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Why do politicians forget about the Hispanic communities In Loudoun?

The Hispanic population in Loudoun County is a force to be reckoned with, comprising approximately 14%-16% (60,000) of the population. However, despite being the third largest ethnic group in the county, they are the ONLY group that does not have ANY representation on the school board or board of supervisors. This is a grave injustice and it is time to speak up.

Let’s take a look at the numbers – 65%-70% (42,000) of the Hispanic population lives in Sterling. Yet, Brenda Sheridan, the LCPS SB rep, and Koran Saines, the BOS rep, both conveniently drive-by this community that they are supposed to represent. Instead, they are too focused on their own agendas, ignoring the needs of the Hispanic community.

To add insult to injury, the Hispanic community has NEVER had any representation. They are the forgotten community that is only considered when it’s time to collect taxes. It’s a slap in the face to see Democrats taking the Hispanic vote for granted, promising the world but delivering nothing in return.

The time for change is NOW. The Hispanic community in Loudoun County deserves proper representation, a voice, and to be heard. It is a disgrace to continue to allow this to happen. It’s time to stand up and demand what is rightfully theirs. The Hispanic community needs representation and they need it NOW.

Section 1: Introduction

Hispanic communities have been an integral part of the United States since its inception. Despite this fact, it is disappointing that politicians have consistently ignored the needs and concerns of the Hispanic population. This blog post will explore why politicians tend to forget about the Hispanic communities and what can be done to address this issue.

The Hispanic population is the largest minority group in the United States, making up over 18% of the total population. Yet, politicians often overlook their needs in favor of other groups, leaving them feeling marginalized and ignored.

As parents, it is important to understand why this is happening so that we can advocate for our families and ensure that our voices are heard.

Section 2: Historical Context

The history of Hispanic communities in the United States is a long and complex one. From the Spanish colonization of the Americas to the Mexican-American War, Hispanic people have been a part of this country for centuries.

Despite this long history, politicians have often neglected the needs of Hispanic communities. This can be traced back to the early days of the United States, when policies were put in place to exclude certain groups from participating in government.

These policies have had a lasting impact on Hispanic communities, making it difficult for them to gain political power and have their voices heard by those in power.

Section 3: Lack of Representation

One of the main reasons why politicians forget about Hispanic communities is the lack of representation in government. Hispanic people are severely underrepresented in Congress, with only a handful of Hispanic lawmakers serving in both the House and Senate.

Without representation, it is difficult for politicians to understand the needs of Hispanic communities and to advocate for policies that will benefit them.

As parents, it is important to support Hispanic candidates and to push for more representation in government to ensure that our voices are heard.

Section 4: Stereotypes and Misconceptions

Another reason why politicians forget about Hispanic communities is due to stereotypes and misconceptions. Many politicians view Hispanics as a monolithic group, ignoring the diversity that exists within the community.

These stereotypes and misconceptions can lead to policies that are not tailored to the specific needs of Hispanic communities, leaving them feeling ignored and marginalized.

It is important for parents to educate themselves and their children about the diversity within the Hispanic community to break down these stereotypes and misconceptions.

Section 5: Language Barriers

Language barriers can also play a role in why politicians forget about Hispanic communities. Many Hispanic people are not fluent in English, making it difficult for them to engage with politicians and participate in the political process.

Politicians need to take steps to ensure that language barriers do not prevent Hispanic people from having their voices heard. This can include providing translation services at public events and making sure that all government materials are available in both English and Spanish.

As parents, it is important to encourage bilingualism in our children and to advocate for policies that make it easier for Hispanic people to engage with politicians.

Section 6: Lack of Outreach

Politicians often forget about Hispanic communities because they do not make an effort to engage with them. Many politicians only focus on the needs of their core constituencies, ignoring groups that they perceive as not being important to their campaign.

