Chairman Richard Cranwell and Northern Virginia elected Democrats addressed a rally today in Annandale, down the road from the Republican gubernatorial candidate’s announcement. Cranwell praised all three Democratic candidates, recalled the successes of the Warner and Kaine administrations (best managed state in the country, etc.), and made it clear that the GOP candidate opposed those..
As we reported at the time, the 2008 Democratic National Convention adopted a resolution calling for the new DNC Chair to establish a Democratic Change Commission to consider controversial issues which arose in the 2008 presidential nomination process and recommend changes in that process to the DNC. The Resolution directed the Commission to move the delegate..
The DNC/Organizing for America had a short, but excellent fundraiser at the Warner Theater in DC tonight. Tony “I’ve always been a Democrat” Bennett showed that he still has great pipes and great stage presence. Govenor Kaine talked about the roles of the DNC as political arm of the White House, supporter of state parties, and..
Jody Wagner filed her signatures at the State Board of Elections on Tuesday and 12:00 noon, becoming the first, and so far only, candidate to file for Lt. Governor. Jody’s prompt filing gives her first place on the ballot this fall. Jody filed a total of 17,858 signatures from across the Commonwealth. Jody thanked her supporters..
Following its February 2009 Democratic Party, the DPVA finalized guidelines and schedule for the election of the 2009-2013 State Central Committee. The State Central Committee (SCC) is the state equivalent of the Democratic National Committee. It is composed of 20 elected members from each congressional district, plus three city/county chairs, and one general assembly member..
“All life is action and passion, it is required of a man that he should share the passion and action of his time, the the peril of being not to have lived.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. Those of us who have watched Brian Moran’s career know that he is a man of action, but over..
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I was proud to represent Virginia on the Democratic National Committee for 12 years. I am in DC now, but still active in voter protection and Democratic Party rules. More about me, click here.