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UPDATED STATEMENT: Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19) and the Fairfax County Democratic Committee

[NOTE: Until further notice, the FCDC office is closed to the public but we are maintaining regular operations.] May 22, 2020 The Fairfax County Democratic Committee (FCDC) is an organization that takes the health and well-being of its members seriously. As such, and because the average member is at increased risk of serious health concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, we will continue to watch the information provided by the Governor, the Virginia Department

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Resolution Urging Governor Northam to Continue Suspension of Evictions

The Fairfax County Democratic Committee Urges the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia To Continue Suspension of Residential Housing Tenant Evictions in Virginia WHEREAS, the current coronavirus pandemic presents a real and very serious threat to every resident of Virginia all of whom face substantial danger of contracting and spreading coronavirus. Tenants of residential housing units in Virginia are required to make payments of rent on a timely basis as defined in their contract. Tenants

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Kiraly Named FCDC Executive Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jack Kiraly (703) 791-9132 jack@fairfaxdemocrats.org Kiraly Named FCDC Executive Director Experienced Campaign Professional Will Manage Organization Through Pivotal Election FAIRFAX – Jack Kiraly has been named Executive Director of the Fairfax County Democratic Committee. He brings to the position extensive experience in campaign organizing and policy advocacy: Last year, Jack managed the successful campaign for Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano, who won the first primary election for the position in

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Fairfax County Democratic Committee Passes Resolution Urging Adoption of Nonpartisan Anti-gerrymandering Reforms

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jack Kiraly (703) 791-9132 jack@fairfaxdemocrats.org Fairfax County Democratic Committee Passes Resolution Urging Adoption of Nonpartisan Anti-gerrymandering Reforms Resolution Passes at Biennial Reorganization Meeting FAIRFAX – Last week, the Fairfax County Democratic Committee (FCDC) passed a resolution supporting a non-partisan or independent redistricting process. The resolution encourages members of the General Assembly representing Fairfax County, to reject SJ18 and the related constitutional amendment. The constitutional amendment contained within SJ18 allows for continued

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Finding our Resolve in this Time of Challenge

click to read in PDF format Statement of Dan Lagana Chair Fairfax County Democratic Committee   February 6, 2019       Finding our Resolve in this Time of Challenge    “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” —Martin Luther King, Jr.   I can’t even begin to tell you how imperative it is that

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Trump-Comstock Tax Bill Responsible for Federal Pay Freeze

Trump-Comstock Tax Bill Responsible for Federal Pay Freeze Massive tax cuts for the wealthy lead to smaller paychecks for middle-class federal employees Donald Trump and Barbara Comstock have cancelled Fairfax County residents’ scheduled pay raises in order to cut taxes for the very richest among us. Comstock’s feigned outrage is laughable, since she enthusiastically voted for the GOP tax bill which caused this mess. In a recent letter to Congress, Trump cited “budgetary concerns” as

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#StandWithRed to protect Virginia's land and water

A message from Fairfax Democrats Chair Dan Lagana: “When they go low, we go high.”  Now, thanks to our very own Del. Mark Keam (D-35), Sen. Chap Petersen (D-S-34) and several other local leaders, this inspirational mantra has a new and very direct political meaning.  For by “go high,” Keam means that those of us who oppose development of two massive 42-inch fracked gas pipelines in some of the most beautiful and mostly untouched land

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#StandWithRed to protect Virginia’s land and water

A message from Fairfax Democrats Chair Dan Lagana: “When they go low, we go high.”  Now, thanks to our very own Del. Mark Keam (D-35), Sen. Chap Petersen (D-S-34) and several other local leaders, this inspirational mantra has a new and very direct political meaning.  For by “go high,” Keam means that those of us who oppose development of two massive 42-inch fracked gas pipelines in some of the most beautiful and mostly untouched land

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