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9/11/2020 Qasim Rashid in Prince William County at “Early Bird Push to the Polls” STAFFORD, VA. – Qasim Rashid, Democratic candidate for Congress in Virginia’s 1st District will be speaking to voters in Dumfries, VA. This is part of a community event called “Early Bird Push to the Polls” co-hosted by Heart 4 The Community Initiative, #ENOUGH!, Two Mics Up, United Black Council, Riddick Entertainment & Events, and PW Perspective. This event is free of charge and open to the public.  Who:  Qasim Rashid, Democratic candidate for Congress in

9/11/2020 "It is my hope that we take today as an opportunity to remember those who we have lost, to show compassion to those around us, and to act against injustice and discrimination whenever we see it." says Rashid STAFFORD, VA – Today, Qasim Rashid, Democratic Candidate for VA-01, released the following statement in remembrance of 9/11.  "Today is the 19th anniversary of September 11th, 2001, a day that changed our nation and the world forever. As Americans, we mourn the 2,977 innocent lives lost on 9/11

9/7/2020 "It is not lost on me or my campaign that the working people on the frontlines of this pandemic are for the most part people of color, immigrants, and women,” says Rashid STAFFORD, VA – Today, Qasim Rashid, Democratic Candidate for VA-01, releases the following statement on today’s Labor Day holiday.  “On this Labor Day, I want to take an opportunity to thank and honor our incredible essential workers. Our teachers, eldercare givers, nurses, hospital workers, grocery store workers, meatpacking workers, and warehouse workers.  We are grateful

9/4/2020 "I hope my opponent stands with me in condemning Donald Trump’s unpatriotic rhetoric” says Rashid STAFFORD, VA – Today, Qasim Rashid, Democratic Candidate for VA-01 spoke out about President Trump’s reported comments that military service  is for “suckers” and “losers.”  “I condemn the President’s disparaging remarks toward America’s military heroes, and I hope my Republican opponent can do the same” says Qasim Rashid. “My brother served in the Marine Corps because he believes - our family believes - in American Democracy. This does not make him