• Meeting to fill vacancy – June 17

    A member of the 11th Congressional District Democratic Committee has resigned, creating a vacancy of 1 (one) male position from Fairfax County on the committee to be filled as prescribed in Section 6.5 of the Democratic Party of Virginia Party Plan.

    Under the authority granted in Section 6.4 of the DPVA Party Plan, the Chair has called a meeting of the Committee on Sat., June 17, 2017 at 9:40 AM to fill the vacancy. This meeting will be held at the Richmond Marriott, 500 E Broad St, Richmond, VA 23219, in the same room as the Central Committee meeting (scheduled to start at 10:AM).

    All meetings of the 11th CD Democratic Committee are open to the public. If you are interested in the vacancy, please ask a member of the committee to be nominated.

  • Results of the 11th Congressional District Convention

    The following people were elected to the 11th Congressional District Democratic Committee at the May 13th Convention.

    City of Fairfax

    • Hon. Penelope “Penny” Rood

    Fairfax County

    • Anne M. Alston
    • George Becerra
    • Jasingh “Jay” Bhandari
    • Rebecca Borton
    • Paul Davis
    • Robert J. Haley
    • Kia Thomas Hamel
    • John N. Jennison
    • Suchada “Sue” Langley
    • Daniel M. Press
    • Maria D. Quintela
    • Alex Rodriguez
    • Christopher Schäffer
    • Elaine “Lainie” Singerman
    • Manisha Singh

    Prince William County

    • Dorothy H. Holley
    • Ernestine S. Jenkins
    • Richard M. Jessie
    • Keith A. Scarborough

    The following people are also members of the 11th Congressional District Committee, by virtue of offices they hold:

    • Hon. Gerry Connolly, U.S. Congressman
    • Tom Greeson, Chair, Small Business Caucus
    • Morgan W. Jameson, National Committeeman, Virginia Young Democrats

    Four additional members of the 11th Congressional District will be elected at the next meeting, three city-county members, and one elected official.


    The pre-filing deadline for membership on the 11th Congressional District Democratic Committee has passed. The following people will be on the ballot for the May 13 Convention

    City of Fairfax

    One Member

    • Jill-Morgan Aubert
    • Penelope “Penny” Rood

    Fairfax County

    Female – 7 Members

    • Anne M. Alston
    • Rebecca Borton
    • Janet Carver
    • Kia Thomas Hamel
    • Susan Johnson
    • Sandra J. Klassen
    • Suchada “Sue” Langley
    • Roxana Mejia
    • Tara J. Mooney
    • Maria D. Quintela
    • Rachel Rifkind
    • Elaine “Lainie” Singerman
    • Manisha Singh

    Male – 8 Members

    • George Becerra
    • Richard J. Bochner
    • Jay Bhandari
    • Cesar del Aguila
    • Paul Davis
    • Bryan W. Graham
    • Robert J. Haley
    • John N. Jennison
    • Steve Myers
    • Daniel M. Press
    • Alex Rodriguez
    • Christopher Schäffer
    • Randolph E. Tidd

    Prince William County

    Female – 2 Members

    • Dr. Aisha Bonner Cozad
    • Dorothy H. Holley
    • Ernestine S. Jenkins
    • Jatia Wrighten

    Male – 2 Members

    • Michael A. Bell
    • Richard M. Jessie
    • Keith A. Scarborough
    • Don Shaw

    Slates

    The following slates have filed with the 11th CDDC Chair prior to the filing deadline.

    Fairfax County

    Blue Victory Team

    Jay Bhandari, Richard J. Bochner, Janet Carver, Paul Davis, Bryan W. Graham, Robert J. Haley, John N. Jennison, Susan Johnson, Sandra J. Klassen, Suchada “Sue” V. Langley, Roxana Mejia, Maria D. Quintela, Rachel Rifkind, Alex Rodriguez, and Christopher Schäffer

     

    Prince William County

    Blue Victory Team

    Dorothy H. Holley, Ernestine S. Jenkins, Richard M. Jessie, and Keith A. Scarborough
  • 2017 Call to Convention

    Call to the 2017 11th Congressional District Democratic Convention

    I. Call

    Pursuant to the authority provided by the Virginia Democratic Party Plan, the Eleventh Congressional District Democratic Committee (“District Committee”) hereby calls a Convention to be held with Jurisdictional Caucuses beginning at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 13 2017, at the following location:

    Luther Jackson Middle School
    3020 Gallows Road
    Falls Church, VA 22042

    Registration shall start at 9:00 a.m.

