FRONT ROYAL — As campaign season begins to wrap up, April Moore, D-Basye, appears comfortable in her embattled position running against long-time Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg.
On Thursday evening, Moore continued her fight to displace the conservative Republican she ran against in 2015. Moore, who was raised in a conservative home and said she lives her life with, what her parents would call “conservative” values, said she was running because Obenshain has shown himself to be a “party man” rather than a representative of the people in Warren County.
WE NEED YOU! Knock on Doors to support our Democratic nominees: Laura Galante, for Delegate in Virginia’s 18th District, and April Moore for Senate District 26!
This is a close race and YOUR ACTIONS may push that winning vote on November 5! We’re canvassing county voters every weekend until Election Day on November 5. Join us at a shift listed below. Bring your smart phone and download the minivan app before you arrive: https://act.ngpvan.com/minivan. We’ll train you on the app (it’s easy!)
Come even if you don’t have a smartphone. You can still help.
Come for one or several shifts!
SATURDAYS: 9:00 am, 10:00 am or 1:00 pm SUNDAYS: 11:00 am or 3:00 pm WHERE: 1047 Zachary Taylor Highway, Huntly, VA 22640
This election matters! Your participation is critical!
Thank you! Bob Burney, Secretary, Rappahannock Democratic Committee email@example.com
Saturday September 21, 7:00PM Theatre in Little Washington, 291 Gay Street, Washington. Rappahannock News in partnership with the Rappahannock Commercial Association have scheduled a forum for County candidates for Board of Supervisors
Thursday, Sept 25th, 7:00-9:00PM – Marshall Community Center, 4133-A Rectortown Rd, Marshall VA 20115
Fauquier Chamber, in partnership with the Fauquier Farm Bureau, Fauquier Bar Association, Fauquier Now and Fauquier Times, have scheduled a candidate forum for Va House District 18 candidates Laura Galante and Michael Webert, and Fauquier Board of Supervisor
– Marshall District.
There are over two years of reasons to get involved to elect more Democrats in our local, state and national offices…all the way to the POTUS. Contact RCDC Chair Mary-Sherman Willis to see what you can do.
“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”– Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Marshall, VA (August 4) – In the span of a mere 13 hours this weekend, 29 Americans, including 4 children, were murdered
at a Wal-Mart in El Paso and at an entertainment district in Dayton, Ohio. The El Paso shooting is the 8th deadliest in American history, and the Dayton shooting is the 250th mass
shooting this year. Two other shootings earlier this week, one at a neighborhood Wal-Mart and another at a garlic festival, mean 34 Americans died in mass shootings this week alone.
We mourn and pray for the families who lost loved ones in El Paso, Dayton, Gilroy and Southaven, but we owe these families more than words. Law–abiding gun owners in rural Virginia know
what responsible gun ownership looks like. It’s time our politicians took their responsibility to preserve both public safety and the Second Amendment seriously. We must act now to deal with this scourge at both the state and federal level.