GMDDC Annual Fish Fry and Pulled Chicken Dinner @ Gainesville Magisterial District Democratic Committee
Sep 23 @ 3:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Gainesville Magisterial District Democratic Committee

(Local District Democrats Serving Gainesville, Haymarket, and Western Manassas)

Fish Fry & Pulled Chicken BBQ

WHEN: Sunday, September 23, 2018 from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
MENU: Freshly fried fish, pulled chicken bbq, coleslaw, baked beans, cornbread, fruit salad, and cookies. Drinks Included: Iced tea, lemonade, and water. Cash Bar: Beer and wine
LOCATION: The Wheeler Residence, 13931 Shelter Manor Drive, Haymarket, VA 20169
TICKETS: $35 per adult, Young Democrats from 12 to 25 $20, no charge for 12 and under,
*Sponsor $50, *Co-host $100, and *True Blue $200. All proceeds go to support Democratic activities.
*Recognition will be given at the event to those purchasing tickets at these levels.


Online at

Contact: Mitch Rachlis at or 703-753-6710

Or check with any GMDDC Member. Reservations may be made on Haymarket Day in the Democratic Booth. Tickets will also be available at the event. Cash or make checks payable to: Prince William County Democratic Committee.

Join us for food and fun with fellow Democrats!

Speak with our local Democratic Candidates
and Elected Officials

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Questions? Contact Margi Worrest at and Janet Hollis at

INW September General Meeting @ Haymarket Gainesville Community Library
Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Join us as we prepare for November’s election and welcome our special guests!

-Peter Ketchum-Colwill is the Voter Protection Director from the Virginia 2018 Coordinated Campaign and will be helping us learn more about how to protect voting rights in the Commonwealth and keep things secure and fair at the ballot box 🇺🇸 🗳

-Kelsey Crane from the Sierra Club will host an interactive session and share environmental actions we can all be taking and how to affect change through legislation 💙🌎

Babur Lateef candidate for PWC School Board Chair will speak to us about his plans and upcoming election

We will be sharing information on our upcoming GOTV action including our Litz Blitz in October and November at VRE and Commuter Bus lots💙🇺🇸💙 as well as plans for Haymarket Day

Loudoun September Membership Meeting @ Rust Library
Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

RSVP here:

Join us for our September membership meeting. We’ll discuss suicide prevention and gun safety, and action you can take to ensure gun sense wins at the ballot box this November! New and returning members welcome.

Town Hall on the Future of Energy in Virginia
Sep 24 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Please join me for a Town Hall on the Future of Energy in Virginia on Monday, September 24 from 7-9 pm in Herndon. Doors open at 6:30 pm. We have invited several environmental groups to set up tables in the lobby.

Panelists will be experts in energy production, energy storage, and renewable energy. Flint Webb, Chair, Baltimore-Washington Chapter, Air & Waste Management Association will serve as the moderator. This panel will focus on the current state of renewables and address the question of how rapidly Virginia can complete the transition to 100% reliance on renewables.

The discussion will focus on the technology available today and how we will in the near future meet 100% of energy demand with a combination of energy efficiency improvements, renewables, and energy storage.

Latinos for Canek
Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Let’s rally for Canek Aguirre for Alexandria City Council on September 25! Join us at Dos Amigos, near Braddock Station.

with special guest, Hector Cendejas, Manassas Park City Council

Help Restoration of Voting Rights and Reentry of Ex Offenders @ Bangkok 54 Restaurant & Bar
Sep 25 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

The Arlington League of Woman Voters presents another Sips and Civility Program!

Our focus this time is the restoration of ex-felon rights in Virginia. Unfortunately, our Commonwealth has one of the most difficult systems for those who have paid their dues to society to become voters again. We will learn about this process and how you can help change it from Elizabeth Jones Valderrama, Executive Director of Offender Aid and Restoration OAR and Lashawnda Singleton Restoration of Rights Community Relations Specialist at Secretary of the Commonwealth.

Then you can write postcards to your legislators and learn how else you can change this system.

Join us for a night of great food at Bangkok 54 (you can order off their menu) and important voter action!

Early Birds Postcards for Elaine! @ 5934 16th St N
Sep 26 @ 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Easy activism! Heather Anderson is hosting morning postcard parties for Elaine Luria. Join us Wed, Sep 26, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM.

Elaine is a wonderful Navy commander, small business owner, and mom, running for Congress in Virginia district 02 (Virginia Beach). Let’s get out the vote!

Hope to see you at Heather’s place. RSVP appreciated but not required:

As always – if you can go, click “Going.” If you can’t go, no worries and no RSVP needed. Invite friends! Thanks.

Criminal Justice Reform Panel @ Fairfax South County Government Building
Sep 26 @ 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Join the Fairfax Young Democrats for an engaging, moderated panel discussion on criminal justice in the Commonwealth with a focus on Fairfax County.

Moderated by Ms. Monica Reid, Director of Advocacy at National Association of Criminal Defense, we’ll focus our discussion on criminal justice reform, the role and importance of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, what common sense reforms are or are not happening in Fairfax County, how to be a better advocate for criminal justice issues, and more. Q&A to follow.

**Space is limited, so please RSVP via Eventbrite,**

– Mr. Raymond Morrogh, Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney (confirmed)
– Ms. Dawn Butorac, Fairfax County Chief Public Defender (confirmed)
– Mr. Kofi Annan, NAACP-Fairfax Chapter President and NAACP-Virginia Criminal Justice Committee Chair (confirmed)
– Mr. James Abrenio, Attorney and co-founder of Justice Forward VA, a PAC focused on criminal justice reform (confirmed)

Location: South County Government Center, Room 221, Main Conference Room – follow the signs. Space is limited, so please RSVP via Eventbrite,

PWC Talking to Kids About School Shootings with Dr. Hackney @ Bull Run Regional Library
Sep 27 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

RSVP here:

Please join Prince William Moms Demand Action for a presentation by Dr. Rene Hackney, a leading parenting and child development specialist, on “Ways to Talk to Children About School Shootings by Age.” New and returning members welcome! Bring a friend and join us for this important conversation.

LGBTQ Happy Hour @ Twinpanzee Brewing Co
Sep 28 @ 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Join Equality Loudoun at Twinpanzee Brewing for happy hour. Happy hour prices will be extended until 7:30pm. Stop by, have a beer and make a new friend.

Danibelle’s Lebanese Cuisine will be on hand to cook up the most DELICIOUS Lebanese food this side of the Atlantic. Join us for a fun Friday as this will be a wonderful way to end the work week.