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Free Football Tickets; 9/11 Bike Ride; SOWW; Farmers Market…

posted July 8th, 2014

Dear Friends & Neighbors,

Please find below couple exciting announcements and community activities for your review and participation!

It is my honor and privilege to serve you in the Virginia House of Delegates. My staff and I operate out of our district office in Dulles Tuesday through Friday. Feel free to contact us if we can be of any help or service to you. You can reach us via my website, www.DavidRamadan.com, or by calling (703)348-7015. …

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Tweet from VA General Ass. (@VaGenAss) -posted by David Ramadan

posted July 2nd, 2014

VA General Ass. (@VaGenAss)
No matter your politics, his story is #USAwesome. "@DavidIRamadan: 25 years ago today I landed in New York chasing the American Dream"
Sincerely
Del. David Ramadan,
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25 years ago today I landed in New York chasing the American Dream -posted by David Ramadan

posted July 2nd, 2014

25 years ago today I landed in New York chasing the American Dream! My American journey has been simply amazing. Thank you to all who helped along the way. My family and I are truly blessed to be citizens of & live in the best commonwealth & the best country on earth. God Bless these United States of America!

Sincerely
Del. David Ramadan,
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June’s Newsletter & Community Announcements!

posted July 1st, 2014

Dear Friends & Neighbors,

Best regards from Dulles! June was another very busy month due to many activities and events all around the 87th District.

The highlight of this month is ‘The Budget’: the General Assembly passed a bi-partisan clean budget on June 12th, which the governor finally signed. Thus avoiding a July 1st Government shut down. The biennial budget funds state government, education, transportation and fosters economic growth. However, due to the recent $1.5 billion state revenue shortfall, the passed budget has $800 million less in spending than the introduced budget. All ‘new’ spending was practically eliminated. …

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