:: Lee District Democratic Committee 2014 fundraiser ::
Join us for: Hawaiian feast & music, food, drink – good times, silent & live auction, candidates and elected officials, and of course island libations.
- WHEN: Saturday, July 12th, 2014 6-10 pm
- WHERE: Susie Warner’s home (6229 Edison Dr, Alexandria, VA 22310; click here for map/directions)
- PARKING: parking overflow in the Edison HS parking lot right next door to Susie’s
- TICKETS: click here. $40/person, general admission (other contribution levels appreciated; please consider an online ticket purchase, ‘Couch Pineapple’, even if you cannot attend to help our 2014 election efforts
- FLYER: click here
- FACEBOOK: click here
Bring an island appetite, a Democrat’s free spirit and a generous contribution. Come join good folks for an enjoyable evening and great cause. Hawaiian-ish attire encouraged! Find your Hawaiian name, click here.
- $40 Don Key’ho General Admission
- $30 [special: 35 or younger / 65 or older] Hula Girl / Pool Boy — Golden Empress / Silver Surfer
- $50 Couch Pineapple (Stay Home Contribution)
- $100 Surfer
- $250 Big Kahuna
- $500 Queen / King
For more information contact co-chairs: Steve Bunn or Alex Kirkland.
Share the good times, tell your friends … thank you for your contribution and support. ALOHA!
Your contribution may be used in connection with federal elections and is subject to the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Contributions that comply with the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act will be deposited into the FCDC Federal account, and unless otherwise designated for non-federal purposes, will be used in connection with Federal elections, and are subject to the above limitations and prohibitions. Other contributions will be deposited into the FCDC non-federal account. Federal and Virginia state law require political committees to report the name, address, occupation and employer of individuals whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 and $100, respectively, in a calendar year.
Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.
|Paid for by the Fairfax County Democratic Committee, www.FairfaxDemocrats.org. Not authorized by any candidate or candidates’s committee.
Voting is our right, and we want to make sure you have what you need to vote. Thanks to ProgressVA for the Got ID project (Got ID Virginia is a project of ProgressVA Education Fund).
- What You Need
- How To Get It
- Go Vote!
What You Need
Virginia’s photo ID law goes into effect on July 1, 2014. To vote, you will need one of the following forms of photo identification:
- Virginia Driver’s License or other photo ID issued by Virginia
- United States Passport
- Any photo ID issued by the United States government
- Student ID that has a photograph and that was issued by any institution of higher learning in Virginia
- Employee identification card that has a photograph and that was issued by the employer in the ordinary course of business
A few important things to remember:
- Your address on your photo ID does not have to match the address on your voter registration.
- You may use an expired ID so long as you still reasonably resemble the picture.
- Your name on your ID must match your name on the voter registration rolls. If your name has changed, you can obtain a free photo ID from the state with your new name. Check if your name matches by clicking here.
How To Get It
Don’t have a photo ID? You can get a FREE voter identification card from your county registrar in just three easy steps:
STEP 1: Find your county registrar You don’t have to visit the registrar for your county; if a different location is more convenient for you, feel free to go there!
STEP 2: Go to the registrar’s office
The operating hours for each office vary – be sure to check that your office is open before heading out!
- At the office, you will:
- Fill out the Voter Photo Identification Application;
Be sure to include the last four digits of your social security number, birthdate, and signature! Without these, your application will not be processed.
- Get your picture taken
- Give the registrar your electronic signature
STEP 3: Receive your photo voter ID card
You should receive your photo ID card in the mail within 7-10 days. If you don’t, call the State Board of Elections at 800-552-9745.
- If you apply for a photo voter ID card less than 21 days before the next election, you’ll receive a temporary ID in the registrar’s office that is valid for 30 days. You will receive your permanent ID through the mail.
Once you have confirmed or obtained the proper photo ID, you are almost ready to vote.
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