Page County Democratic Party Announces Biannual Reorganization Caucus

The Democratic Party of Page County, Virginia (DPPCV) will hold a Caucus at 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021, in the conference room at Days Inn, 138 Whispering Hill Rd, Luray, VA, for the purpose of electing members to the Page County Democratic Committee (PCDC). All eligible Democrats residing in Page County are invited to attend. Immediately following the caucus, the PCDC will hold its December meeting at which it will elect officers.

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Message from the Chairman

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In the wake of the November 2021 elections and greater Republican influence in both the executive and legislative branches, Page County Democrats strive to preserve recent legislative gains for all citizens.  These include expanded healthcare for Virginians, enhanced gun safety, passing the Equal Rights Amendment, reduced red tape for small business, stronger voter rights, police reform, a massive effort to bring high speed/broadband internet services to rural communities like ours and more.  

 

With an eye on the results of the 2021 General Election in Virginia and to shape our planning  for next year and beyond, we’re holding an “R3 Summit” in January.  This will Review the current and recent environment,  Re-set our course into the future, and   Re-charge our efforts.  All County Democrats are encouraged to attend, voice your ideas and help shape our near-term and long-term efforts.

 

Our ongoing communications program provides the facts and truth about Democratic positions on a wide range of local and national issues.  See our posts and videos on Facebook.com/PageCountyDems.

 

Year in and year out, local Democrats—in coordination with state and federal counterparts—work to improve daily life for citizens here in Page County and for all Americans.  That means better job opportunities, technical training and pay; improved quality and affordability of healthcare, mental health services and education (from pre-K through community and four-year college); upgrading to rural broadband; preserving our forests, water and air; racial justice; and service on many local community organizations, nonprofits and agencies.

 
We make a difference in our community and you can too.  Please join our efforts.  
 

Samuel "Skip" Halpern

Chairman, Page County Democratic Committee