Don, daughters Christina and Ashley, son Jon, and wife Joyce
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Don served 20 years in the Army and Air Force including time as an international arms control inspector in the former Soviet Union
The district includes parts of Prince William and all of Manassas Park. Click to learn if you live in HD-13.
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RICHMOND — The national firestorm over an Indiana law that some say legalizes discrimination against gay and lesbian people has spilled over into a Virginia House of Delegates race.
Del. Robert G. Marshall (R-Prince William) is defending the Indiana law, to the chagrin of his Democratic challenger, Don Shaw, who called the effort “offensive.”
Marshall said the law signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is similar to a law that Virginia has had on the books for years.
PRINCE WILLIAM- Donald B. "Don" Shaw, II is the only candidate for Delegate in Virginia's 13th House District to qualify for the Democratic primary before today's 5pm deadline. As a result, the nominating contest has been canceled, and Don Shaw is now the official Democratic nominee for Delegate. Shaw will face off against Delegate Robert G. Marshall (R-13) in the November 3rd general election.
MANASSAS PARK- Earlier today, InsideNova.com reported that two people were taken into custody after they were reported to be wielding a rifle in the vicinity of Cougar and Manassas Park elementary schools. The schools were immediately placed on lockdown, and buses departed the schools with police escorts. There were no injuries reported.
Almost 400 years ago, the first elected legislative body in North America, the Virginia House of Burgesses, was established. Many great leaders, including Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, George Mason, and George Washington served in what became the Virginia House of Delegates.
At the beginning of this year's General Assembly session, Speaker Bill Howell reminded the members of the House of Delegates that, "Our fellow citizens demand honor, integrity, and civility.
Gainesville, Virginia – January 14, 2014 - We need a vision for the future of western Prince William County. It seems self-evident, and some would say that one exists in the form of the Prince William County Comprehensive Plan. The county website states that the Comprehensive Plan, "provides guidance for land use development decisions made by the Planning Commission and the Board of County Supervisors." This is not exactly inspiring stuff. What I am advocating is an answer to the question, "Where do you see your area in 20 years?" In other words, what do we want to be when we