Join Pooja Tanjore, Jessica Berg, Lisa Sales, and Barbara Jones for a discussion on women’s initiatives in Virginia today, tomorrow, and beyond. Moderated by LCDC Diversity Chair Theresa Quitto-Dickerson. View the recording here.
The Virginia Association of Democratic Chairs presented a Candidate Forum on March 26, 2021, for the candidates for Attorney General. The Forum was moderated by Amy Friedenberger, Politics Reporter for the Roanoke Times. Click here to view.
In response to an uptick in violence and harassment against Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) individuals, families, businesses, and communities, the Loudoun County Democratic Committee unequivocally condemns xenophobia, racism, hatred, and intolerance, standing in full support of all AAPI persons in Loudoun and across the United States. The horrific shooting in Atlanta, Georgia on … Read more
The LCDC Diversity & Inclusion Outreach Committee presented a Black History Month Forum – Buying Black in Loudoun on February 26, 2021. Click Here for the recording of the event.
Dear Members of the Loudoun County School Board, As you embark on your search for someone to replace Dr. Eric Williams, members of the Loudoun County Democratic Committee want to express our hope that in every future hiring decision, from staff to Superintendent, serious efforts will be taken to increase the diversity of LCPS employees … Read more
Many of our statewide candidates have gotten together and are holding a drive-thru signing event from 1:30-3:30 PM for candidate petitions so they can get on the ballot for the Primary. Three locations across Loudoun. You can sign as many petitions as you want for one Party. Please see the February 7 calendar event for … Read more
Lissa Savaglio, our LCDC Chair, reflects on the old year. Happy New Year from the Loudoun County Democratic Committee!
Please watch and share our video highlighting our LCDC endorsed candidates for Leesburg: Mayor Kelly Burk Leesburg Town Council candidates Ara Bagdasarian Zach Cummings Bill Replogle
Loudoun Now posted an article on our August Post Office Forum: Read Here.
Amendments to the Virginia Constitution must be passed by two different General Assemblies (an election in between) with exactly the same wording, and then be ratified by the voters in the following November General Election. Currently the Constitution places responsibility for creating congressional and General Assembly (GA) districts in the hands of the GA. … Read more