Signs of the Times
"The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity. Surely some revelation is at hand... " (from The Second Coming by W.B. Yeats).
February 16, 2018
Virginia Elections 2018
Tim Kaine (D) Incumbent
Possible Republican candidates; the nominee will be selected in a Primary election on June 12.
Corey Stewart (Declared). Chair, Prince William BOS; unsuccessful candidate for
Republican 2017 Virginia governor's nomination; Trump campaign Virginia Chair
Ivan Raiklin (Declared), Fairfax County, tech investor, former military, former atty
Del. Nicholas J. "Nick" Freitas (Declared), R-Culpeper, former military
Ron Wallace (Declared), Chesapeake, software & financial services executive
E. W. Jackson (Declared), pastor, candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2012 and nominee for Lieutenant Governor in 2013
Ken Cuccinelli, former Attorney General and nominee for Governor in 2013
Jimmie Massie, Henrico, former Delegate Virginia 72nd; investor
Pete Snyder, technology entrepreneur and candidate for Lieutenant Governor in 2013
Fifth District House of Representatives
Tom Garrett Jr (R-Buckingham) Incumbent.
Democratic contenders for the nomination. The method of nomination is to be decided.
Roger Dean (RD) Huffstetler,
Charlottesville, entrepreneur, USMC veteran
Ben Cullop, Earlysville, Investment advisor, Manchester Capital
Andrew Sneathern, Charlottesville, attorney
Leslie Cockburn, Rappahannock County, journalist, author, and filmmaker
Lawrence Gaughan, Charlottesville, itinerant actor, Democratic candidate (2014)
http://onevirginia2021.org/ - @1VA2021 -
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Virginia Organizing: https://www.virginia-organizing.org/ - @VaOrganizing - https://www.facebook.com/VirginiaOrganizing/
Indivisible #VA05: @IndivisibleVA05 - https://www.facebook.com/indivisiblecharlottesville/
Five Calls: https://5calls.org/ - @Make5Calls
Democratic Socialists of Charlottesville: https://www.facebook.com/pg/CvilleDSA/about/
Offer Your Wisdom and Insight to Congress
You can contact Senator Mark Warner (202) 224-2023. His fax is (202) 224-6295.
Contact Senator Tim Kaine (202) 224-4024.
Contact Rep. Tom Garrett (202) 225-4711 Fax: (202) 225-5681 Local office 686 Berkmar Circle, 2nd Floor, Charlottesville, VA 22901
Contact Rep. Dave Brat at [http://brat.house.gov/] or (202) 225-2815. His fax is (202) 225-0011.
Contact the Governor
Governor Terry McAuliffe, State Capitol, 3rd Floor, Richmond, Virginia 23219, Phone: (804) 786-2211. Fax: (804) 371-6351, TTY/TDD (For the Hearing Impaired): 1-800-828-1120, or 711 .E-mail: contact him through his website at http://www.governor.virginia.gov/
All media requests should be made through the Governor's Press Office. Requests can be made by calling the Office of the Governor: (804) 786-2211. Invitations and Scheduling Requests by regular mail or fax only.
The Office of the Governor receives a large volume of e-mail daily, and as a result, they are unable to respond to scheduling requests received by e-mail. All invitations and scheduling requests for the Governor should be submitted by regular mail or by fax. Please make sure to include as many details about the nature of the request as possible, as well as including your full name, complete address and telephone number.
Governor Terry McAuliffe, Scheduling Office, State Capitol, 3rd Floor, Richmond, Virginia 23219.
Contact Your Legislators
Senator R. Creigh Deeds, 25th District: Charlottesville [P. O. Box 5462, 22905. (434) 296-5491]; Bath [(800) 545-5899 firstname.lastname@example.org; Richmond [(804) 698-7525].
Committee Assignments: Agriculture, Conservation, and Natural Resources; Privileges and Elections; Transportation, Courts of Justice. See also, bills Creigh Deeds has introduced.
Senator Emmett Hanger, 24th District: Local (540) 885-6898; Richmond (804) 298-7524; electronic mail -- email@example.com
Committee Assignments: Agriculture, Conservation, and Natural Resources; Finance; Local Government; Rehabilitation and Social Services. See also, bills Emmett Hanger has introduced.
Delegate David Toscano, 57th District: Local (434)
220-1660.. Richmond (804) 698 1057. Email DelDToscano@house.state.va.us
Web presence: www.davidtoscano.com
Committee Assignments: Courts of Justice, Science and Technology
Delegate Robert Bell, 58th District: Local: 2309 Finch Court, Charlottesville, Virginia 22911; (434) 245-8900; and DelRBell@house.state.va.us, Rm 810 General Assembly Building, Richmond, Virginia. (804) 698-1058
Committee Assignments: Courts of Justice; Privileges and Elections; and Health Welfare and Institutions. See also, bills Rob Bell has introduced.
Delegate Matt Farriss., 59th District: Local (434) 821-5929; Richmond (804) 698-1059; electronic mail -- DelMFarriss@house.virginia.gov
Committee Assignments: Appropriations; ; General Laws; and Rules. See also, bills Watkins Abbitt has introduced.
Delegate R. Steven Landes, 25th District: Local (540) 245-5540; Richmond (804) 698-1025; electronic mail -- DelSLandes@house.state.va.us
Committee Assignments: Appropriations; Education; and Rules. See also, bills Steve Landes has introduced.
Virginia General Assembly: The toll free number for the Virginia General Assembly is 1-800-889-0229.
The City of Charlottesville offers a Visitors Calendar And the University of Virginia has a student calendar. Check them out.
Local Political Web Sites
~The Albemarle County Democratic Committee~ The Albemarle County Republican Committee~ The Jefferson Area Libertarians~ The Charlottesville Democratic Committee~ The Charlottesville Republican Committee~ University Democrats~ Richmond Sunlight~ Virginia Public Access Project~ David Toscano~ Helena Cobban~ Fluvanna Democrats~ Brian Wheeler~ Fifth Congressional District Democrats~ Jennifer McKeever~ Obama Truth Squad~ Fluvanna County Republicans~ Jefferson Area Tea Party~
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