Your Commonsense Candidate.
Kids, Teachers, Schools FIRST!
Thank you for visiting our website! You have taken an important step towards learning more about the 2019 School Board election, and specifically why Tom Wilson should get your vote for Sully District Representative come November.
Please click on THE ISSUES tab to learn more about what Tom has accomplished during his three and a half years on the board and what he has learned about local politics in Fairfax County.
Your involvement in this election is critical! If you feel the information here is valuable, please pass it on to a friend, family member, or neighbor. Historically, very few people vote in local elections. However, local elections make a difference in people's lives in very tangible ways. Our School Board oversees a 3-billion-dollar budget each year (that's right B as in BILLION).
That money comes from you, the taxpayer. If you have a child or children in the school system, you have another very important reason (or reasons!) to know who you are voting for and what they stand for.
Click on GET INVOLVED to find out ways that you can volunteer with Tom's campaign. He welcomes everyone, especially students, who want to get involved in local politics. Even just one afternoon of your time is valuable! We try to have fun while we are working on the campaign, and the more the merrier! Here are just a few of the many volunteer opportunities available:
- Literature distributed at Back to School Nights
- Door knocking (usually on the weekends)
- Materials preparation: folding, collating, signing, and so on
- Hosting a sign in your yard or distributing signs to neighbors
- Hosting a meet-and-greet at your home to help others get to know Tom
- Volunteering your special skill: photography, videography, and so on
- Helping out at the polls on Election Day and distributing sample ballots
3:00 - 5:00 PM
BACK TO SCHOOL NEWS
Wednesday, August 21 ⋅ 5:00 – 8:00pm
Ormond Stone Middle School
Thursday, August 22 ⋅ 5:00 – 6:00pm
Centre Ridge Elementary School
Thursday, August 29 ⋅ 7:00 – 9:00pm
Westfield High School