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).
January 24, 2020
|Bill Weld||7/45||Massachusetts||Former Governor, recent VP candidate (L)|
|Rocky De La Fuente||10/54||Florida||Businessman, past candidate (various)|
|Joe Walsh||12/61||Illinois||Radio host, former Rep.|
|Don Blankenship||69||West Virginia||Former coal exec, recent Senate candidate (D)|
|Don Grundmann||na||California||Chiropractor, frequent candidate|
|Charles Kraut||na||Virginia||Financial adviser; columnist|
|John McAfee||9/45||Tennessee||Computer software executive|
|Vermin Supreme||6/61||Kansas||Performance artist, activist|
|Arvin Vohra||40||Maryland||Libertarian party leader|
|Justin Amash||39||Michigan||U.S. Representative (I)|
|Adam Kokesh||37||California||Anti-war activist|
A primary election will be held March 3. A number of states will hold primaries that day.
|Bernie Sanders (I)||9/41||Vermont||Senator (2024)|
|Mike Bloomberg||2/42||New York||Entrepreneur, former Mayor|
|Joe Biden||11/42||Delaware||former Vice President, Senator|
|Elizabeth Warren||6/49||Massachusetts||Senator (2024)|
|Deval Patrick||7/56||Massachusetts||Financier, former Governor|
|Amy Klobuchar||58||Minnesota||Senator (2024)|
|Michael Bennet||54||Colorado||Senator (2022)|
|Andrew Yang||44||New York||Entrepreneur|
|Pete Buttigieg||36||Indiana||Mayor of South Bend (2020)|
|Omari Faulkner, U.S. Navy reservist|
|Alissa Baldwin, teacher|
|Daniel Gade, professor and U.S. Army veteran|
|Thomas Speciale, U.S. Army veteran and intelligence officer|
|Victor Williams, attorney and activist|
Mark Warner, Incumbent
The candidate will be selected at a Convention to be held at a time and place to be determined
|Denver Riggleman, incumbent
Bob Good, Campbell County Supervisor, athletics official at Liberty University
A primary election will be held, if needed, on June 9, 2020
"RD" Huffstetler, Charlottesville,
entrepreneur, former military
Dr. Cameron Webb, Charlottesville, a director of health policy and equity at UVa
Claire Russo, Albemarle, former military
John Lesinski, Rappahannock Supervisor, former military, commercial real estate
http://onevirginia2021.org/ - @1VA2021 -
Progressive Democrats of Virginia: http://chapters.pdamerica.org/ - @pdamerica - https://www.facebook.com/PDAmerica/
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. Denver Riggleman (202) 225-4711 Fax: (202) 225-5681 Local office 686 Berkmar Circle, 2nd Floor, Charlottesville, VA 22901
Contact the Governor
Governor Ralph Northam, 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 https://www.governor.virginia.gov/constituent-services/communicating-with-the-governors-office/
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~ Fluvanna County Republicans~