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October 28, 2010

JOB FAIR at the Leesburg National Guard Armory

Date: 11/9/2010 Time: 10:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

Event Location: 41905 Loudoun Center Place
Leesburg, VA 20175 Phone:703-771-4840 - National Guard Armory

To register as a exhibitor or company

This is a volunteers needed alert.

Please immediately tell your neighbors about this:

Some of you have already voted in this national election, Tuesday November 2. Thank you if you have already.

Extended hours for absentee voting in Loudoun County in advance of the General Election on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, are being offered through Saturday, October 30.

"Satellite absentee voting" is being offered at the Eastern Loudoun Senior Center, 21060 Whitfield Place, in Sterling, (by the Eastern Loudoun Regional Library behind Home Depot and Staples) Monday through Friday, until October 29, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 23, and Saturday, October 30, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Otherwise, you should vote Tuesday November 2. Polls are open 6 am to 7 p.m. and the Sterling District polling places are Park View HS, Sterling Middle School, Rolling Ridge, Forest Grove and Sully Elementary schools.


Before you vote, please consider the partial list of posted articles in which Congressman Frank Wolf played a role here in Sterling over the years. There are plenty more. These headlines illustrate his past involvement in Sterling as our representative.

Wolf responded many times to our calls for help against the crime wave 2 years ago.

Wolf said over and over again "NO ONE SHOULD LIVE IN FEAR".

(Wolf's words were ) like President Franklin D. Roosevelt whose words still ring in my ears, who said in his Inaugural Address, "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.

If you consider that his job performance and he gets a passing grade take that into consideration. For my part, allow me to observe that last headline: "The Cavalry Has Arrived", as that is what happened when Frank Wolf got involved.




4 Murder Suspects Caught

The CAVALRY Has Arrived?

From the "CAVALRY": "If we don't demand a crack down, there will be no crack down. All of Loudoun is threatened. Congressman Frank Wolf and task force of local, state and federal officials are responding to hundreds of Sterling citizens and we must continue to stay engaged."

There is a list of things that happened here in Sterling due to a lot of cooperation from all quarters. If and how you vote Tuesday can affect our future. If you wish to talk to me about this level of service from our member of Congress call me at 703-421-4599 my home phone. Or email me back.

One more thing. I am seeking your help as a volunteer.

Our Quality of Life Petition is being circulated in the mail and door to door and at events in Sterling.

Please join me for 2 hours at Forest Grove Elementary School 46245 Forest Ridge Drive, Sterling, I will be there from 6 am to 7 p.m. with 2 short breaks.

Last year we had a petition to outlaw cars being on front lawns. That was supported by over 1,000 citizens. Thank you.

Now, volunteers are asking their neighbors to support stronger enforcement to get better results.

There has been progress but citizens are asking for more results to reduce overcrowding, reduce unlicensed untagged cars that pay no county taxes, out of state commercial vehicles, large trucks in the residential areas, abandoned cars, unhealthy or dangerous conditions.

It is helpful when neighbors can agree on something and the county routinely needs to hear from all of us.

Please help in this campaign to get our supporters at the polls to sign our Preserve Sterling Petition. We really need 1,000 signatures.

Every signed petition during this election is going to count so we have to man phone banks, knock doors, and greet voters at the polls.

Please join us in this final, critical push. Can you help me by collecting some signatures for 2 hours? Thank you.

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