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Virtual Call to Caucus – Clarke County DemsSkip to content Clarke County Dems Clarke County Democratic Committee of Virginia Home About Us Gallery Voting Elections Voting Precincts Election Officials Events Calendar Virginia Representatives Blog BLOG Virtual Call to Caucus [DATE REMOVED] David Pratt Leave a comment Our planned in-person caucus for [DATE REMOVED] is now a statewide unassembled caucus due to the Corona Virus outbreak.  The Democratic Party of Virginia (DPVA) has worked hard to make this adjustment, and below is a letter from the state party explaining how it will work. DPVA Caucus Update Fellow Democrats, [DATE REMOVED] the Democratic Party of Virginia leadership, Chairwoman Swecker, and Staff convened a call to update us on the upcoming caucuses in [DATE REMOVED]/20th. Please see the following guidelines as the caucuses will no longer be in person. The biggest change is that anybody who wishes to participate (either by running for state delegate or alternate and/or just to vote) in the upcoming caucuses must pre-register with the State Party. This was done to ensure that caucuses can be conducted in an open, inclusive, transparent manner but also to abide by the Governor’s guidelines as to how we should conduct ourselves in the current times. The information below should answer all the questions you have but as always DPVA staff are ready to answer your questions if you have them. You can email your questions to political@vademocrats.org Please read this note from DPVA Political Director Shyam Raman on new Local Caucus process for Presidential Delegate Selection: Dear Local Chairs, Here’s the language we would like you to send to your committee members about the new process that we will be using in the Caucus process.  Click here for the DPVA Caucus Update Please see below for a link to the new Statewide Call to Caucus. As a reminder, this will supercede any Calls that have currently been released, and you should be sending this to anyone interested in participating in the Caucus Process. Click here for the DPVA Statewide Call to Virtual Caucus Pre-Filing Forms Click here for the pre-filing form to be a State Delegate or Alternate Click here for the pre-filing form to participate in a Presidential Caucus Again, please send us any other questions you may have, and we’ll get you an answer as soon as we can. Thank you all for your support and patience! Shyam Raman DPVA Political Director   Posted in: Uncategorized Post navigation ← Climate Strike Earth Day Week Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * COMMENT NAME * EMAIL * WEBSITE SEARCH FOR: RECENT POSTS Virtual Call to Caucus Climate Strike Earth Day Week Resolution calling for repeal of the so-called “right to work” law RECENT COMMENTS ARCHIVES [DATE REMOVED] February 2020 January 2020 August 2019 June 2019 May 2019 April 2019 March 2019 FOLLOW US CONTACT US Email clarkedems@gmail.com Address P.O. Box 535 Berrryville, VA 22611 JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER Sign up to receive timely, useful information in your inbox. EMAIL * Copyright © 2021 Clarke County Dems — Lyrical WordPress theme by GoDaddy
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Latest News – Virginia House Democrats8%Get up-to-date information and resources on COVID-19 › Skip to content Virginia House Democrats About Our Caucus Our Impact Members News Vote Get Involved Donate Latest News House Democrats Give Pay Raise to Minimum Wage Workers Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, Va.—[DATE REMOVED], Virginia’s minimum wage rises to $9.50 per hour thanks to legislation from the 2020 Regular Session (HB 395), which Delegate Jeion Ward introduced and the House Democratic Caucus championed as a Caucus priority. The Commonwealth’s minimum hourly wage is currently $7.25 and was last increased [DATE REMOVED].  House Democratic Majority Leader Charniele… Read More House Democrats React to Verdict in Chauvin Trial Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, Va.—Today, a Minnesota jury released the verdict in former officer Derek Chauvin’s trial in the death of George Floyd, finding Chauvin guilty on all three charges.  Virginia House Democratic Majority Leader Charniele Herring and House Democratic Caucus Chair Rip Sullivan released the following statement in response: “Justice has been served in the case of… Read More House Democrats Raised More Than $600K During 1st Quarter Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, Va.—[DATE REMOVED], the Virginia House Democratic Caucus reported that it raised a total of $655,312.21 during the first quarter of 2021, with $412,536.75 cash on hand. This comes after the Caucus pledged not to fundraise during the special session that extended the 2021 Regular Legislative Session.  