Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Home Tags Lieutenant governor

Tag: lieutenant governor

A Disease Claims Another Victim; I Lost My Dad to FOX...

by Kellen Squire My dad’s been my hero for a long time. I don't think that's out of the ordinary for someone that was fortunate enough to grow up with...

I’m Running for Lieutenant Governor- Now Donate to Another Candidate.

By Kellen Squire Two years ago, you let me stand with you during my run for the House of Delegates, and together, we built a grassroots...

The new reality of primaries in Virginia

On April 16th, 2018, almost fifteen hundred Albemarle County citizens packed the halls at Monticello High School in Charlottesville, Virginia. They were participating in...

Can Working-Class Candidates Run For Office — and Win?

by Kellen Squire Tuesday has come and gone, the second post-Trump test of how our Republic would respond to the authoritarian threat that's been looming...

We’re working ourselves to death.

by Kellen Squire When I graduated from nursing school, I went into my first job ready to take on the world- as many newly-minted RNs...

The Imperative of Progressive Organizing In the “Rest” of Virginia

by Kellen Squire Senator Creigh Deeds is one of the best-known politicians in the Commonwealth. A person who has sacrificed and given more to his...

Rich teeth, poor teeth- addressing the clearest indicator of economic class...

By Kellen Squire Just after my daughter graduated from fourth grade, we took her to the dentist for her bi-annual checkup. After a series of...

Brandon and Davis Save the World- How Two Fairfax Dems in...

by Kellen Squire From the time I first announced my run for the Virginia House of Delegates last year, I knew I had an uphill...

We take these burdens so others don’t have to.

by Kellen Squire Anyone who works in emergency services knows that there are a lot of days where you spend almost as much time being...

A Charlottesville ER Nurse Speaks After a Day of Decompression.

by Kellen Squire I’ve sat here at my keyboard staring at the blinking cursor for awhile. There’s words inside me that need to come out...