Loudoun County Democratic Committee Statement on the Passing of Broad Run District School Board Representative Leslee King

ASHBURN, VA – The Loudoun County Democratic Committee was heartbroken to hear today of the passing of Ms. Leslee King, School Board Representative for the Broad Run District. An unabashed advocate for education, Ms. King dedicated her life to improving the lives of students everywhere. Her work as a Member of the Loudoun County School … Read more

Statement from the Loudoun County Democratic Committee

ASHBURN, VA – One month ago, the Loudoun County Democratic Committee (LCDC) stood against heated rhetoric being employed by critics of the Loudoun County School Board. LCDC warned that inflammatory remarks, disinformation, and threats of violence would divide our community and lead to violence. Tuesday’s unfortunate events at the school board meeting show the consequences … Read more

Loudoun Democrats Celebrate Juneteenth Across the County

Newest Federal holiday provides opportunity for celebration and reflection LEESBURG, VA – On the heels of President Joe Biden signing the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act on Thursday, Loudoun County Democrats will participate in celebrations and reflections with our Black community across the county.  With events planned in historic Leesburg, Ida Lee Park, Claude Moore … Read more

“Loudoun for All” Rally to be Held Before LCSB Meeting

LEESBURG, VA – Multiple community organizations have assembled alongside students, teachers, parents, and neighborhood leaders to show support for diversity & acceptance in Loudoun County Public Schools. “Loudoun for All” will be held outside the Loudoun County Public Schools Administration building at 3:30PM on June 22 with live music, community speakers, sign making, and more. … Read more

Loudoun Democrats Celebrate Democratic Primary Results

LEESBURG, VA – Last night, thousands of voters across Loudoun and across Virginia made their voices heard in the Democratic Primary. With our nominees for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, and House of Delegates, the Loudoun County Democratic Committee (LCDC) is more confident than ever about the strength of the Democratic Party heading into November.  … Read more

Rural Zoning Statement

The Loudoun County Democratic Committee (LCDC) stands firmly opposed to the MOJAX development in St. Louis and – further – implores the Board of Supervisors (BOS) to make the downzoning of our rural villages a priority in the zoning rewrites. The proposed MOJAX development is inappropriate; it is far too large for the small, rural, … Read more

Loudoun Democrats Call on Leesburg Pastor to Recant Inflammatory Remarks

CONTACT: Lissa Savaglio, chair@loudoundemocrats.org Pastor Gary Hamrick accused School Board Members of “emotional child abuse” LEESBURG, VA – The Loudoun County Democratic Committee was extremely disheartened to hear that one of our community’s religious leaders made inflammatory and insidious remarks about several Loudoun elected officials during a service at Cornerstone Chapel this morning. In his … Read more

Loudoun Democrats Applaud School Board Members for Passing Pride Month Resolution

CONTACT: Lissa Savaglio, chair@loudoundemocrats.org LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA – The Loudoun County Democratic Committee (LCDC) applauds the passage of a resolution by the Loudoun County School Board (LCSB) recognizing June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month. We thank our Democratic LCSB members that voted for the resolution: Chair Brenda Sheridan, Vice-Chair Atoosa Reaser, and members Ian Serotkin and … Read more

The Loudoun County Democratic Committee Stands in Solidarity with and Supports our Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

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