication between governmental organizations, elected officials, and candidate's for office and the people  they represent... with a special emphasis on how to best use the latest internet and media technologies.

GMU onAir is the founding university chapter of the non-profit, nonpartisan social enterprise Elections onAir.  Any George Mason University student, faculty, staff, and alum can be a member. Membership is free. Members can participate in numerous ways such as curating content in Hubs, moderating and producing Aircasts, developing new software and hardware, and interfacing with supporters.

Voter RegistrationAbout Virginia Elections 2

To vote in the November 6, 2018 election, you must register by October 14, 2018.

To register to vote

Go to this page at the Virginia Department of Elections website.

To be eligible to vote, you must be:

  1. A U.S. citizen
  2. A resident of Virginia
  3. At least 18 years old by the next general election

If you have been convicted of a felony, you must have your voting rights restored.
If you were declared mentally incapacitated, you must have your capacity restored by court order.

For registered Voters

Go to this page at the Virginia Department of Elections website to:

  • Access your Virginia Voter Record to update registration
  • Apply to vote absentee
  • View your voter-related information

 

How to run for officeAbout Virginia Elections 2

Candidates for office must meet certain qualifications and are required to file specific documents in order to qualify to appear on the ballot

Virginia Elections web pages

These qualifications and requirements may vary slightly depending on whether the office sought is a local office, a general assembly seat, a statewide office, or a federal office. Generally, all candidates must meet the following minimum qualifications:

  • Be qualified to vote for and hold the office sought, and
  • Be a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia for one year immediately preceding the election.

The board has developed and published candidate informational bulletins specific to each office type. In addition to the qualifications, forms and filing requirements, candidate information bulletins provide candidates with information he/she will need to run for office.

Using this Hub

We have designed this Hub to be easy and intuitive as possible to use.  All viewers need to remember to find content is to:

"Select teal circles, rectangles, text, and icons"

When most teal circles and teal rectangles are selected, they open multiple possible actions. When blue text and blue icons, they usually do one action.

Most color blind people can distinguish the teal and blue colors from the level of shading. For those with more severe blindness issues, an audio-based user experience is coming next year.

About Virginia ElectionsAbout Virginia Elections 2

We are educators, students, and voters dedicated to creating a non-partisan place for comprehensive elections information and civil engagement between Virginians and those who wish to represent us.

November 6, 2018 Commonwealth General Election

Offices on the ballot:  U.S. Senate (six year term), U.S. House of Representatives (two year term)

June 11, 2019 Commonwealth Primary 

November 5, 2019 Commonwealth General Election

Offices on the ballot:  State Senate and House of Delegates and Virginia City and County officeholders

About this HubAbout this Hub 5

This Virginia Elections Hub aim is to support a more informed and engaged public and responsive government while facilitating Virginians to run for office at all levels of government.

We have designed this Hub to be easy and intuitive as possible to use.  All viewers need to remember to find content is to:

"Select teal circles, rectangles, text, and icons"

There are many ways Virginians can help make this Hub the Go To place for Virginia election information and communication.

Become a Hub Member: It's easy and free ... Your real name and any other profile information will not be displayed or shared unless you choose to do so. Membership benefits include being able to: comment on posts,  ask candidates questions through post Curators, participate in forums, and curate posts.

Become a Post Curator: Curators help to integrate web content and candidate interactions into posts, moderate comments, and produce Aircasts.

Become a Supporter: You can support this Hub, a District, and/or a single post through your donations, sponsorships, and advertisements.

About AircastingVirginians onAir 2

One approach we use to inform and engage Virginians is via our Aircasts. Aircasts are livestreamed and recorded videos that include viewer input and are archived in their related posts.

We focus particularly on Curator produced mobile Aircasts that employ smartphones and a few inexpensive accessories. Some use cases include:

"During an Event" - Aircaster does interviews …before, during, and/or after event for inclusion into posts. Can upgrade up to mobile studio e.g. CNN Town Halls.

"Anytime in one's Office"- Elected official or candidate livestreams weekly updates and their responses to Hub members questions.

The Virginia onAir YouTube channel will also have livestreamed and recorded videos that can be stored in posts.

