Progress4VA1 Independent PAC 2018-09-19T06:49:20+00:00

Progress4VA1 Independent PAC

Progress4VA1 is an independent expenditure only political action committee (PAC) registered with the Federal Election Commission and Virginia Department of Elections, and affiliated with the Stafford Indivisible Community Action Network (SICAN), a local, grassroots organization energized by volunteer activists from the Stafford, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania and King George area.

Progress4VA1 shares the vision and values of SICAN and is dedicated to helping improve the lives of Virginia residents by advocating for progressive policies that will make the Rappahannock region a better place to live, work and raise a family.

To achieve our vision we need to elect candidates who advocate for progressive policies that promote a safe and secure environment, economic opportunity, excellent schools, sustainably managed economic growth and development, appropriate infrastructure development, and a culture of mutual respect, responsibility and support. Therefore, Progress4VA1 will support the nomination and election of candidates to federal, Virginia state, and local offices who support these objectives.

This billboard will be placed on Route 1 at Centerport Parkway in Stafford County beginning Oct. 1, 2018

This billboard will be placed on Route 1 at Centerport Parkway in Stafford County beginning Oct. 1, 2018

The Founders provided a check against tyranny: the power of impeachment. It is time for Congress to start using it against Donald Trump. Impeachment is about cleansing the office. Impeachment is about restoring honor and integrity to the office. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Stafford and Fredericksburg branches of the NAACP are hosting a Candidate Forum at 7 pm on Friday, May 17, at Strong Tower Annex, 234 Ferry Rd., Fredericksburg (South Stafford County). All Democratic and Republican candidates with their names on the June 11 Primary Election ballot in Stafford County and the City of Fredericksburg have been invited to participate, including: Laura Sellers and Qasim Rashid, Kecia Evans and Jess Foster, Bob Thomas and Paul Milde, and Ben Hixon and Amy Laufer. Authorized and paid for by the Stafford and Fredericksburg branches of the NAACP. This is not an endorsement of and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. For more information, visit ... See MoreSee Less

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The Stafford County Board of Supervisors wants to take actionable steps over the next three years to identify and execute growth management strategies that align with Stafford’s Comprehensive Plan without negatively impacting taxation. Citizen input is a critical element in the deliberations. Public meetings are the next steps in Stafford’s healthy growth analysis. Two Information sessions have been scheduled. The first one is at 7 pm on April 22 at Margaret Brent Elementary School, 2125 Mountain View Road in Stafford. The second session is at 7 pm on April 23 at T. Benton Gayle Middle School, 100 Panther Drive in Stafford County. For more information, visit

If you feel the way a lot of us do, that the county should not be approving new housing developments without planning for the infrastructure, traffic, schools, police and fire, and more, then attend and tell them so. If you don't mind paying a few more pennies in taxes to make the county a better place to live, then attend and tell them so.
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Last year, many of you joined the Vangie Williams campaign to watch "Avengers: Infinity War," and we were left hanging. Now, it's time for all of us to get together - just like the remaining Avengers - and see this through to the end. Vangie has arranged for a private screening of "Avengers: Endgame" from 10:45 am to 2 pm on May 19 at Paragon Village 12 Theater, 50 Towne Centre Blvd. in Fredericksburg. Just like the Avengers in this movie, the campaign, too, has some unfinished business to take care of in 2020. By purchasing a ticket for this screening, you'll be helping Vangie get ready to take on and defeat Rob Wittman on Nov. 3, 2020. You can purchase tickets at There are only 150 seats available, so be sure to purchase your tickets right away. The proceeds from the ticket sales go to help fund Vangie's 2020 Congressional Campaign. Please arrive by 10:45 am as the movie will start promptly at 11 am. See the event notice at ... See MoreSee Less

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REMINDER - MoveOn, Indivisible and other organizations are planning to protest at 5 pm on April 4 and demand that Mueller's entire Report be released to the public. Let's join them in Stafford. You can sign up at And even if you don't sign up, meet at 5 p.m. on April 4 with your signs and we'll protest in front of Rep. Rob Wittman's Office, 95 Dunn Dr., the building next to Staples where the Minnieland Academy is located. We'll protest long enough there to get photos and then move out to 610 Garrisonville Road where we will have more exposure.

NOTE: I am just getting over being sick, so I hope I can be there. Even if I can't make it, just go and be heard. Exercise your Freedom of Speech.

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View on Facebook #VA01 @RobWittman vote of the day (Mar'13): Voted for a bill that mandates work requirements for TANF recipients. So we can put burdensome requirements on the poor but not reasonable regulations on businesses?

#VA01's @RobWittman says "we must first address our [military] readiness crisis"

@POTUS cancels military readiness exercises with S. Korea to appease Kim Jung-Un

Rob does nothing to advocate for continuing these exercises.

Why so #SilentBob?

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