The Democrat

2014

April 2014 Democrat

The second issue of the redesigned The Democrat is now available. The April 2014 issue will capture your interest with

  •  Congressman Jim’s Moran newest fight on Capitol Hill to end the inhumane abuses of animals,
  • Delegate Ken Plum’s Report Card of the 2014 General Assembly session, and
  • Supervisor Jeff McKay’s discussion on the Fairfax County legislative package.

Read National Affairs Guest Author, Lori Wallach’s article on the NAFTA expansion agreement, Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP); find out why the Labor Committee says “to restore our middle class, workers must be free to organize and participate in unions without fear of retaliation;” discover who should receive our congratulations in our “People in the News” section, and hear about what the FCDC Technology Committee has been very busy doing.

This and more can be found in the April 2014 issue of The Democrat.

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March 2014 The Democrat

Take a moment and review the redesigned monthly publication, The Democrat. The March 2014 issue will capture your interest with

  • Congressman Gerry Connolly’s powerful article about his Northern Virginia archival project,
  • Senate Majority Leader Richard Saslaw’s take on what’s happening in Richmond, and
  • Chairman’s Bulova’s talk about the Fairfax County budget.

Learn about how the Governor is keeping his campaign promise of “Putting Jobs First.” Find out more about the topic of the program of our next FCDC Meeting from the National Affairs Committee, shed a tear when reading our human interest story, Remembering Shirley Carson, and review the volunteer opportunities and Headquarters News.

This and more can be found in the March 2014 issue of The Democrat.

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About The Democrat

Democratic newsThe Democrat is the monthly newsletter of the Fairfax County Democratic Committee, and its purpose is to provide information to Committee members and other interested persons through district reports, committee reports, news articles, campaign notices, and flyers. Views expressed do not necessarily represent those of the FCDC unless specifically approved by an appropriate Committee Resolution.

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