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Victor Angry wins special election to fill Neabsco supervisor’s seat

Victor Angry will be Prince William County's first elected black supervisor after winning Tuesday's special election to fill the Neabsco District supervisor's seat left vacant with the death of John Jenkins. Of the 1,722 votes cast, Angry, a Democrat, had 1,281 votes,...

Two businessmen running for Neabsco District supervisor

Prince William County voters in Neabsco District will choose between Democrat Victor Angry and Republican Devinder Singh in the special election April 9 for supervisor. The winner of the special election will begin his term later that month and serve until Dec. 31....

Two candidates seek Neabsco supervisor seat

Voters will have two new candidates to pick from in a special election for Neabsco District supervisor in Prince William County. Democrat Victor Angry and Republican Devinder Singh will face off in the April 9 election necessitated by the death of Democratic...

Qarni endorses Angry

PRINCE WILLIAM, VIRGINIA – On Saturday, February 23, 2019, Virginia Secretary of Education Atif Qarni issued the following statement in support of Neabsco District Supervisor candidate Victor Angry. “Victor Angry is passionate about closing the achievement gap by...

Local Democratic leaders endorse Angry

Several of Prince William County’s Democratic elected officials are lining up behind Victor Angry in today’s Neabsco District firehouse primary. The nominating contest is being held to pick a Democratic candidate for the April 9 special election to fill the late John...

Victor Angry wins Neabsco District firehouse primary

Victor Angry, a retired command sergeant major of the Army National Guard, has come out on top of a today’s Neabsco District firehouse primary. Angry, 50, won the four-way contest with 70.9 percent of the vote. He garnered 266 of the 375 votes cast, according to...

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Parties preparing for Neabsco District special election

The Prince William County Democratic Committee is set for a busy weekend as members prepare for a special election April 9 that will determine who serves the remainder of Supervisor John Jenkins’ term as the board’s Neabsco District representative. Jenkins, a Democrat...

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Honoring Local Veterans: Victor Angry

Victor Angry Age: 50 Hometown: Altamonte Springs, Fla. Branch of Service: U.S. Army Highest rank achieved: E9 (Command sergeant major) Years of service: 23 Honors Received: Twice received the Legion of Merit; Defense Meritorious Service Medal; Army Commendation Medal;...

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Two candidates seek Neabsco supervisor seat

Voters will have two new candidates to pick from in a special election for Neabsco District supervisor in Prince William County. Democrat Victor Angry and Republican Devinder Singh will face off in the April 9 election necessitated by the death of Democratic...

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Qarni endorses Angry

PRINCE WILLIAM, VIRGINIA – On Saturday, February 23, 2019, Virginia Secretary of Education Atif Qarni issued the following statement in support of Neabsco District Supervisor candidate Victor Angry. “Victor Angry is passionate about closing the achievement gap by...

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P.O. Box 2554
Woodbridge, VA 22195

Phone: 703-655-9307

Campaign Headquarters Hours:  7 days a week, 8am-5pm

Contact for all Inquiries 

Latifa Garrison

Phone: 703.655.9307

manager@angryforsupervisor.com

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