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Contact Your Local Officials

Call and email County Supervisors, Sheriff Stacey Kincaid, Police Chief Roessler, and School Board Members to tell them to end the county's voluntary collaboration with ICE and to adopt ​the ordinance seeking the end of Fairfax County cooperation with ICE. Below are suggested talking points, sample emails, and contact information.

Supervisors

Please call, email, and tweet (#FairfaxForAll #ICEoutofFairfax @ForFairfax) at Chairwoman Bulova and your Supervisor to tell them that you want the Board to introduce the ordinance supported by Fairfax for All during their November 20 meeting. Not sure who your Supervisor is? You can look that up at https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/myneighborhood/.

Talking Points

I am [name] and I am a resident of [Fairfax County district]. I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE. I urge Supervisor [name] to support the ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All and to introduce the ordinance at the Board’s November 20 meeting.

  • Our immigrant neighbors are under increased attack by the policies of the federal government. Fairfax County should not be complicit in those attacks.

  • There is an arrest-to-deportation pipeline in Fairfax County that separates people from their families and our local community every day.

  • The rights and humanity of all residents of Fairfax County should be respected and protected.

  • All residents of Fairfax County deserve equal justice and equal safety.

Sample Email

Dear Supervisor [Name]:

 

As a resident of Fairfax County and your constituent, I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on you and your colleagues on the Board of Supervisors to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE.

I urge you to take concrete action to make Fairfax County a place that embraces diversity and welcomes all people by introducing at the Board’s November 20 meeting and supporting the ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All. Our immigrant neighbors are under increased attack by the policies of the federal government. Fairfax County should not be complicit in those attacks as it is through its current policies. The rights and humanity of all residents of Fairfax County should be respected and protected.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

[Street Address]

Contact Information

Chairman Sharon Bulova (At-large)

703-324-2321

chairman@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/SharonBulova

 

Vice Chairman Penny Gross (Mason District)

703-256-7717

mason@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/yr2centsworth

 

Supervisor John Cook (Braddock District)

703-425-9300

braddock@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/JohnCookVA

 

Supervisor John Foust (Dranesville District)

571-232-6058

dranesville@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/johnfoustva

 

Supervisor Cathy Hudgins (Hunter Mill District)

703-478-0283

hntrmill@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/ReElectHudgins

Supervisor Jeff McKay (Lee District)

703-971-6262

leedist@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/JeffreyCMcKay

 

Supervisor Dan Storck (Mt. Vernon District)

703-780-7518

mtvernon@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/DanStorck

Supervisor Linda Smyth (Providence District)

703-560-6946

provdist@fairfaxcounty.gov

[not on Twitter]

Supervisor Pat Herrity (Springfield District)

703-451-8873

springfield@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/PatHerrity

Supervisor Kathy Smith (Sully District)

703-814-7100

sully@fairfaxcounty.gov

twitter.com/SullySupervisor

Sheriff

Please contact Sheriff Stacey Kincaid at ​703-246-3227 or sheriff@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Talking Points

I am [name] and I am a resident of Fairfax County [or other jurisdiction]. I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors and other county officials to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE. I am calling on Sheriff Kincaid to change her policy of voluntarily sharing the release date and time for any individual held at the Adult Detention Center with ICE and to require a criminal judicial warrant to share information with ICE about any individual or to transfer any individual from the custody of her department to ICE. I would also like to ask her to support the ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All.

Sample Email

Dear Sheriff Kincaid:

As a resident of Fairfax County and your constituent, I urge you to change your policy of voluntarily sharing the release date and time for any individual held at the Adult Detention Center with ICE and to require a criminal judicial warrant to share information with ICE about any individual or to transfer any individual from the custody of your department to ICE. I would also like to ask you to support the ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All to end the county's voluntary collaboration with ICE.

Our immigrant neighbors are under increased attack by the policies of the federal government. Fairfax County should not be complicit in those attacks as it is through current policies. The rights and humanity of all residents of Fairfax County should be respected and protected. I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors and other county officials to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

[Street Address]

Police Chief

Please contact Fairfax County Police Chief Colonel Edwin C. Roessler, Jr., at ​703-246-2195 or chief@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Talking Points

I am [name] and I am a resident of Fairfax County. I am [name] and I am a resident of Fairfax County [or other jurisdiction]. I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors and other county officials to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE. I am calling to urge Chief Roessler to make the changes to the General Orders proposed by Fairfax for All to ensure that all residents of Fairfax County are afforded equal justice and equal safety.​

Sample Email

Dear Chief Roessler:

As a resident of Fairfax County, I urge you to make the changes to the General Orders proposed by Fairfax for All to ensure that all residents of Fairfax County are afforded equal justice and equal safety. I would also like to ask you to support the ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All to end the county's voluntary collaboration with ICE. 

 

The rights and humanity of all residents of Fairfax County should be respected and protected. I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors and other county officials to take action now to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

[Street Address]

School Board

Please contact your School Board Member and the At-Large Members (contact information below). Not sure who your School Board Member is? You can look that up at https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/myneighborhood/.

Talking Points

I am [name] and I am a resident of [Fairfax County district]. I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors and other county officials to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE and am calling to voice my support for the related ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All. I urge the School Board Member to support the ordinance, too.

Sample Email

Dear School Board Member [Name]:

As a resident of Fairfax County and your constituent, I urge you to support the ordinance proposed by Fairfax for All to end the county's voluntary collaboration with ICE. The rights and humanity of all residents of Fairfax County should be respected and protected, including within our schools.

I agree with the 527 people who signed Fairfax for All's petition calling on the Board of Supervisors and other county officials to take action to end the county’s voluntary collaboration with ICE.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

[Street Address]

Contact Information

Karen Corbett Sanders (Chair; Mt. Vernon District)
571-423-1086
klcorbettsan@fcps.edu

 

Ilryong Moon (Vice Chair; At Large)
571-423-1090
ilryong.moon@fcps.edu

 

Sandy Evans (Mason District)

571-423-1083

ssevans@fcps.edu

Pat M. Hynes (Hunter Mill District)
571-423-1082
pat.hynes@fcps.edu

Tamara Derenak Kaufax (Lee District)

571-423-1081

tdkaufax@fcps.edu

Karen Keys-Gamarra (At Large)

571-423-1091

karen.keysgamarra@fcps.edu

Ryan L. McElveen (At Large)

571-423-1089

ryan.mcelveen@fcps.edu

Megan McLaughlin (Braddock District)

571-423-1088

megan.mclaughlin@fcps.edu

Dalia Palchik (Providence District)

571-423-1084

dapalchik@fcps.edu

Elizabeth Schultz (Springfield District)

571-423-1080
elizabeth.schultz@fcps.edu

Jane K. Strauss (Dranesville District)
571-423-1087
jane.strauss@fcps.edu
 

Benjamin Tignor (Student Representative)
571-423-1092
benjamin.tignor@fcps.edu

Thomas Wilson (Sully District)

571-423-1085

tawilson@fcps.edu

Sign and Share Our Petition

Join with us in telling officials in Fairfax County to end their voluntary collaboration with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Sign and share the petition.

 

Write Letters to the Editor, Op-eds, and Blog Posts

We will be sharing suggested talking points you can use to write pieces for local papers and online media to tell Fairfax County officials to end their voluntary collaboration with ICE and to adopt ​the ordinance drafted by Fairfax for All.

Talking points and submission information coming soon.

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