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  • 2017 11th Congressional District Democratic Convention

    Saturday, May 13, 2017 10:30 a.m. – Registration: 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

    Registration shall start at 9:00 a.m.; You must be in line to register by 10:30 a.m. to participate.

    Luther Jackson Middle School
    3020 Gallows Road
    Falls Church, VA 22042

    Full Call to Convention | downloadable pdf

    Report of the Temporary Rules Committee

    Resolution Package

    Purposes of the District Convention shall be:

    1. To elect twenty Democratic State Central Committee members;
    2. To consider resolutions; and
    3. To conduct such other business as may properly come before the convention.

    Forms to:


    Participating In The Convention

    Participation in the Eleventh District Democratic Convention is open to all registered voters who wish to participate as Democrats. All meetings shall be open to all members of the Democratic Party regardless of race, sex, age, color, creed, national origin, religion, ethnic or gender identity, sexual orientation, economic status, or disability, and all meetings shall be publicized fully.

    There will be a voluntary Convention fee of $10.00 for each District Convention Delegate. No person shall be denied the right to participate in the delegate selection process due to nonpayment of the voluntary administrative fee.

    Registration

    Registration will begin at 9:00 am and cease at 10:30 am, with the exception that anyone in line at that time will be accommodated for the registration process.

    Pre-Filing

    The deadline of 5:00 pm on Friday, April 28 for pre-filing has passed. At this point, registration can only be done during the registration period from 9 – 10:30 a.m. the morning of the convention. Pre-filers must still check in before 10:30 am on the day of the convention.


    Election of Members to the State Central Committee

    Method. The twenty members of the Democratic State Central Committee from the Congressional District shall be elected by Jurisdiction Caucuses via paper ballots cast following the registration period.

    The caucuses shall elect the following numbers of State Central Committee members:

    • Fairfax County: 15 Members (7 female & 8 male)
    • Prince William County: 4 Members (2 female & 2 male)
    • Fairfax City: 1 Member (female OR male)

    Pre-filing is required to be elected as members of the Congressional District Democratic Committee/State Central Committee. 36 candidates have filed with the District Chair prior to 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

    Although email is the preferred method, one may file via email, or mail, or fax, or in-person (hand deliver) provided that the form is received by the designated deadline. No matter which method one uses, a signature must be affixed to the Membership Pre-filing Form.

    All documents to be filed with the District Chair shall be filed as follows using one of the following methods:

    Slates. Any individual or group of Democrats may sponsor or endorse a slate of candidates for election to the Congressional District Committee/State Central Committee. However, no slate may receive preferential treatment or a preferential place on the ballot, nor may any slate be publicly identified on the ballot or otherwise as the “official slate.” Person(s) who want a slate listed on a ballot must provide (1) the name of the slate and (2) a list of persons comprising the slate, along with their Pre-Filing Forms. This information must be filed with the District Chair by 5:00 PM, on or prior to Wednesday, May 3, 2017.


    Resolutions

    For a resolution to be considered at the District Convention, it must be received by the District Chair, or a designated representative, by 5:00 PM on Friday, April 28, 2017.  The Resolutions submitted for consideration at the Convention are now available. All resolutions adopted by the District Convention shall be certified by the District Chair and forwarded to the State Central Committee for consideration by the DPVA Resolutions Committee no later than 10 days after the District Convention takes action.

  • February 12 – 17th Annual John N Sturdivant Award Brunch

    Virginia’s 11th Congressional District Democrats
    invite you to our
    17th Annual
    John Sturdivant Award Brunch

    Honoring a member of the labor community for his/her commitment to Democratic ideas & values. Announced at the brunch.

    With special guest
    Congressman Gerry Connolly
    and other elected officials.

    We will also present our 11th District Community Service Awards:

    Senator Janet Howell
    Joseph V Gartlan Award Fairfax County

    Michael Bizek, Sr.
    Deloris Hampton Award Prince William County

    Joseph Harmon
    Frederick W Silverthorne Award Fairfax City

    Sunday, February 12, 2017, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
    The Esposito’s Restaurant
    9917 Fairfax Blvd, Fairfax, VA 22031

    Cost: $50 per person in advance; $55 at the door
    Sponsorship levels: $100 | $250 | $500 | $1000

    Reservations: Pay online at 11thdistrictdemocrats.org/sturdivant17
    -OR- Print and mail in registration form

    Gerry Connolly is appearing at this event as a special guest. Gerry Connolly is not soliciting funds or donations.

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