Support this Hub

There are three ways that individuals and organizations can financially support this Hub, any specific district within this Hub or a specific post... as a Sponsor, as a Donor, and/or as an Advertiser.

Virginians, especially college and high school students, can also volunteer and intern to be part of the Virginia Elections Hub team in a variety of ways e.g. as Curators, Aircasters, Aircast Hosts & Producers, coordinators, and web developers.

Sponsors can be any nonpartisan and nonprofit organization such as a government agency, university, or qualified NGOs. Sponsors can support the entire Hub, a District and all the posts within it, an individual Post, and/or Curator profile.

Donors can be any named individual or foundation (no anonymous donations permitted).  Donors can support the entire Hub, a District and all the posts within it, an individual Post, and/or Curator profile.

Advertisers can be any individual, group, or organization. Advertisers can support the entire Hub or a specific District (US House, US Senate etc.), City, and/or County.

Checks or wire transfers are made to Elections onAir. Elections onAir has its 501C3 status so donations are tax deductible.

Contact Hub Coordinator Kim Jaramillo at kim@onair.cc if you want to support this Hub.

Contact a Post's Curator to support a specific district, individual post, and/or a Curator profile.

Model of Video Updates
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This video by Patrick Hope, delegate from the 47th District, is an example of how elected officials can use video to update their constituents. Patrick Hope has done video updates after each week of the General Assembly when it is in session and archives them on his website.

Democracy onAir will be encouraging officials & their staff to produce regular video updates via what we call "mobile aircasting" i.e. using smart phones & accessories to easily and inexpensively live streaming on YouTube w/chat questions from viewers.

We will be hosting these Aircasts on our YouTube channel and displaying them in specific posts and making them available to be embedded in other websites.

MCN 2018 Election Coverage
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 Mason Cable Network broadcast live on November 6, 2018.

Featured exit poll results from Merten Hall and exclusive interviews with Professor Victor, Dean Rozell, Mason Votes, Roosevelt at Mason and more!

Panelists: Angelique Arintok, Alex Shee, and Tim O'Shea

10/2 -Tom Davis (FTSS)
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First Tuesday Speaker Series
Tom Davis, George Mason University rector and former GOP congressman from Virginia

Moderator: Steve Pearlstein
Time: 9:00 to 10:30 am EDT
Day: Tuesday October 2, 2018
Place: Fenwick Library Reading Room, George Mason University, Fairfax VA
Aircaster: Abby Clark 

US Senate 2018About Virginia Elections 2

Candidates
Tim Kaine incumbent (D)
Corey Stewart (R)
Matt Waters (L)

Election takes place on November 6, 2018.

Aircasts  

Monday October 30, 2018 at 6 pm

Post Curator: Maria Liberio

Tim Kaine
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Current Position: United States Senator since 2012
Democratic Candidate: US Senator 2018

Latest News

Kaine Joins Markey And 21 Senate Colleagues To Call For Greater U.S. Efforts To Protect Freedom Of Speech And Combat Growing Authoritarianism Globally
Oct 12, 2018

Aircasts

See post for first experimental Aircast.

Post Curators: Maria Liberi - maria@onair.cc and Jane Curran - jane@onair.cc

Corey Stewart
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Current Position:Chair of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors.
Republican Candidate: Corey Stewart is a 2018 candidate to be the United States Senator for Virginia.

Latest News

Sen. Tim Kaine, GOP challenger Corey Stewart vie for Jewish support
Antonio Olivo, Washington Post 10|14|18

Post Curator: Maria Liberio

Matt Waters
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Libertarian Candidate: Matt Waters is a 2018 candidate to be the United States Senator for the State of Virginia.

Latest News

U.S. Senate Libertarian candidate Matt Waters to speak in King William
Oct. 25, 2018
The meeting will be held at the Upper King William Library, 694-J Sharon Road, in King William

Post Curator: Maria Liberi - maria@onair.cc

Fairfax City GovernmentFairfax City Government

Fairfax City, officially The City of Fairfax, is an independent city centrally located in Northern Virginia within the separate political entity Fairfax County.  Fairfax City is run by its elected six member city council.

