Our job right now:
1) Come together and use our voices— make signs, bring friends!
2) Force the local media to cover the TrumpCare fight—we’ll be sending a press release
3) Make sure our Senators know that we expect them to withhold consent and filibuster the bill by amendment
Our job right now:
Pursuant to the authority provided by the Virginia Democratic Party Plan, the 58th District House of Delegates Nominating Committee hereby calls an Assembled Caucus to be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 3, 2017, with doors to open at 9:30, a.m. in the auditorium of the Sutherland Middle School, 2801 Powell Creek Drive, Charlottesville, Virginia, 22911.
Join Justin Fairfax at C'Ville Coffee Saturday May 6th to meet and engage with the Lieutenant General candidate.
April 30, 2017 - 5:00 - 7:00pm
Join Mr. Khizr Khan in a fundraiser to support the Albemarle County Democratic Committee and its 2017 candidates!
Khizr Khan and his wife, Ghazala Khan, received international attention after they appeared last year at the Democratic National Convention and Mr. Khan gave a speech criticizing several of Donald Trump's policies, including his proposed ban on Muslim immigrants. Mr. and Mrs. Khan are the parents of Humayun Khan, who was killed in 2004 during the Iraq War.
Our April 26 caucus to elect Delegates to the 5th District Convention has been CANCELLED. We received less than the required amount of delegate candidates required so those that filed are elected.
NOTICE OF ALBEMARLE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS
The ALBEMARLE County Democratic Committee hereby announces that it will hold an assembled caucus beginning at 6:30 p.m. on April 26, 2017 at the Jefferson Madison Regional Library Central Branch 201 E Market St, Charlottesville, VA 22902 for the purpose of electing 34 delegates and 17 alternates to the 5th Congressional District Democratic Convention. The Convention to elect the members of the 5th Congressional District Democratic Committee will be held on May 13, 2017 at 12 noon at the Northside Library, 705 Rio Road West, Charlottesville, VA 22901 .
Any person wishing to seek election as a delegate or alternate must file with Patty Haling, Chair of the Albemarle County Democratic Committee, via email no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 21, 2017. A voluntary administrative fee of $10.00 for the local and a $20.00 fee for the 5th Congressional District Convention for a total of $30 will be charged at the time of filing.
Doors to the caucus open at 6:00 p.m. for check-in. Caucus Participation Forms must be filled out by any person attending the caucus prior to participating in the caucus. At 6:30 p.m. the doors to the caucus will close and no person may complete a form and participate in the caucus after that time with the exception of those persons in line at 6:30 p.m.
If only one person files for each delegate or alternate position, the caucus will be cancelled. In this event the Chair will publicly announce the cancellation, proclaim the individuals properly filed as the duly nominated delegates and alternates, and so advice those individuals.
For further information, please contact Patty Haling, Chair, Albemarle County Democratic Committee at 434-260-1592 or go to www.albemarledems.org/delegatescaucus/ to download forms.
Authorized and paid for by the Albemarle County Democratic Committee
April 17, 2017 - 5:30PM-7:15PM - JMRL Central Branch
This month's Albemarle County Democrats meeting will feature a visit from Lt. Gov Ralph Northam, alongside discussions about our upcoming fundraiser, caucuses, and the primary in June. We'll also be discussing opportunities to get involved throughout the summer, and on to election day.
Join us for a lively discussion and the chance to find out how you can help keep Virginia blue.
5th District Rep. Tom Garrett has been unwilling to meet with his constituents in a public forum to explain why he is continuing to march in lockstep with an increasingly unhinged Trump administration. This coming week is a congressional recess during which members of congress are traditionally expected to hold town hall meetings in their districts. Garrett has refused to schedule any such events, so we’re going to help him out by holding a town hall without him!
Please join Indivisible Charlottesville and other local grassroots organizations to ask the questions that we, as constituents, deserve answers to and to demonstrate, in no uncertain terms, that tolerance of Trump's hateful agenda is unacceptable!
Sunday, February 26 at 2 p.m.
Charlottesville High School Cafeteria
1400 Melbourne Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22901
Dr. Ralph Northam, Lieutenant Governor
Candidate for Governor
From the Eastern Shore, Ralph Northam attended VMI and served as a doctor in the Army before becoming a pediatric neurologist in Norfolk. Ralph was elected to the Virginia Senate in 2007 and as Lieutenant Governor in 2013. He is now running for Governor in 2017 to build on the economic progress Virginia has made.
Sunday | February 12th | 6:30pm
Home of Joan Fenton
Address Upon RSVP ~ Downtown, Charlottesville, VA
Please R.S.V.P. to Polly Pfeiffer at Polly@RalphNortham.com
or register online at https://act.myngp.com/northam/cvillemeetgreet.
Join us for a Rock & Rally at The Jefferson Theatre for Tom Perriello, candidate for Governor of Virginia in 2017. The evening will feature live music from the Perriello Pickers -- an all-star bluegrass band with members of Love Canon and Walker's Run -- the Michael Coleman Band, Eli Cook Band, and Sarah White and Harli Saxon. Tom will speak to the crowd about his progressive campaign and how he will work to keep Virginia a firewall against the politics of hate.
Tickets are available at tomforvirginia.com/rock-and-rally
For questions or to RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW WOULD YOU SHAPE ALBEMARLE'S FUTURE ECONOMY?
A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION HOSTED BY COUNTY
SUPERVISORS DIANTHA MCKEEL AND BRAD SHEFFIELD
Monday, February 6 at 6:00 PM
Northside Library - 705 Rio Rd. West
Albemarle County is facing critical choices about how our approach to economic development should evolve to ensure a vibrant, sustainable economy of the future that reflects community preferences and values. As a county we are grappling with important questions... Are we taking advantage of our strong assets and unique strengths to grow an economy that supports jobs and capital
investment that sustain us as a community? Are we missing opportunities to nurture the start up and growth of desirable local businesses? What kind of business ventures can best flourish within the guidelines of our Comprehensive Plan and generate tax revenues to pay for needed community services? How do we attract and retain the workers we need to keep those businesses successful?
The community is invited to attend this discussion on Monday, February 6 at 6PM at the Northside Library to learn more about the basics of economic development, meet the County's cross functional economic development team, and join the critical conversation about where our future economy should be heading.
The meeting will begin with a short presentation, followed by community discussion moderated by Supervisors McKeel and Sheffield.