2011 Mason District Voter’s Guide

Check your mailbox for a comprehensive 2011 Voter’s Guide from the Fairfax County Democratic Committee. It shows the new voting districts (redistricting) and polling places changes and gives information on all the Democratic and Democrat-endorsed candidates in the November 8 election. Study it carefully as your district may have changed. You can view online or download a copy, click here.

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DPVA Weekly Top 5 for October 18, 2011

Virginia would change radically if the McDonnell-Cuccinelli Cantor Republicans take over the Senate
In less than three weeks Virginia voters will go to the polls and make decisions that will affect the future of our Commonwealth and the families who live here. If Republicans are successful in taking over the state Senate they will have complete control of our government and free rein to advance their backward agenda – unless we spend the next 20 days doing everything we can to stop them and elect our Democratic candidates. To read Chairman Brian Moran’s rundown of what’s at stake and how you can help click here. To read an Associated Press column on the many radical right-wing laws that would go through if Republicans have full control of our government click here. Continue reading “DPVA Weekly Top 5 for October 18, 2011”

DPVA Weekly Top 5 for October 4, 2011

  1. New DPVA Web Video – A jobs Governor?
    DPVA released a new web video urging Governor McDonnell to get results to match his rhetoric on jobs. In August Virginia’s unemployment rate increased for the second straight month while the national rate declined, and the percentage of Virginia’s population that had a job was lower than when Bob McDonnell took office. To watch the new video click here. To read a message from DPVA Chair Brian Moran about the importance of holding Bob McDonnell accountable on jobs click here. Continue reading “DPVA Weekly Top 5 for October 4, 2011”