Councilwoman Theresa Coates Ellis is leading the charge this year by not only recruiting new candidates but also landing a position on the Glenn Youngkin for Governor campaign as the Prince William region director for “Women for Youngkin.” Contact Theresa@TheresaCoatesEllis.com with questions! Visit WomenforGlenn.com to join the coalition! Continue reading Women for Glenn Coalition grows in Prince William County region with Ellis leading.
(Anna Phillips for Treasurer, Stacia Jennings for Commissioner of the Revenue, Lynn Forkell Greene for Council, and Councilwoman Theresa Coates Ellis) Great news! When I was elected to Manassas City Council in 2018, I vowed to help recruit and mentor new qualified candidates. And after meeting and guiding many interested potential candidates, it is such a pleasure to officially endorse our 1st all-women slate in the history … Continue reading Councilwoman introduces historic 1st all-women slate in Manassas!
We expected 300 to 500 guests and logged in with up to 2,500 visitors to our City of Manassas from all over Northern Virginia and Maryland as per our Committee Chair! Our Manassas Bee Festival on Sat. June 26th 10am-2pm was just an amazing family and community celebration for our new national Bee City USA designation for our City. Folks came from all over Northern … Continue reading Councilwoman Ellis: Record-breaking crowd at Manassas Bee Festival!
Manassas to celebrate new ‘Bee City USA’ designation with festival Bee City USA Initiative Embraced By Manassas City Council https://patch.com/virginia/manassas/bee-city-usa-initiative-embraced-manassas-city-council Bee swarm creates a buzz at Baldwin Elementary School https://www.insidenova.com/headlines/bee-swarm-creates-a-buzz-at-baldwin-elementary-school/article_b438b4fe-ad5b-11eb-8bca-d37773f0b665.html Continue reading In recent news: Bee City USA and the Manassas City Bee Festival
— By: Theresa Coates Ellis, Manassas City Council Member — IMPORTANT UPDATES: VACCINE SUPPLIES + APPOINTMENTS: Because of the shortage of COVID-19 vaccine supplies to be allocated in Manassas City, Prince William, and Manassas Park, please visit the following to make an appointment to receive a vaccine. Please sign up or call to be added to the wait list.1. Prince William Health District (PWHD) ( … Continue reading COVID-19 Vaccines/Testing, Blood + Food Donations
— Councilwoman Theresa Coates Ellis — As we move forward closing out the year and starting a new one, here are the Legislative Priorities from VML, the Manassas City Public Schools, and the City of Manassas. The legislative priorities were presented in person and with zoom. Not all state representatives attended, but were invited. Most school board members and staff, city council members and staff … Continue reading Legislative Priorities for VML, Public Schools, and City of Manassas
— Theresa Coates Ellis, Your Councilwoman, Manassas City — Who I am. What I have done. What I will do. Continue reading Video Library Mayor Campaign
— By: Theresa Coates Ellis — The last thing I wanted to do was shoot new images for the Theresa Coates Ellis for Mayor 2020 campaign in a pandemic. Surely, my old, previous images would be fine. Wrong! When you have creative daughters who work with you in business who have equipment, watch out. All of our family have contributed to this effort to win … Continue reading All in the family. Mom for Mayor.
EXPERIENCED LEADER. PROVEN RECORD. PROVEN RESULTS. Theresa Coates Ellis #YourMayor2020. Elect Nov. 3rd. Theresa is an elected Manassas City Council Member, Area Governor of Rotary District 7610 Group, Past President of the ISCC Inter-service Club Council of Greater Manassas (26 Volunteer Organizations), Past Commissioner of the Manassas Regional Airport, Past member of the Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation, and built her own healthcare management … Continue reading What Theresa Ellis will do as #YourMayor2020
— By: Theresa Coates Ellis — The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted our City of Manassas and the rest of the country. We are living through business shutdowns, job losses, food insecurity, education challenges, over-worked social services, stressed healthcare systems, rent and utility struggles, and much more. We have come together as a community to support each other and provide the resources needed to prepare and … Continue reading Moving forward #Healthy Together — Coronavirus Health Disparities in Minorities