The subject of this email is a quote from Tony Perkins at the Family Research Council. He is spot on reminding us that when we do our part to "Pray for America, vote November 8th and stand for biblical truth," we will see a "Red Wave" on Nov. 8th!
Election Day is only a few days away! Please make sure you vote at your polling place on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 6am-7pm.
Or even better, vote early, and then volunteer to help at the polls on Election Day.
By now you’ve probably heard the news that the CDC has moved a giant step closer to mandating that kids get the COVID-19 jab as a condition of public school attendance.
I hope you see a pattern here.
To the subject line of this message “the CDC, Terry McAuliffe and Del. Elizabeth Guzman Agree” we can add Virginia Democratic legislators and the teachers unions.
As you know, I've worked on election integrity issues for many years. More information on those efforts is on my website here.
The Fredrick County 2nd Amendment Group was planning a free viewing of 2000 Mules tomorrow (Thursday) evening in Frederick County, and I was supporting them in that showing.
However, due to venue logistical issues, we're consolidating with another showing, giving an opportunity for 2A supporters and others in the Northern Shenandoah Valley to have a more central location for everyone to enjoy the viewing! We are thrilled to have folks from Frederick, Shenandoah, Clarke, Warren, and Winchester City attending!
If you're able to attend, please let us know by emailing RSVP@votelarock.us
Our Governor, working with the Virginia Department of Education, has revised their model transgender policy to respect parents' rights, your rights, to be the primary decision maker for your child.
When parents drop off their children at school, or once the bus picks them up, do parents' rights suddenly vanish?
Please help turn this around by supporting Governor Youngkin's revised policy that protects kids by keeping parents informed.
It’s hard to believe that the year is almost half over! Tomorrow is the beginning of Virginia’s new fiscal year, and that means many of the new laws we passed this past session will come into effect. Likely the most important thing we did that takes effect on July 1, is the biennial budget, which allocates how the Commonwealth will spend more than $160 billion of our tax dollars. Fortunately, after some long, tough negotiations with Senate Democrats, we were able to return about $4 billion to the taxpayers, while still funding our critical needs like schools and law enforcement.
Read more here...