Revised 2020 Delegate Selection Process

The Loudoun County Democratic Committee (LCDC) March Newsletter contained a high-level description of our multi-layered process for determining who goes to the Democratic National Convention as Delegates and Alternates. Due to COVID-19 concerns and restrictions, the Democratic Party of Virginia (DPVA) is making changes to the process. The unassembled caucus that LCDC was to have held on April 18 has been converted to a virtual online caucus. And the pre-filing deadline has been moved up two days to April 9th. Below are the details of the caucus and the remaining processes (i.e. conventions at the Congressional District and State levels) to determine our representation at the National Convention.

Most importantly for those of you wanting to participate in the caucus and vote to elect State Delegates and Alternates, please be aware that caucus participants must pre-file with DPVA, the same as the candidates for State Delegate or Alternate. This is to support a virtual process in place of in person voting.

Please Click Here for details, links to filing forms and other important documents, and a high level flowchart all in one place.


Loudoun County Democrats Go Virtual

In response to the COVID-19 health crisis, we’ve moved all meetings into the online virtual world using the Zoom App. Please Click Here for tutorial videos on using Zoom.


Loudoun County Democrats COVID-19 Response

As COVID-19 reports continue to grow, we have been discussing ways to assist those in our committee’s social network during this time. Our members’ and community’s health is our number one priority; therefore, we are implementing a volunteer service for those who are not able to go out.


Volunteer to Provide COVID-19 Assistance

For those willing to help, see the volunteer sign-up form below. Many folks are going to rely on help from their neighbors. This is a great opportunity to help those in need!

Volunteer to Assist Form

COVID-19 Assistance Request

The form below allows individuals to list what supplies or errands they need. A volunteer will then run the errands and drop off the supplies at the individual’s residence.

Assistance Request Form


Absentee Voting for May’s Municipalities Elections

The Virginia Department of Elections is allowing and encouraging all voters to file for an absentee ballot for the upcoming municipality elections in May. If you live in the towns of Purcellville, Lovettsville, Round Hill, Hamilton, or Middleburg and wish to vote absentee, you will have to do the following:

  1. Request an absentee ballot online before April 28th.
  2. When filing for an absentee ballot, use the reason code 2A and state the reason as COVID-19. No supporting documentation is necessary.
  3. After your request has been processed, you will receive your ballot in the mail.
  4. Please fill out the ballot and mail it as soon as possible to ensure your vote will be counted.

To view the Virginia Department of Elections online form for absentee ballots, Please Click Here >>

We encourage all voters to take advantage of this offer. Your safety is our top priority!


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