Events

Upcoming

Thursday, September 19th, 2:30-4:30pm - Senator Mark Warner Reception
You are invited to join Senator Mark Warner for a reception in support of Laura Galante Democratic Nominee for the Virginia House of Delegates 18th District. To RSVP please contact Paul Wevers at [email protected] or call (540)-680-3127.

Thursday, Sept 25th, 7:00-9:00PM - Marshall Community Center
Fauquier Chamber, in partnership with the Fauquier Farm Bureau, Fauquier Bar Association, Fauquier Now and Fauquier Times, have scheduled a candidate forum for Va House District 18 and Fauquier Board of Supervisor – Marshall District.

Thursday, October 3rd, 6:30PM - Germana Community College, Culpeper
Culpeper Chamber of Commerce Candidates Forum. (All House of Delegate and Senate candidates)

Tuesday, October 8th, at 7:30pm at the Marshall Community Center - Annual Marshall Business and Residents Association Candidates Night Community Meeting
During our annual Candidates Nights meeting, each candidate who attends will have time to address the audience and bring materials to pass out, if desired. The Marshall Business and Residents Association is a long-standing private, volunteer civic organization that has served the Marshall community for decades. Our annual Candidates Night is looked forward to by Marshall area residents, businesses, and farmers as an opportunity to learn more about those who wish to represent us.


Recent Facebook Posts

U.S. Senator Mark Warner just endorsed my campaign for Delegate, and he's coming to Warrenton to help us flip this District ON THURSDAY!

RSVP here: secure.actblue.com/donate/warrenton

I’m honored to receive Senator Warner’s support and I’m proud to share his endorsement with you today:

“Laura is a patriot who has spent over a decade defending America from our enemies in cyberspace. Her knowledge on everything from bolstering local cybersecurity, to expanding market access for farms, to renewing an emphasis on apprenticeship programs will make her a powerful advocate for the 18th District and Virginians across the Commonwealth.”

-U.S. Senator Mark Warner

Will you join Senator Warner and help me bring real leadership to the 18th District?

RSVP here: www.facebook.com/events/958122147869571/
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Proud to stand with so many dedicated candidates and public servants this weekend, as we kicked off fall election season, including Mike Hammond (Candidate, Scott District School Board), Justin Hannah (Candidate, Loudoun County Sheriff), Jess Foster (Candidate, HD-88), Sally Hudson (Candidate, HD-57), Ronnie Ross (Candidate, SD-27) and our 5th District Congressional candidates: Kim Daugherty, John Lesinski, and Cameron Webb. A big thank you to Delegates Elizabeth Guzman and Sam Rasoul for sharing their inspiring stories with all of us! ...

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Making the rounds today, and I enjoyed stopping by the McDaniel for Marshall kick off. We are lucky to have Mary Leigh as our Supervisor—she’s on the ballot this November too. ...

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Today marks the 18th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. This Wednesday, like every September 11th that has passed since 2001, I reflect on the profound terror that day brought to Virginian and American soil. Nearly three thousand people perished, including hundreds of first responders and thousands of Americans from New York to Virginia.

In the aftermath of the attacks it became abundantly clear that our elected leaders failed to heed repeated warnings from the Intelligence Community. That failure had a profound impact on the lives of so many Americans, including my own. Since then, more than 200 Virginians have died fighting in the War on Terror, a war that has now spans multiple generations of Americans. The attacks of 9/11 awakened me to the realities of a global world, and kindled my desire to protect America from our enemies, propelling me to a career in cybersecurity and foreign affairs.

Though the physical scars of these attacks have long since been cleared from New York City, a field outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania and from the Pentagon itself, the burden of that day in September 2001 weighs heavy on many Americans. Beyond the initial loss and grief, many first responders and survivors of that terrible day now suffer from cancers and respiratory diseases brought on by the attacks’ aftermath.

America became a more fearful place that day and our country’s policies have frequently reflected that change. I hope and pray that the next generations of Americans never bear witness to the kind of horror and change wrought by that single day in September 2001.
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Max here. Visited with and heard from all of our great candidates last night at the Fauquier Dems Gala. Jessica Foster (HoD 88th), Laura, Ronnie Ross (Senate 27th) and Elizabeth Guzman (HoD 31st) were bringing down the House! Amazing energy in the room. Senator McClellan got the night going with a speech that both inspired you, and made you think.

What are you doing to help Laura and these other great candidates get elected?
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Want to talk to more voters in an evening than you ever have before? Want to meet other activists in your area? Want to make a huge difference in our election?

If you do, join us for our phone bank in Warrenton on Thursday, from 5 to 8. If you can, please bring your phone and a laptop or tablet. We can't wait to see you there!

If you need more information, don't hesitate to reach out!
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2 weeks ago

Laura Galante for Delegate

Nonstop around here: I went to Richmond for the annual Broadband Summit...I’m peeling back the layers to improve our internet access in the 18th. I spent the afternoon knocking doors in north Culpeper and talked with a veteran who routinely travels to DC or WV for help on her claim paperwork. I’m out listening so we can get down to business for our families and veterans. Join us and come out to knock doors this weekend! ...

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We’re out tonight at Warrenton’s First Friday, and it’s packed. Stop by and say hi! ...

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Max here. Yesterday, we had postcarding in Warrenton, and Women to Women phonebanking in Marshall (see other post). Meanwhile, in Warren County, our very own Tom Howarth is out putting up signs! ...

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