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The Democratic Party of Virginia and Organizing for America-Virginia put on a very useful four-hour training today at George Mason University. About 150 people attending including long time party and OFA activists, as well as people new to the area or new to politics. Sessions were led by DPVA and OFA staff including Brandyn Keating and Don Mark, but the sessions were mostly workshop format and a great many people discussed best practices. Topics included organization building, local committee activities, GOTV, voter contact, and earned media. It was interesting to see the different approaches of party and community activists. I don’t think I have ever actually crafted my “personal story” before; it needs work. But it was all good – DPVA and OFA-VA are at most two sides of the same coin, and many people are active in both. I look forward to additional training including more in-depth focus on the topics and local sessions.
VA DNC Member
I am proud to represent Virginia as one of our five elected members of the Democratic National Committee. This site features my regular reports from the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Party of Virginia , occasional news and comment regarding Virginia politics, and useful links and references. More about me, click here.
- A. E. Dick Howard column: Redistricting Commission amendment is a landmark, but work remains to put it in the Virgi… https://t.co/OdBq5wSMFk
about 6 hours ago
- Va. legislation will boost access for absentee voters https://t.co/NMZFfJMZTb via @insidenova Good bill! .@dpvavote
about 6 hours ago
- Parliament rulz. https://t.co/9BRnw5zzOM
about 22 hours ago