LCDC Statement on Trump’s Racism

With a president who prides himself on being controversial, we realize we can’t respond to every tweet.  Besides being a waste of time, it would be impossible. But we also realize there are times when it’s important to stand up and speak out. This is one of those times. Let us be clear when we … Read more

Republicans Switch Ashburn District Supervisor Candidate with Right-Wing Extremist

Contact: Lissa Savaglio Chair Loudoun County Democratic Committee chair@loudoundemocrats.org 571.278.7159 Republicans Switch Ashburn District Supervisor Candidate with Right-Wing Extremist Leesburg, VA, July 16, 2019 – The Loudoun County Republican Committee has proven how out of touch they are with voters by replacing Rich McMunn with former Supervisor Mick Staton for the Ashburn District Supervisor seat. … Read more

Loudoun County Democrats Elect a New Chair and Vice-Chair

Contact: Lissa Savaglio Chair Loudoun County Democratic Committee chair@loudoundemocrats.org 571.278.7159 Loudoun County Democrats Elect a New Chair and Vice-Chair Leesburg, VA, July 12th, 2019 – At the Loudoun County Democratic Committee’s July membership meeting LCDC elected Chair Lissa Savaglio and Vice-Chair Rey Cheatham Banks. For the first time, LCDC will now have three women leading … Read more

Statement on Rockwool Factory

Contact: Alfonso Nevarez Chair Loudoun County Democratic Committee chair@loudoundemocrats.org 202.286.5096 Statement on Rockwool Leesburg, VA, January 10th, 2019 – 33rd District House of Delegate candidate Mavis Taintor, Blue Ridge District Supervisor candidate Tia Walbridge, and the Loudoun County Democratic Committee have written a letter to Virginia’s Attorney General Mark Herring requesting intervention to protect Loudoun … Read more

Supporting the Equal Rights Amendment is the Right Thing To Do

Contact: Alfonso Nevarez Chair Loudoun County Democratic Committee chair@loudoundemocrats.org 202.286.5096 Supporting the Equal Rights Amendment is the Right Thing To Do Leesburg, VA, October 4th, 2018 – At the October 2, 2018 Board of Supervisors meeting, several Republican Supervisors claimed: “partisan politics” when a vote to add the Equal Rights Amendment to Loudoun’s legislative agenda … Read more