Upcoming Elections

June 12, 2018 Commonwealth Primary
Offices on the ballot:  U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives (11 District)

November 6, 2018 Commonwealth General Election
Offices on the ballot:  U.S. Senate (six year term), U.S. House of Representatives (two year term)

June 11, 2019 Commonwealth Primary (if called)

Offices on the ballot:  Virginia Senate 34th District, Virginia House of Delegates 37th District, Fairfax City and County Commonwealth's Attorney, Fairfax City and County Sheriff

November 5, 2019 Commonwealth General Election

Offices on the ballot:  Virginia Senate 34th District (Four year term), Virginia House of Delegates 37th District ( two year term), Fairfax City and County Commonwealth's Attorney (four year term), Fairfax City and County Sheriff (Four year term)

General Information

Web Pagesfairfaxva.gov/government/general-registrar (Note: Much of the content in this post is from the Fairfax City website)
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays
Address: City of Fairfax Office of Elections
10455 Armstrong Street Fairfax, Virginia 22030

Director of Elections & General Registrar:  Brenda F. Cabrera
Email: registrar@fairfaxva.gov    Phone Number: 703-385-7890  Fax: 703.591.8364
Electoral Board 

City Home Page: fairfaxva.gov/home   City News   City Calendar
Twitter:
 @CityofFairfaxVA     YouTube    Facebook    Wikipedia page

Fairfax City Mayor and CouncilFairfax City Mayor and Council 3

The City of Fairfax has a council/manager form of government. The mayor and six councilmembers are elected every two years on an at-large, non-partisan basis. The current term expires 6/30/2020.

Web:  City web page   Facebook   Twitter: @CityofFairfaxVA    YouTube   RSS Feeds

Email: Mayor&Council@fairfaxva.gov
Phone:  703.385.7850 ( City Manager’s Office)
Council meetings address: City Hall
10455 Armstrong St.
Fairfax, VA 22030

 

Mayor David L. MeyerMayor David L. Meyer

Mayor, Fairfax City, VA
Former Councilmember, Fairfax City, VA (2008-17)

Web:   Fairfax City web page   David Meyer for Mayor website  Facebook page  

Email:  David.Meyer@fairfax.gov
Phone:   (703) 385-7850 (ofc)
Address:   10455 Armstrong St.
Fairfax, VA 22030      

Michael J. DeMarco

Councilmember, Fairfax City, VA
Manager, Global Customer Service Support of ExxonMobil’s Fuels, Lubricants and Specialties Business

Michael J. DeMarco is serving his third term on City Council.

DeMarco serves on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Metropolitan Air Quality Committee and Aviation Policy Committee; the Virginia Municipal League Community and Economic Development Committee; and the Potomac Watershed Roundtable, among others.

He previously served as chair of the City of Fairfax Economic Development Authority.

Janice B. MillerJanice B. Miller

Councilmember, Fairfax City, VA
Travel consultant, The Travel Gals

Janice B. Miller is serving her fourth term on City Council.

Miller served her first term on City Council from 1992-94, and was elected for her second term in 2014.

Miller serves on numerous regional boards, including the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Human Services & Public Safety Policy Committee and the Virginia Municipal League Human Development and Education Committee.

 

Jon R. Stehle, Jr.Jon R. Stehle, Jr.

Councilmember, Fairfax City, VA
Senior Analyst, U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)

Jon R. Stehle, Jr., is serving his first term on City Council.

Stehle, a city resident since 2007, has chaired the city’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board. He also served on the Green Acres Feasibility Study Committee and City of Fairfax Branding Advisory Committee.

The Oxford Row resident, who served as president of the Oxford Row Civic Association, is a strategic performance management lead with a federally funded research and development center. As a senior analyst with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), he received a GAO Meritorious Service Award in 2013.

Jennifer PasseyJennifer Passey

Jennifer Passey has served on the Fairfax City Council for one term.  She also served on the City’s Planning Commission and Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and continues to be an active member of the community.

