Williamsburg DMV is moving!
Virginia DMV Commissioner Holcomb was in the area and gave me a personal tour of the new Williamsburg DMV site, soon to be located right on John Tyler Highway. It was still well under construction when I visited, but I hear it will be ready for customers some time in October! The new space is almost 3,000 sq. ft. larger and, once operational, will have 3 additional Service Windows to better accommodate the needs of our growing community. And there'll even be more parking! I'm excited to see the final product.
Back To School
Before the kids went back to school, the Grove community came together to make sure all students had the supplies they needed.
The Mason/Mullin Association is going head-to-head in the third week of Fantasy Football. Who will come out on top?
The W&M Young Democrats are back!
Most of my favorite college students are William & Mary Young Democrats! They're back on campus for the semester and in full force. It was a blast attending their meeting this month with my good friend, Senator Monty Mason. My favorite question was from an out-of-state student regarding gerrymandering and noncompetitive districts, to which I shared my unwavering support for a nonpartisan redistricting commission in 2021. We even got to sing Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam happy birthday!
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I was happy to spend Labor Day among friends, family, and union members on the Peninsula. We have this day and weekends, because of the tireless efforts of unions.
Michael P. Mullin
It was great to be with Attorney General Mark Herring at the Newport News Democrats' annual fish fry!
Laura and I celebrated 10 years of marriage this month, and I'm still as shocked as I am in the picture that we get to do this thing called life together.
Thank you to the Rotary Club of the Historic Triangle for having me at your meeting!
Each year in Richmond, Senators and Delegates have the opportunity to propose Joint Resolutions to commend people or programs from their communities who are deserving of recognition. I had the honor of presenting two of the resolutions I was able to introduce last session to the Newport News City Council this month. One of these resolutions is in memory of the late Ella Fitzgerald on her 100th birthday. Born and raised in Newport News, she went on to be the first female vocalist to win a Grammy, among accomplishing other amazing feats. The second commends the hard work and success of the Summer Enrichment and Training Program (STEP) that partners with local businesses and offices to provide summer jobs to young people in need. I am proud to represent the great city of Newport News!
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