Friday, November 4, 2011
County has 1,835 poll workers, but needs 2,188 more by Tuesday.
The Fairfax County Office of Elections needs more than 2,000 poll workers for the election that takes place on Tuesday, according to Cameron Quinn, who heads up the operation. Right now, the county has 1,835 workers scheduled for Tuesday, but needs 2,188 more by then. The county pays between $100 to $200 for the day, which can be as long as 12 hours. If you can work, you can apply by calling: (703) 324-4735 Qualifications for election workers are as follows:
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
In response to the second of six questions posed by Patch, the candidates for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors discuss the $1.6 billion in unfunded costs in Tysons' development.
The four candidates running for chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors answered six questions by email for Patch. We will feature one question each day, with the unedited answers by each of the candidates. Incumbent Democrat Sharon Bulova (website, Facebook, Twitter) Independent Christopher DeCarlo (website, YouTube) Independent Will Radle (Facebook, YouTube) Republican Michael “Spike” Williams (website, Facebook) Question #2: According to the Fairfax County Department of Transportation (Table 7 in the Tysons Comprehensive Plan), there are about $1.6 billion in unfunded road and transportation costs in the development of Tysons. Who will be paying these unfunded costs? Explain. Sharon Bulova It is important to remember …
Monday, October 31, 2011
True Democracy is Christopher DeCarlo's message in music.
Independent candidate Christopher DeCarlo, running for chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, posted a campaign video to YouTube on Sunday. DeCarlo announced his candidacy on October 24, 2011, with this statement. "My name is Chris DeCarlo and I am a candidate for the office of Chairman. This campaign is directed to True Democracy. A place that promotes personal freedom and self responsibility. A place where financial influence does not corrupt the administrative and legislative processes. A place where you and I can have more weighted influence in the process of our form of self-government. As Chairman I will lead your County to this place where elected representatives are not obligated to provide financial and legislative …