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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




David Ramadan
Member, House of Delegates
Eighty-Seventh District

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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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Vote to Support Our Veterans -Constitutional Amendment!

posted October 8th, 2014

Dear Friends & Neighbors,

Best regards. This is a special email focused on Veterans issues. We need you to support our Veterans and their families with an upcoming constitutional amendment – PLEASE READ:

Proposed Constitutional Amendment! You may remember that both last year and earlier this year I introduced legislation for a Constitutional amendment here in Virginia to eliminate real estate taxes on homes of spouses of any U.S. Armed Forces member who was ‘Killed in Action.’ That legislation passed both the House and Senate unanimously both years. Now, it is on the ballot for you to vote on and approve this November 4th.

My legislation was supported by both the Joint Leadership Council of Veterans Service Organizations and the Virginia Council of Chapters (Military Officers Association of America), as well as the Virginia General Assembly Military & Veterans Caucus. …

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$21,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest…

posted October 3rd, 2014


Contact: David Ramadan

Telephone: 703-348-7015

E-Mail: Info@DavidRamadan.com


$21,000 now offered as a reward for information leading to an arrest

Dulles, VA | October 3rd, 2014  – Delegate David Ramadan (R-87th District) and Loudoun’s Commonwealth Attorney Jim Plowman, hosted an emergency town hall meeting on Friday night at Creighton’s Corner Elementary in Ashburn to address the ongoing vandalism incidents and anti-Hindu hate graffiti in the Brambleton area. Ramadan and Plowman, along with Sheriff Mike Chapman, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chairman Scott York, Vice Chairman Shawn Williams, Dulles Supervisor Matt Letourneau, Senator Jennifer Wexton (D – 33rd District), Delegate Barbara Comstock (R-34th District), Captain Eric Prugh with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, Special Agent Michael McGarrity of the FBI, leaders from the Hindu and Telegu communities, leaders from the Rajdhani Mandir temple and other leaders from the Indian-American community, took questions from residents and updated the community on the extensive efforts taking place to resolve the issue. More than 150 citizens were in attendance.

The Brambleton Community Association recently announced that they were offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction of those responsible. Loudoun County and several leaders of the Indian-American community stepped up at the meeting with an additional $20,000, bringing the total available reward to $21,000. …

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