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Steve and I have lived in Fairfax for over 30 years and chose Sully as the place to raise our four children. For the past thirteen years I've fought for our kids on the School Board, and now I'm ready to fight for Sully on the Board of Supervisors. I hope you'll explore my website, and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me by clicking here. Welcome!
Join Kathy Smith for a Fall Fiesta on Saturday, September 26th, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm (event details below).
Enjoy an evening with Sully neighbors and friends at Picante Restaurant, Tequila Lounge, Fajita Bar, Churros, and Flan.
We're supporting needy families in Sully and western Fairfax County, so please bring non-perishable food items and toiletries for Western Fairfax Christian Ministries.
What: Fall Fiesta RSVP Here
On Wednesday, August 12th, Kathy Smith agreed to drop all charges against a woman who attacked her while canvassing on July 11th. Her assailant is taking anger management classes and wrote Kathy an apology letter. "I treat all of my constituents with respect, whether we agree or disagree on particular issues. That's why I was glad to drop these charges as soon as I received an apology for the assault that occurred last month, " Kathy Smith said following the court appearance on Wednesday.
Earlier today, after no other Democrats filed by the deadline, Kathy L. Smith was certified as the Democratic nominee for Sully District Supervisor. The Democratic Primary for June 9th was thus cancelled.
"I am very excited to be the Democratic nominee for Sully District Supervisor," Smith said. "I want to take this opportunity to once again call for debates with the winner of the Republican nomination, once it is decided later this month."
It was a packed house at the home of Bob and Mary Ann Hovis as Lt. Governor Ralph Northam came to Sully District to campaign for Kathy Smith. Northam noted this was a "very important election" and that we need Kathy on the Board of Supervisors. Check out the pictures here!