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Democratic Primary: what you need to know

A Democratic Primary Election will be held on June 8, 2021 and early voting begins on April 23. The last day to register to vote in the June 8 Primary is Monday, May 17.

Click the links to see the sample ballots for James City County and Williamsburg. Both ballots contain the names of Democratic candidates for the offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General. Please note that the WJCC Dems are prohibited by the Virginia Democratic Party Plan from endorsing candidates in contested primaries.

The ballots have no House of Delegates candidates because the candidates who are running to represent James City County and Williamsburg — Mike Mullin in the 93rd District and Dr. Mark Downey in the 96th District — do not have primary opponents.

Click here for photos of the statewide candidates and links to their websites for more information.

There will be no Republican Primary in June because the Republican Party has chosen to nominate its candidates via a convention.

Early voting begins on Friday, April 23.

  • James City County voters may vote early […]
2021-06-12T13:22:04-04:00April 22nd, 2021|Elections, Events|

Virginia 2021: Meet our Democratic candidates

We’re hosting a series of Zoom meet-and-greets with Democratic candidates for statewide office in the 2021 Virginia elections. The series is co-sponsored with the York-Poquoson Democrats, Williamsburg Indivisible Group and Peninsula Indivisible.

2021 is a big year in Virginia politics, with many candidates already running for the Democratic nominations for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General. With so many contenders, we want to be sure to give you a chance to meet them all and hear what they have to say.

Upcoming events include:

  • Jennifer McClellan, the Richmond state senator who is running for the nomination for Governor, Sunday, Jan. 10 at 7 pm.  Join the Zoom here or call 301-715-8592 and use meeting ID 838 2650 3906 and passcode 773320
  • Elizabeth Guzman, the Delegate from Woodbridge who is running for the Lieutenant Governor nomination, Thursday, Jan. 14 at 7 pm. Join the Zoom here or call 301-715-8592 and use meeting ID 8580604708602 and passcode 489087.
  • Sean Perryman, youngest-ever NAACP president in Fairfax, who is running […]
2021-04-22T14:23:41-04:00November 18th, 2020|Elections|

Join Neighbors United for Change

Give some thought to joining NEIGHBORS UNITED FOR CHANGE. Organizing at the neighborhood level helps us recruit volunteers and communicate about important issues neighbor-to-neighbor and friend-to-friend. Want to organize an interest group you’re involved with, or a group of your friends? That works too. Or if you’re already a part of an existing neighborhood group, we’d love to work with you.

2021-06-12T13:47:25-04:00July 7th, 2020|Campaigns, Elections, Inside the WJCC Dems, Neighbors United|

Our 2020 goals

We face extraordinary challenges in this year of pandemic.

Despite the difficulties we face, we will work to make our community and our committee more equitable, more effective and more unified.

These are our goals:

  • Increase activism
  • Raise funds to support candidates and our committee
  • Support Democratic candidates in 2020
  • Address community needs and concerns
  • Reinforce unity among Democrats and those who share our core beliefs.

Read more here.

 

2020-06-04T23:58:59-04:00May 15th, 2020|Inside the WJCC Dems, Outreach|

Stay safe! Vote absentee!

Voting absentee is the safest way to protect yourself and others during the pandemic. Here are the details.

  • The November election will be Tuesday, Nov. 3.
  • ALL voters can vote absentee — an excuse is no longer required as of July 1. We strongly encourage you to stay safe and vote absentee.  Click here for more information and to request a ballot online.
  • You can request an absentee ballot right now. Ballots will be mailed to you beginning 45 days before the election. The deadline to order an absentee ballot to be mailed to you is Oct. 23 at 5 pm.
  • Saturday, Oct. 31 is the last day to vote an absentee ballot in person. (NOTE: Please be considerate and if at all possible, vote by mail. It’s the best way to keep us all safe.)

To apply for an absentee ballot, go to the Virginia Department of Elections website. You can fill out the application, then print and mail it, or, if you have […]

2020-08-16T19:24:53-04:00May 11th, 2020|Voting|
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