It is important for politicians to reach out to Hispanic communities and listen to their concerns. This can be done by holding town hall meetings, attending community events, and creating advisory boards to ensure that Hispanic voices are heard.

As parents, we can also play a role in encouraging politicians to engage with our communities and to advocate for policies that benefit our families.

Section 7: Lack of Resources

Hispanic communities often lack the resources needed to engage with politicians and participate in the political process. This can include things like access to transportation, internet access, and education.

Politicians need to ensure that resources are available to all communities, including Hispanic communities, to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to participate in the political process.

As parents, it is important to advocate for policies that provide resources to our communities and to ensure that our children have access to the education and resources they need to succeed.

Section 8: Political Polarization

The current political climate in the United States is highly polarized, making it difficult for politicians to find common ground and work together to address the needs of all communities.

Hispanic communities often become a casualty of this polarization, with politicians ignoring their needs in favor of their political agendas.

It is important for parents to encourage politicians to work together and find common ground, even when they disagree on other issues.

Section 9: Conclusion

Politicians forgetting about Hispanic communities is a complex issue that requires a multifaceted solution. By working together and advocating for policies that benefit our communities, we can ensure that our voices are heard and that our needs are addressed.

As parents, it is important to educate ourselves and our children about the political process and to advocate for policies that benefit our families and our communities.

Section 10: Call to Action

As parents, we have a responsibility to advocate for our families and ensure that our voices are heard by those in power. Here are some ways that we can make a difference:- Support Hispanic candidates for political office:

– Encourage politicians to engage with Hispanic communities
– Advocate for policies that benefit our communities
– Educate ourselves and our children about the political process
– Vote in every election to ensure that our voices are heard

Jeniffer Wexton on:

public Safety

Crime has vaulted near the top of voters’ concerns, just after the economy and inflation. According to Gallup, 80 percent of Americans worry “a great deal” or a “fair amount” about crime, the highest level in two decades.


Such fears pose yet another midterm election hurdle for Democrats, on top of public angst over soaring prices and President Biden’s dismal public approval ratings.


As a former prosecutor, substitute judge, legal advocate for children, state Senator, and as a legislator, Jennifer Wexton should be well aware that our society is a dangerous place. Wexton should understand that our children, the elderly, and everyone else in between needs to be protected from violent criminals and repeat offenders. She ignores this and advocates on their behalf with light sentences, “no cash bail”, Criminal Justice Reform, and Restorative Justice.


Do you recall the rape of a (15) year old girl in a Loudoun County High School bathroom in May 2021 by a transgendered student? If this wasn’t bad enough, “Criminal Justice Reform” allowed for the rapists sentenced to be reduced, removing him from the sexual assault registry and providing supervised probation. To make matters worse, the Loudoun County Public Schools Superintendent Scott Ziegler IGNORED the federally mandated processes and procedures when incidents of this nature occur, and now Wexton is abolishing Title IX protections under HR5-Equality Act.


Jennifer Wexton got the ball rolling on the rapists lenient sentence by introducing Bill NO. 1082 in 2017, which passed (and she’s proud of it, see video during meeting with NAACP).

In 2019, Wexton proudly endorsed Buta Biberaj for Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney. Prior to being elected, Biberaj was the legal redress for the Loudoun NAACP; this is not an insignificant detail. Biberaj also belongs to the Virginia Progressive Prosecutors For Justice. The VPPFJ’s primary goal is “Criminal Justice Reform” or “Restorative Justice”.


Wexton, Biberaj are closely aligned Progressive ideologues and share questionable associations with a variety of organizations and people.

Who could forget the Black Lives Matter riots of 2020 over George Floyd. Wexton is so radical that she sponsored the “George Floyd Justice Policing Act” (defund the police) and the “Mental Health Justice Act” that allowed for increased funding for social workers that are meant to take the place of police officers around the country.


These are only a few examples of what Wexton and the Progressive Democrats “Criminal Justice Reform” and “Restorative Justice” look like for Public Safety:


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