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Fighting high energy prices + taxes + spending on the trail. VOTE May 21st!

Our #DiningWithTheresa has a new twist. We added VIRTUAL lunch meetings “Talk with Theresa,” for people who are busy, saving on fuel or energy, and who are busy or too tired in the evening to go to travel to one more meeting! Our next IN-PERSON:Hector’s Authentic Mexican RestaurantTuesday, March 22nd arrive 6pm12846 Fitzwater Dr. Nokesville! See what happened with Theresa on the Trail for this … Continue reading Fighting high energy prices + taxes + spending on the trail. VOTE May 21st!

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March is Red Cross Month proclamation presented by Councilwoman Ellis

MARCH IS RED CROSS MONTH. As Chairperson to local American Red Cross of Loudoun and Prince William Biomedical Committee, I was proud to prepare and present, with Red Cross leadership, a proclamation last night as a Councilwoman. We honored our 1881 founder Clara Barton, volunteers, Blood program leaders, Greater Manassas Volunteer Rescue Squad, City of Manassas Fire Rescue Department, our churches, congregations, faith leaders, businesses … Continue reading March is Red Cross Month proclamation presented by Councilwoman Ellis

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On the Trail with Theresa

Friends, The support is growing for my campaign, and I want to earn your vote.  Please mark your calendars for Saturday, May 21st from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and Vote for Theresa. If you cannot make it on that day, you can vote early on May 12th between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. It is critical that you make your voice heard! It has been an exciting week crisscrossing … Continue reading On the Trail with Theresa

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ENDORSEMENT: Col. Ulysses “Xerk” White, first Black African American elected Manassas Councilman #BlackHistoryMonth

ENDORSEMENT by my friend who broke barriers and made history in Manassas. Colonel Ulysses X. White “Xerk” was the first African American elected to the city council 1990-1994 and then served again 1996-2000. Xerk served in the U.S. Army for 30 years. He is devoted to his family, community, and his country. I am so honored to have known him and served side by side … Continue reading ENDORSEMENT: Col. Ulysses “Xerk” White, first Black African American elected Manassas Councilman #BlackHistoryMonth

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VOTE Theresa for Congress May 21st or May 12th GOP Nomination! Ongoing Updates!

GET READY TO VOTE THERESA FOR CONGRESS!“Save the Dates” below. UPDATED 2/17/2022 2:59pm Firehouse Primary (GOP Party Canvass): VOTE at the following balloting stations (some are to be determined) . Saturday, May 21st from 9:00a.m to 4:00p.m See locations available below at this updated time. . Early voting one day on Thursday, May 12thfrom 4:00p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Middleburg Farm 23320 Foxchase Farm Lane … Continue reading VOTE Theresa for Congress May 21st or May 12th GOP Nomination! Ongoing Updates!

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Biden’s reaction to inflation: “My hands are tied.”

YOU DESERVE EXPERIENCE TO FIX DC. IT IS A MESS! As a self-made successful businesswoman with more than 30 years of experience in fixing messes, plus working with a family and strong network of successful entrepreneurs throughout Virginia and this country, I have a strong background in all phases of our economy to bring to Washington, DC as your U.S. Congresswoman. The list is extensive, … Continue reading Biden’s reaction to inflation: “My hands are tied.”

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Important weather, traffic and emergency contacts for VA 10th

Friends, The best place to be today is inside and safe. Here are some important contacts for you if you must travel or have power outages and emergencies. Medical, Safety, or Emergency: 911 Dominion Energy: Report Outage or Emergency phone number (866)366-4357, map, or report online and website: https://www.dominionenergy.com/virginia/report-outage-or-emergency VDOT Traffic Information. Call 511. Check out the “Overlays: Precipitation” and other settings. https://www.511virginia.org/ NOVEC Outage … Continue reading Important weather, traffic and emergency contacts for VA 10th