"It has been an honor to represent you the past seven months as one of your City of Fairfax Councilmembers. I am energized by what the current Council has been doing since I was elected last September. I look forward to the coming years with excitement as our community continues to come together to do great things." From Jennifer Passey website.

Steve StombresAuto Draft 1

Former Mayor and Councilmember, Fairfax VA
Partner, Harbinger Strategies

Mr. Stombres was elected to the Fairfax City Council in 2008 and retired from the City Council in 2014 after three terms in office. Mr. Stombres graduated in 1993 from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and holds a B.A. in History. He and his wife Kristen, and their children Katherine, Elaine, and James currently reside in Fairfax, Virginia

John MasonJohn Mason

Mayor (1990-2002), City of Fairfax, Fairfax, VA
Former President & CEO,
 Workhouse Arts Center

Managed SAIC division and operation. Focused on regional transportation policy analysis, primarily in support of the Federal Highway Administration.

While Mayor, the City of Fairfax implemented a trolley car system between downtown Fairfax and Mason when there were only 6,000 students.  Ridership was insufficient to continue it.

Fairfax CountyFairfax County

Fairfax County, officially the County of Fairfax, is a suburban county in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Fairfax County uses the urban county executive form of government, which county voters approved in a 1966 referendum.

Upcoming Elections

June 11, 2019 Commonwealth Primary (if called)

Offices on the ballot:   Fairfax City and County Commonwealth's Attorney, Fairfax City and County Sheriff

November 5, 2019 Commonwealth General Election

Offices on the ballot:  County Commissioners, County School Board, Fairfax City and County Commonwealth's Attorney (four year term), Fairfax City and County Sheriff (Four year term)

General Information

Web Pages:  fairfaxcounty.gov/elections/ (Note: Much of the content in this post is from the Fairfax County website and wikipedia page)
Hours:  Monday-Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Address: 12000 Government Center Parkway Suite 323
Fairfax, VA 22035
Mailing Address: Fairfax County Office of Elections
P.O. Box 10161  Fairfax, VA 22038

Director of Elections & General Registrar:  Cameron Glenn Sasnett
Email: registrar@fairfaxva.gov    Phone Number: 703-222-0776  Fax: 703.591.8364
Electoral Board

The Office of the Electoral Board: 703-324-4735, TYY 711; Fax: 703-324-4706, Email
Absentee Ballot Application Fax:  703-324-3725
For 24-hour recorded information please call 703-324-4700

County website:  fairfaxcounty.gov/

Sharon BulovaSharon Bulova

Sharon Bulova is honored to serve her third term as Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. The Chairman of the Board of Supervisors presides over all Board of Supervisors meetings and represents over 1.1 million county residents.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon_Bulova

Web:  sharonbulova.com/  Fairfax County page  Facebook  Twitter   YouTube  LinkedIn   Flickr
Wikipedia    VPAP

Address: Government Center

12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 530
Fairfax, VA 22035-0079
Hours: Office open weekdays 8:30am - 5pm

Phone: 703-324-2321, TTY 711
Fax: 703-324-3955
Email: chairman@fairfaxcounty.gov

Former Positions: Sharon Bulova was first elected Chairman in a special election in 2009 and previously served as the Braddock District Supervisor from 1988-2009.

Rob WittmanRob Wittman

Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (2008- 2018), Virginia 1st District
Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 1st District

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Tuesday Sept. 11, 2018 at 5pm

Post Curator: Nick Soteriou - nick@onair.cc

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Web:  wittman.house.gov  robwittman.com  Email Updates Facebook  Twitter  Instagram
Wikipedia   Ballotpedia  VPAP   Open Secrets  GovTrackUs

Email:  Contact Form  Email Updates  TownHall Signup  Meeting Request

Washington DC Address:  2055 Rayburn Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
Phone:  (202) 225-4261

Hanover Office: 6501 Mechanicsville Turnpike #102
Mechanicsville, VA 23111
Phone: 804-730-6595

Stafford Office:

Tappahannock Office:

Former positions:
Montross Town Council from 1986 to 1996
Mayor of the Town of Montross from 1992 to 1996.
Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors, from 1996 to 2005, the last two years as chairman.

