Calendar

Oct
27
Sat
Get out the Vote
Oct 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Austin Taylor is in charge of the Coordinated Kaine-Wexton Campaign that will also include our Ward Candidates–Merrill, Clarke, Herbstritt, and McKiernan. He runs a tight office with organized canvass assignments and is also willing to share the office with WFCDC, which is super exciting!

Facing the Courthouse Museum, the office is located 1/2-way down the brick walkway and has a WEXTON sign in the window.

Come out on Saturdays from now until the election as we encourage citizens to think about what they want our neighborhoods, wards, city, area, state, and nation to look like, now and into the future.

Addicted to HOPE Rally
Oct 27 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

More info to come.

Oct
28
Sun
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW…
Oct 28 all-day

ABOUT VOTING! https://www.vote.org/

Fast and accurate information about everything related to voting. Register, check registration, find out about absentee voting, where to vote, etc.

Share with ALL!

Nov
1
Thu
Young Dems Meeting
Nov 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Call Christopher Stearns, 540-532-3067, for more information.

Nov
3
Sat
Pancake Day
Nov 3 all-day
Where do you vote, and how will you get there?
Nov 3 all-day

Too often a number of our friends have a difficult time getting to the polls. With the absolute importance of the upcoming mid-term elections, Stephen Kish would like to offer his time to drive “transportation challenged” folks to the polls. He has a Dodge Caravan.

EMAIL –> springof69@comcast.net

OR

Frederick and Janie Garrett
540-323-0123
Bluecab@live.com

We have other offers of drivers as well, and a handicap-accessible van too. Please email chair@wfcvc.org.

Get out the Vote
Nov 3 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Austin Taylor is in charge of the Coordinated Kaine-Wexton Campaign that will also include our Ward Candidates–Merrill, Clarke, Herbstritt, and McKiernan. He runs a tight office with organized canvass assignments and is also willing to share the office with WFCDC, which is super exciting!

Facing the Courthouse Museum, the office is located 1/2-way down the brick walkway and has a WEXTON sign in the window.

Come out on Saturdays from now until the election as we encourage citizens to think about what they want our neighborhoods, wards, city, area, state, and nation to look like, now and into the future.