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Please note that one of our regular co-hosts Anthony Nourse did not participate in this episode as he was recently appointed as a substitute judge in Fairfax County. Due to the political nature of this episode, Mr. Nourse had to refrain from participating in this episode as required by the Canons of Judicial Conduct for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
We took a looong summer break that lasted well into September but we are back with an all new episode with a special guest appearance by Blake Woloson who subbed in as a co-host for Anthony Nourse. In this episode we welcome the two candidates for Fairfax County Circuit Court Clerk. They are currently on your ballot right now in Fairfax County and early voting has begun! This is the first debate we have had on our podcast and the candidates kept it very cordial while still advocating for your vote in the November 2023 election here in Fairfax. Gerarda Culipher and Chris Falcon are your candidates running for the head Clerk of Court in the Fairfax County Circuit Court. We begin by having the candidates explain just what the job of the head clerk is and then we get into each candidate's vision for how they would handle the position if elected. Below are the links to each candidate's campaign site:
Gerarda Culipher https://www.culipherforclerk.com
Chris Falcon https://www.falconforfairfax.com
Here is info on voting in the election (either through early voting which has just begun or on Election Day November 7, 2023 if you prefer to vote the ole fashioned way in person!)
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