The Rappahannock County Democratic Committee is proud to support and join the Dr. Cameron Webb campaign for Congress in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District for an epic End-Of-Quarter fundraising event! On Wednesday, September 30th from 7-9 pm EDT, we and many others are joining the campaign to rally behind Dr. Webb and showcase why he is the best candidate to win VA-05 over in November.
Click the following link to open the schedule for the Democratic National Convention to be held this week, August 17-20.
Here’s a direct link to watch https://www.demconvention.com/watch-the-convention/
or go to https://www.demconvention.com/ to get to the homepage. The website is easy to navigate to find the schedule, livestream, store and more.
And don’t forget to join other Virginians for a virtual watch party on August 20th https://www.mobilize.us/vavictory/event/296440/?fbAllocation=control_2&rname=Mary-Sherman&share_context=event_details&share_medium=mailto
For information about Mark Warner ClICK HERE
For information about Dr. B. Cameron Webb CLICK HERE
We need volunteers to prepare postcards in their homes!
We need to get the word out about mail-in voting for the June 23 primary! We have cards, address labels, and stamps—but we need volunteers to put the parts together and send them off. We have 1000 to mail! We’ll drop off 50 cards (or more, if you want them), with labels and stamps to your porch or mailbox, a no-contact transaction. Please contact Mary-Sherman Willis to volunteer: chair@RappDems.org.
(message courtesy of https://madisonhuddle.org/)
With many government offices in Virginia closed for face-to-face business due to the coronavirus pandemic, new voter registrations in April plummeted from levels typically seen in high-interest presidential election years. The state saw just 5,467 new voter registrations in April, a 73 percent drop from the same month in 2016 and an 81 percent decrease from 2012, according to registration data published by the Virginia Department of Elections and compiled by the Virginia Public Access Project. https://www.virginiamercury.com/2020/05/14/virginia-sees-new-voter-registrations-plummet-in-april/
Tram Nguyen, co-executive director of progressive advocacy group New Virginia Majority, said that her organization registered about 9,000 voters in April of 2016. This year, she said, that work — which helps reach people who are less inclined to enter sensitive personal information into a website — has “pretty much stopped.”
Clearly, this does not bode well for this year’s elections (unless you’re a Republican). Please verify your registration and request an absentee ballot citing reason “2A My disability or illness” (social distancing during COVID-19). Please share this message with others in your personal network.
Click the following link to verify your registration and request an absentee ballot: https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation
Pick your Democratic nominee for President on Super Tuesday, March 3!
Just go to your regular polling station (see below if you need help finding it). Doors open at 6 AM and close promptly at 7 PM (though if you’re in line at 7 PM, you can still vote). Bring your photo ID.
If you have questions or problems on Tuesday, the Virginia Hotline Number is (844) 4VA-VOTE or (844) 482-8683.