In The News
The invitation to step into Endless Summer Harvest’s walk-in cooler to escape Monday afternoon’s heat was accepted with a smile from Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA-10).
Read more at the Leesburg Today here.
U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-10th, visited Marker-Miller Orchards on Monday as part of her first official tour of agricultural businesses throughout her district.
Read more at the Winchester Star here.
A panel of highly educated, powerful women exhorted girls in the 10th Congressional District’s Young Women Leadership Program to find their passion and embrace failure on the path to success Wednesday at Shenandoah University’s Halpin-Harrison Hall.
You can’t talk about tourism without talking about the Dulles International Airport.
Panda Power Funds ceremonially broke ground Thursday on a natural-gas power plant that will provide electricity for up to 778,000 homes and generate $7.1 billion to the area’s economy in its first 10 years.
Detective Bill Woolf described how human traffickers use all tools possible, including social media, to lure victims anywhere and everywhere, including Tysons Corner, Great Falls and McLean.
Read more at the Great Falls Connection here.
As part of her Young Women Leadership Program, Virginia 10th district Congresswoman Barbara Comstock is hosting a panel of local female leaders for an hour-long discussion on human trafficking.
Read more at the McLean Patch here.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) was one of many U.S. lawmakers grilling officials Wednesday over the massive hack into federal employees’ personal data — even though she doesn’t serve on the relevant committee.
Like so many of my constituents, I have been privileged that my career included service as a federal employee. I worked for my predecessor, Congressman Frank Wolf as a senior aide and served as a senior official at the Department of Justice after September 11th.