Vangie WilliamsVangie A. Williams

Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 1st District

 

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Tuesday Sept. 11, 2018 at 5pm

Post Curator: Nick Soteriou - nick@onair.cc

 

Scott TaylorScott Taylor

Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (2016-2018), Virginia 2nd District
Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 2nd District

Elaine LuriaElaine G. Luria

Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 2nd District

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Friday Sept. 21, 2018 at 5pm

Post Curator: TBA

Bobby ScottBobby Scott

Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (1993- 2018), Virginia 3rd District
Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 3rd District

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Friday Sept. 21, 2018 at 5pm

Post Curator: TBA

Donald McEachin

Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (2016- 2018), Virginia 4th District
Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 4th District

Ryan McAdamsRyan McAdams

Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (2008- 2018), Virginia ____ District
Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia _____ District
Ryan McAdams is a 2018 candidate to be the United States Representative for Virginia's 4th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party.

Leslie CockburnLeslie Cockburn

Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 5th District

Denver RigglemanDenver Riggleman

Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 5th District

Ben ClineBen Cline 3

Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 6th District

Jennifer LewisJennifer Lewis

Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 6th District

Latest News, Events, Articles:

Upcoming Events: 

September 17th Cline vs. Lewis Debate

10-11:30am at Spotswood High School

368 Blazer Dr. Penn Laird, Virginia 22846

Next Aircasts:  TBD

Post Curator: Rubye Egley

David BratDavid Brat

Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (2014- 2018), Virginia 7th District
Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 7th  District

Abigail SpanbergerAbigail Spanberger

Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 7th District

Joseph WaltonJoseph Walton

Libertarian Candidate: US House - Virginia 7th District

Don Beyer
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Current Position: U.S. House of Representatives (2014- 2018), Virginia 8thDistrict
Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 8th District

Don Beyer was inaugurated on January 6, 2015 to his first term as a Member of Congress serving Virginia’s 8th congressional district, representing Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, and parts of Fairfax County.

Recent News & Events

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Thomas OhThomas Oh

Current Position: Captain, Army Reserve, Project Management
Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 8th District

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Wednesday Sept. 12, 2018 at 6pm

Post Curator: Nick Soteriou - nick@onair.cc

Barbara ComstockBarbara Comstock

Current Position: Congressman 2008-2018 - U.S. House of Representatives, Virginia District 10
Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia District 10

Latest News, Events, Articles:

(Sept 24, 2018)-Kavanaugh controversy spills into congressional midterms

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Tuesday Sept. 18, 2018 at 5pm

Post Curator: Teddy Porter - teddy@onair.cc

Jennifer WextonJennifer Wexton

 Current Position: Virginia State Senator (2014- 2018), Virginia 33rd District
 Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 10th District

Latest News:

Upcoming Events & Aircasts:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Tuesday Sept. 11, 2018

Post Curator: Teddy Porter - teddy@onair.cc

Gerry ConnollyGerry Connolly

Current Position: Congressman 2008-2018 - U.S. House of Representatives, Virginia 11th District
Democratic Candidate: US House - Virginia 11th District

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Friday Sept. 14, 2018 at 6 pm

Post Curator: Grace D'Amico - grace@onair.cc

Jeff DoveJeff Dove

Republican Candidate: US House - Virginia 11th District

Recent News & Events

Upcoming Events:

Next Aircasts:  Curator weekly update on Friday Sept. 14, 2018 at 6 pm

Post Curator: Grace D'Amico - grace@onair.cc

 

Stevan PorterStevan Porter

Libertarian Candidate: US House - Virginia 11th District

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Voter RegistrationAbout Virginia Elections 2

To vote in the November 6, 2018 election, you must register by October 14, 2018.

To register to vote

Go to this page at the Virginia Department of Elections website.

To be eligible to vote, you must be:

  1. A U.S. citizen
  2. A resident of Virginia
  3. At least 18 years old by the next general election

If you have been convicted of a felony, you must have your voting rights restored.
If you were declared mentally incapacitated, you must have your capacity restored by court order.

For registered Voters

Go to this page at the Virginia Department of Elections website to:

  • Access your Virginia Voter Record to update registration
  • Apply to vote absentee
  • View your voter-related information

 

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