30 Mar 2012
March 30, 2012

DNC Weekly Update – 3/30

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Security, jobs, energy, healthcare, budget, and a bunch of reasons why President Obama is so much better than Romney.  [download  id = 181]




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I will be joining the Virginia Young Democrats for their State Convention this weekend and giving a presentation on Delegate Selection, Sunday at 10:00 am (brunch).  The 2012 VAYD Convention is being held in Richmond, VA on the weekend of March 30 – April 1.  Convention business will be held at the Doubletree Richmond Downtown..




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27 Mar 2012
March 27, 2012

DNC Re-Elect

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I am seeking re-election as one of Virginia’s two male At-Large members of the DNC at our June 2, 2012 State Convention in Fairfax.  I will be posting information on the campaign at the new DNC Re-Elect Page on this site.  In 2008, I was part of an Obama/Clinton DNC Unity Team which worked quickly to help..




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25 Mar 2012
March 25, 2012

Vote for Libby on Tuesday!

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This Tuesday, there will be a special election to fill a vacancy on the Arlington County Board.  Libby Garvey is a smart and dedicated community leader who has served 15 years on the school board and will be a great addition to the county board.  She has a lot of support, but special elections typically have a very..




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Here are friday’s and other recent DNC updates (apologize for technical difficulties). 




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06 Mar 2012
March 6, 2012

Stupor Tuesday in Virginia

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Romney wins Virginia with 50.5%, Paul, 49.5%.  Romney wins 43 delegates, Paul wins 3 (3rd CD), 3 uncommitted Super Delegates.  More interesting – 2008 Democratic turnout was 986,000 voters; 2008 GOP turnout was 489, 000.  Today, GOP total was only 265,000 voters (about 5% of total voters).  Pitiful.




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Education, jobs, veterans, energy, & women, including a statement from Virginia’s own National Committeewoman Mame Reiley, who chairs the DNC Women’s Caucus, on Women’s History Month: “We know that over the course of American history, women have fought bravely for the right to participate fully alongside men in the voting booth, in the board room, and..




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There will be a GOP presidential primary – of a sort – in Virginia on March 6, 2012, offering a choice between Mitt Romney and Ron Paul.   President Obama was the only candidate who filed for the Democratic primary, so it is cancelled and he wins all the delegates.  On June 12, 2012, both parties..




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