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2011 Election


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I understand that some folks like guns, but one handgun a month ought to be enough, and the General Assembly should focus on other issues.  (But not voter supression and restricting choice.)Read More »Guns

DPVA Chair Message – Working Together

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Dear friend,

As the dust settles from the 2011 campaigns I want to offer you my gratitude for your unwavering support of our Democratic candidates and the causes that bring us together as a party. Having driven about every inch of this Commonwealth over the last several weeks I had a chance to witness first hand just how hard you were working right up to when the polls closed on Tuesday.Read More »DPVA Chair Message – Working Together

What the DPVA Has Been Doing

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Check out this video regarding activities thus far this year, including training , service, fundraising, candidates, and spreading the message.

Five Ways to Advance the Democratic Message

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1. Get Social:  Social media is one of the easiest ways for Democratic activists to communicate with people in their own communities about our Democratic values of justice, fairness and equality of opportunity.  “Like” the DPVA Facebook page and follow the Twitter feed and simply click ‘share’ or ‘retweet’ to put that information directly in front of the Virginians who look to you as a source of political information.Read More »Five Ways to Advance the Democratic Message