Jaime Reimers, the House Democratic Caucus Executive Director, released… Read More House Democratic Caucus Condemns the Windsor Police’s Treatment of Lt. Nazario Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, Va.—Recently, footage was released involving police officers in Windsor, VA drawing guns and pepper spraying Caron Nazario, [DATE REMOVED] lieutenant in the U.S. Army Medical Corps who was in full uniform, after pulling him over for driving without a rear license plate, despite the temporary license plate clearly displayed and visible in the back… Read More House Democrats Accept Governor’s Amendments on Crucial Legislation Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, Va.—Today during Reconvene Session, the Virginia House of Delegates accepted Governor Ralph Northam’s amendments and substitutions to 22 pieces of the House Democratic Caucus’ legislation from the 2021 Regular and Special Session. [DATE REMOVED], the Virginia General Assembly adjourned Sine Die, having passed many of the House Democrats’ session priorities aimed at building a… Read More House Democratic Leadership Supports Independent Investigation into OSIG Report Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, Va.—Today, the Virginia House of Delegates approved Governor Ralph Northam’s proposed budget amendment to have a private firm conduct an independent investigation on the Office of the State Inspector General’s report after news broke of potential wrongdoing. Virginia Speaker of the House Eileen Filler-Corn, House Democratic Majority Leader Charniele Herring, and House Democratic Caucus… Read More House Democrats Celebrate as Virginia Repeals the Death Penalty Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, VA—Today, Virginia becomes the first Southern state to abolish the death penalty after Governor Ralph Northam signed HB 2263. Delegate Mike Mullin (D-93) patroned the bill, while House Democratic Majority Leader Charniele Herring served as the co-patron and the House Democratic Caucus designated this legislation as a session priority.  Today’s action by the governor… Read More Virginia General Assembly Passes Legislation Abolishing the Death Penalty Posted on [DATE REMOVED] Virginia set to become the first Southern state to end the practice RICHMOND, VA—Delegate Mike Mullin’s measure to abolish the Death Penalty in Virginia (HB 2263) passed the Senate on [DATE REMOVED] with a vote of [DATE REMOVED], sending the legislation to the Office of Governor Ralph Northam for further action. The bill would also convert… Read More House Democrats Use Session to Build a Better Virginia Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, VA—Today, the Virginia General Assembly concluded business for the 2021 Regular and Special Legislative Session. Many House Democratic Caucus priorities passed both chambers, from protecting families during the COVID-19 pandemic to expanding voting rights and increasing education funding. “Over the course of this historic Session, the House of Delegates has delivered for Virginia families… Read More House of Delegates Passes Amended Biennial Budget Posted on [DATE REMOVED] RICHMOND, VA—Today the Virginia House of Delegates passed the amended [DATE REMOVED] biennial budget (HB 1800) by a vote of 68-30.   The House’s package of budget amendments will fund policies that support the House Democratic Caucus’s 2021 agenda aimed at building a better Virginia. This fiscally responsible budget will also protect the Commonwealth’s “AAA” bond rating… Read More Posts navigation Older posts Search for: Recent Posts House Democrats Give Pay Raise to Minimum Wage Workers House Democrats React to Verdict in Chauvin Trial House Democrats Raised More Than $600K During 1st Quarter House Democratic Caucus Condemns the Windsor Police’s Treatment of Lt. Nazario House Democrats Accept Governor’s Amendments on Crucial Legislation Archives Archives Select Month [DATE REMOVED] March 2021 February 2021 January 2021 December 2020 November 2020 October 2020 September 2020 August 2020 June 2020 April 2020 March 2020 February 2020 January 2020 December 2019 November 2019 October 2019 September 2019 August 2019 July 2019 June 2019 May 2019 April 2019 March 2019 February 2019 January 2019 December 2018 November 2018 September 2018 August 2018 July 2018 June 2018 April 2018 March 2018 February 2018 Stay Informed Email Address Connect With Us Paid for and authorized by House Democratic Caucus 1021 E. Cary Street, Suite 1275, Richmond, VA 23219 Not authorized by any Candidate or Candidate Committee Powered by Tech for Campaigns
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