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Help raise funds to turn the 10th Congressional District Blue in 2014
and prepare FCDC for some 2015 wins in the House of Delegates!
SPECIAL GUESTS: Congressmen Jim Moran and Gerry Connolly Future Congressmen Don Beyer and John Foust

Event Description:
Part II in a series of Events to support our Red to Blue Program
Home of Alan Krishnan
Date & Time:

July 27, 2014 at 3:00 PM

12607 Franklin Farm Road
Herndon, VA 20171

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Attention residents of Virginia’s 48th House District:

A special election for August 19, 2014 has been called to fill the vacant seat in the 48th District of the Virginia House of Delegates.  Our Democratic Nominee is Rip Sullivan.48th Dist Map VPAP

Click here to see if you are registered to vote in the 48th District – Enter your info and click on “Districts”

Click the image to the right to view a map of the 48th District (courtesy of the Virginia Public Access Project)

The 48th District contains portions of North Arlington, Fort Myer and Crystal City, as well as parts of McLean in Fairfax County.

Regular polling places in the district will be open August 19th from 6am-7pm.
Early Voting will be available for those who qualify to vote absentee.
In-person absentee voting for Fairfax County voters:

  • at the Dolley Madison Library in McLean,  Saturday August 9th and 16th, 12:00-5:00pm.
  • at the Fairfax County Government Center, July 14 through August 15
    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8 am – 4:30 pmThursdays: 8 am – 7 pm
    Last day of absentee voting in person at the Government Center: Saturday, August 16 from 9 am – 5 pm

In-person absentee voting for Arlington County voters:

  • at Courthouse Plaza, July 14th-August 16th
    Monday – Friday: 8am-5pm; Saturday August 16th, 8:30am-5pm

Mail-in Absentee voting:

Application deadline August 12th
Ballot return deadline August 19th

July 2014 The Democrat »

July 2014 The Democrat

Discover in the July 2014 The Democrat issue 

July 2014 Cover of The Democrat

  • Why Senator Kaine  believes innovative outside-the-box solutions can help tackle the costs of college education,
  • Why Delegate Bulova’s  states “despite setbacks, thanks to the Democratic leadership, the General Assembly was able to move many issues forward”,
  • Why Supervisor Hudgins believes that the need for alternative and multiple commuting modes of transportation is as critical today as it was in the 1920s, and
  • Why Supervisor Hyland believes that Fairfax County should put the meals tax on the ballot in 2016.

Download and read why Fairfax School Board Member Jane Strauss says the School Board’s vote to increase elementary instruction for students is a good change.  Read and respond to The Democrat’s column – Point/Counterpoint: The Meals Tax.  See why our FCDC Labor Committee is saying  labor is committed to immigrant rights. Read Part II of the FCDC’s National Affairs Committee’s series of national issues and questions of concern to Democrats.

Need to catch up on what the campaigns are doing?  Read about the 2014 Senatorial and Congressional candidates and their campaigns in the Campaign Trail Report. This and more in the July issue of The Democrat.

Open and read your  issue of  the July 2014 The Democrat  today.

Dinner & Discussion: Labor and the Democrats with Dan Duncan »

Labor has long been an integral part of the Democratic Party. Organized labor has been under assault for decades, diminishing its ability to help workers improve their living standards. It is not a coincidence that the decline of organized labor tracks the increase in income inequality and stagnating wages for most Americans.

What can we Democrats do about this, especially in a “Right to Work” state like Virginia? How can we work more closely with organized labor to elect Democrats who can turn this around? What are the priorities of organized labor and how can we help?

Come discuss these issues, and more, with Dan Duncan, the President of NOVA Labor. He will give a short presentation and leave plenty of time for discussion.

This month our Dinner & Discussion event is being co-hosted by the Providence &  Braddock Democrats, and is being held at Brion’s Grille in University Mall across from the GMU campus.

Date: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Dinner: 6:30pm
Discussion: 7:00 – 8:30pm
Location: Brion’s Grill, 10621 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA 22032 (map)
Click here to RSVP online. (Please RSVP by July 17 so the restaurant can adequately prepare for our visit.)

The only cost for this event is your dinner. We have arranged a special buffet of four entrees (including Brion’s Grille famous fried chicken) and four sides for only $13 (plus tax and tip). RSVPs are required if you will be having the buffet and must be received by July 17. You can still attend without a RSVP, but you may not be able to take advantage of the buffet and service may be slower as the restaurant will be staffing according to our projections. Please bring cash.

46th Annual Mason District Democratic Crab Feast »

crabfeast246th Annual Mason District Democratic Crab Feast

September 6, 2014 at 7:00 PM
The Home of Sonny Schick
3219 Valley Lane
Falls Church, VA 22044

Please park at 6201 Leesburg Pike (Map) across Juniper Lane from Sears at Seven Coroners. Shuttle Service begins at 6:30pm

Click here to purchase your Pre-sale tickets today!

Click here for the flyer

Pre-Sale Ticket Reservations (Before September 4): After September 4th then add $5 to all ticket prices. (No cash transactions at the door)


For more information call:
Rachel Rifkind at 703-941-9574

Lee District Annual Liberty Luau 2014 »

CYMERA_20140610_142706Lee District Democratic Committee invites you to join the Lee District Annual Liberty Luau 2014

Date: Saturday, July 12, 2014, 6pm to 10pm

Location: Home of Susie Warner
6229 Edison Drive, Alexandria, VA  22310 (map)

Click here to purchase tickets
Click here for the flyer

For more information contact:
Steve Bunn and Alex Kirkland, Co-Chairs

Independence Day Opportunities »

Thank you to everyone who volunteered at our Independence Day events in Great Falls, Langley, Vienna, Clifton, Fairfax and Lorton!

Dinner & Discussion Wednesday, June 18th »

Need ammunition at your July 4th picnic with your conservative family members when they repeat Republican falsehoods?  Come get stocked up with facts to throw back at them!
Dean Baker
Dean Baker, Co-Director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research
Will join us for a
Dinner & Discussion
to talk about a comparison of the Democratic and Republican policies for economic growth
When:  Wednesday, June 18th, 2014
6:30 order dinner; 7:00 program begins
Where:  Café Italia II
7395 Lee Highway
Falls Church, VA  22042 (map)
Click here for the flyer
Click here for the facebook event page
Co-Hosted by the Providence District Democrats and the Fairfax Democrats’ Finance Committee

Cafe Italia$15 FCDC Specials (plus tax/tip) – Menu items:
Soup or Salad
Entrée Choice of Eggplant Parmesan, Lasagna, Gnocchi Pomodoro & Basil, Spaghetti Marinara or Chicken Piccata
Cannoli for Dessert
Regular menu will also be available

We hope to see you there!

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