It’s time to Canvass!

Come knock doors this weekend to re-elect our Democratic Congresswoman, JENNIFER WEXTON!

Saturday June 18, two shifts from 10am to noon and noon to 2pm
Sunday June 19, 1pm to 3 pm

Rappahannock Library
 4 Library Rd, Washington VA

The campaign will provide all the materials. We’ll provide snacks and drinks. You bring a cellphone, a hat and some sturdy shoes, and a car. And we’re good to GO! 

This is our fight to SAVE THE HOUSE and keep democracy alive! We need YOU!

Questions? Call 540/987-8912 or email RCDC Chair Mary-Sherman Willis

Sign up by clicking the link below…

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Meet + Greet with Jennifer Wexton, March 5, 2022!

Join the RappDems to meet+greet and sign petitions for  

our own Democratic Congresswoman 


Saturday March 5, 2022 

2 to 5 pm 

Little Washington Winery 

72 Christmas Tree Lane 

Washington VA 22747 

At last, we’ll have a Representative in DC who is fighting for rural Virginia.  

Her new bipartisan bill, the AGRITOURISM Act, will boost our world-class wineries and breweries, small farms, dairies, and farmers markets!  

For more information go to or contact RCDC Chair Mary-Sherman Willis

The RCDC does not endorse any candidate during primary campaigns. Any Democratic candidate or candidate’s committee may add their Rappahannock County events to the RCDC calendar. 


In response to Gov. Youngkin’s “tip line”

Virginia’s Republican Governor Youngkin has set up a tip line to report ‘divisive’ teaching practices.

Youngkin said on The John Fredericks Show,

“We have set up a particular email address called, again, for parents to send us any instances where they feel their fundamental rights are being violated, where their children are not being respected, where there are inherently divisive practices in their schools.”

Below is the response by the Virginia Education Association.


URGENT: We Need You!

Now more than ever, it’s important to protect election integrity. 

The Rappahannock Democratic Committee is looking for Democrats willing to serve as election officials on Election Day at our six polling places in the county.

You only need to be a registered voter in your precinct and undergo a few hours of training. Each term is three years. And you’re paid for your time!

Click HERE for more information!

If you’re interested, please contact Mary-Sherman Willis before February 1 and we will send your name to the Electoral Board.