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TOMORROW: DIWALI CELEBRATION

posted October 24th, 2014

Dear Friends & Neighbors, 

Best regards. Please join us for a Diwali celebration TOMORROW, Saturday, October 25th.

Ed Gillespie, Barbara Comstock and I are looking forward to celebrating Diwali with our Indian American friends and neighbors :-) !!

Enjoy a wonderful ‘Music and Dance’ program with refreshments. Musical performance by “Mystify Sound” featuring Debu Nayak (tabla) and Adnan Masood (composer). Dance recital by Bratati Saha.

Diwali Celebration
183 Ruritan Rd, Sterling, VA 20164

5PM – 8PM

 

Please RSVP on line so that we can plan accordingly. So please click here for more info and to RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/diwali-celebration-with-ed-gillespie-barbara-comstock-david-ramadan-tickets-13738202333

This is a FREE event.

Food will be provided by Rangoli of South Riding :-)

 

Sincerely,

 

David Ramadan
Member, House of Delegates
Eighty-Seventh District
info@davidramadan.com

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Constitutional Amendment – Support Military Famillies

posted October 23rd, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Delegate David Ramadan
Telephone: 703 348 7015
E-Mail: info@davidramadan.com

VIRGINIA CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ON BALLOT

Amendment by Ramadan Gives Tax Relief to Families of Service Members ‘Killed In Action’

Dulles, VA | October 23rd, 2014 – Delegate David I. Ramadan’s (R-87th) proposed Constitutional Amendment, which passed through the General Assembly twice unanimously, will be on the ballot Election Day, Tuesday, November 4th. It is the only constitutional amendment to be voted on this year.

This state constitutional amendment would eliminate real estate taxes on homes of spouses of any service member who was ‘Killed in Action.’ The spouse can continue to claim the exemption so long as they do not remarry and continue to occupy their home as their principal residence. This amendment will not change current law which covers disabled veterans and their surviving spouses.

“A yes vote is a vote in support of our brave men and women who have died on the field of battle, and their surviving spouses,” Delegate Ramadan said Thursday morning. “This is the least we can do for those who gave the last full measure of devotion for their country.”

This measure was backed by both the Military Officers Association of America (Virginia Council of Chapters – MOAA) and the Joint Leadership Council of Veterans Service Organizations. Ramadan was named the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) 2014 Virginia Legislator, largely due to his sponsorship of this measure.

Delegate David Ramadan represents the 87th House of Delegates District, which includes eastern Loudoun County and western Prince William County. He currently serves on the oldest & newest committees in the House of Delegates: Privileges & Elections (P&E) and Science & Technology (S&T), as well as General Laws Committee. He serves as the chairman of the P&E Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee. Delegate Ramadan is the co-founder and co-chairman of the Business Development Caucus. He also serves as an Alt. Commissioner on the Interstate Potomac River Basin Commission. To learn more visit www.DavidRamadan.com

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DIWALI INVITATION –Saturday, October 25th

posted October 21st, 2014

Dear Friends & Neighbors, 

Best regards. Please join us for a Diwali celebration this Saturday, October 25th.

Ed Gillespie, Barbara Comstock and I are looking forward to celebrating Diwali with you :-) !!

Enjoy a wonderful ‘Music and Dance’ program with refreshments. Musical performance by “Mystify Sound” featuring Debu Nayak (tabla) and Adnan Masood (composer). Dance recital by Bratati Saha.

This is a FREE event. Food will be provided. But Please RSVP on line so that we can plan accordingly. So please click here for more info and to RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/diwali-celebration-with-ed-gillespie-barbara-comstock-david-ramadan-tickets-13738202333

Diwali Celebration
183 Ruritan Rd
Sterling, VA 20164
5PM – 8PM

 

Sincerely,

 

David Ramadan
Member, House of Delegates
Eighty-Seventh District
info@davidramadan.com

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Anti-Hindu vandalism sparks strong community response

posted October 9th, 2014

By Caitlin Gibson October 8

Loudoun law enforcement officers, elected officials, religious leaders and representatives of the FBI met with nearly 200 county residents Friday to discuss concerns over an ongoing series of anti-Hindu vandalism cases in Ashburn.

The “emergency town hall meeting” at Creighton’s Corner Elementary School, hosted by state Del. David I. Ramadan (R-Loudoun) and Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney James Plowman, aimed to inform the public about more than a dozen recent incidents involving anti-Hindu messages scrawled across exercise stations, park benches, a pedestrian tunnel and community signs in the Brambleton area. The meeting also aimed to convey a unified and unambiguous response to the vandalism. …

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