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Labor-Endorsed Candidates 2015

Virginia State AFL-CIO and the Northern Virginia Labor Federation, AFL-CIO have endorsed the following candidates for office in the General Election Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015
Virginia General Assembly


Senate:        

District 13 – Jill McCabe 
District 29 – Jeremy McPike
District 30 – Adam Ebbin
District 31 – Barbara Favola  
District 32 – Janet Howell 
District 33 – Jennifer Wexton 
District 34 – “Chap” Petersen  
District 36 – Scott Surovell
District 37 – Dave Marsden

House of Delegates:      

District   2 – Josh King    
District 10 – Peter Rush             
District 13 – Don Shaw                 
District 28 – Kandy Hilliard
District 31 – Sara Townsend              
District 32 – Elizabeth Amy Miller
District 33 – Daniel Hedges
District 34 – Kathleen Murphy
District 35 – Mark Keam
District 36 – Kenneth Plum
District 37 – David Bulova
District 38  - Kaye Kory
District 39 – Vivian Watts                    
District 40 – Jerrold Foltz
District 41 – Eileen Filler-Corn
District 42 – Joana Garcia
District 43 -  Mark Sickles
District 44 – Paul Krizek
District 45 – Mark Levine
District 46 – Charniele Herring
District 47 – Patrick Hope
District 48 – Rip Sullivan
District 49 – Alfonso Lopez
District 50 – Kyle McCullough
District 52 – Luke Torian
District 53 – Marcus Simon
District 86 – Jennifer Boysko
District 87 – John Bell
District 52 – Luke Torian
District 53 – Marcus Simon
District 86 – Jennifer Boysko
District 87 – John Bell

Fairfax County

Sheriff                                                             Stacey Kincaid (Union member)
Board of Supervisors Braddock District          Janet Olesak
Board of Supervisors Dranesville District        John Foust
Board of Supervisors Mount Vernon District    Daniel Storck
Clerk of the Court                                            Bettina Lawton

Prince William County

Board of Supervisors Chairman          Richard H. Smith
Board of Supervisors Neabsco           John Jenkins
Board of Supervisors Occoquan         Ernie Porta Jr.
Board of Supervisors Potomac            Andrea O. Bailey
Board of Supervisors Woodbridge      Frank Principi
School Board                                      Justin Wilk (Union member)

Loudoun County

Board of Supervisors Chairman          Phyllis Randall
Board of Supervisors Algonkian          Andrew D. Resnick
Board of Supervisors Ashburn            Michael R. Turner
Board of Supervisors Broad Run         Al Nevarez (Union member)
 Board of Supervisors Catoctin            Craig M. Green
Board of Supervisors Dulles                 Anjan Chimaladinne
Board of Supervisors Sterling              Koran Saines       

Alexandria City

Mayor                         Allison Silberberg
City Council                Willie Bailey (Union Member)
City Council                Del Pepper
City Council                John Taylor Chapman
City Council                Paul Smedberg
City Council                Justin Wilson

 
 
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Candice Quinn Kelly for Charles County Commisioner President

"Candice Quinn Kelly has a solid record of achievement and success as a business owner, entrepreneur, elected official and community leader and volunteer." Read more...

 
 
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Vincent Gray for Mayor of DC

July 27, 2010

Labor supporters of Vincent Gray rallied on the rooftop of the IBEW International Headquarters in Washington, DC.

 

Read more: Vincent Gray for Mayor of DC
 
 
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Moving Maryland Forward

April 27, 2010


Governor O’Malley Enjoyed Strong Support at PG Community College Rally

 

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President Obama Visits Local 26

 
 
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Risky for ratepayers

Constellation's proposed deal enriches company but secures no benefits for customers

By Martin O'Malley
September 16, 2009

This week the Maryland Public Service Commission began a public hearing into Constellation Energy's proposed $4.5 billion sale of half its nuclear assets to a huge French company, EDF. As currently proposed, the deal appears to be a good one for Constellation's CEO and his shareholders but presents enormous risks and no real benefits for more than 1.1 million ratepayers who depend on BGE to provide a vital service at reasonable rates. Read more...

 
 
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MD needs taxes from Constellation deal

By Ed Stoltz, V.P. Constellation Energy
September 15, 2009

The economic urgency of completing Constellation Energy's nuclear joint venture with EDF Group was underscored by Gov. Martin O'Malley's comment last week that the state budget may need to be cut by another $100 million to $200 million.

This joint venture represents Maryland's best chance to bring enormous private investment to the state through the potential development of a new nuclear plant. In addition to addressing Maryland's critical, long-term energy needs and securing thousands of future jobs, the EDF transaction could help replace state tax revenue lost as consumers and businesses curtail spending in the face of a crippling recession. Read more...

 
 
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MD needs taxes from Constellation deal

By Ed Stoltz, V.P. Constellation Energy
September 15, 2009

The economic urgency of completing Constellation Energy's nuclear joint venture with EDF Group was underscored by Gov. Martin O'Malley's comment last week that the state budget may need to be cut by another $100 million to $200 million.

This joint venture represents Maryland's best chance to bring enormous private investment to the state through the potential development of a new nuclear plant. In addition to addressing Maryland's critical, long-term energy needs and securing thousands of future jobs, the EDF transaction could help replace state tax revenue lost as consumers and businesses curtail spending in the face of a crippling recession. Read more...

 
 

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