Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart will seek re-election through a party canvass after a clerical error denied him the right to compete in a primary.
The primary season just got a lot shorter for Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart and three other local Republican incumbents whose hopes of defending their seats in the June statewide primary were dashed by a judge last week.
Corey Stewart: ‘Budget needs to be something the community will accept, as close to perfect as possible’March 9, 2015
In a room full of differing opinions, wants, and needs Corey Stewart says his job is to broker a deal.
In a rare Saturday meeting, the Prince William County Board of Supervisors largely moved to restore funding to community services and programs that just earlier this week had been on the chopping block.
Manassas Mayor Hal Parrish has announced his campaign for State Senate in Virginia’s 29th District.
Bravo, says liberal talk-show host Mark Levine of Alexandria. Boo-and-hiss, says conservative Corey Stewart, chairman of Prince William County’s Board of Supervisors.
As some Washington-area residents celebrate President Barack Obama’s new immigration plan, a typically outspoken critic of the president’s policies is putting out a list of names of people who won’t be deported and who he says pose a threat to the community.
Corey Stewart, who made his name in politics by implementing what he calls the nation’s “toughest” crackdown on illegal immigration, lives in a house steeped in history.
The Prince William Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to seek the whereabouts of an estimated 7,000 people county police have turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials since 2008.
The Virginia county that ignited a national debate by using local police to round up illegal immigrants is planning a new legal maneuver to force the U.S. government to divulge what it did with the more than 7,000 people turned over to deportation authorities.