Town-Hall Saturday, January 20, 2018
Our state delegates and senators will be home from Richmond, connecting with voters at a series
of town-hall meetings, and Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay will hold his annual open house:
9:30-11am: Barker, Sickles, McKay @ Thompson Center in Kingstowne
11am-1pm: McKay Open House @ Franconia Governmental Center
12-1:30pm: Ebbin & Sickles @ Mt. Eagle Elementary School
2-3:30pm: Ebbin, Surovell, Sickles, Krizek @ Hayfield Elementary School (NOT Hayfield Secondary)
Governor Ralph Northam, right, Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax, and Attorney General Mark Herring celebrate with their families at the inauguration in Richmond on January 13. Photo by Jessica Bowser.
Lee Dems January Meeting
Thursday, January 25 | 7:30 pm,
Landsdowne Campaign Office, 6452 Landsdowne Centre
Join Lee Dems for our first meeting of 2018. All Democrats and progressives welcome! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lots going on this Saturday, but don’t forget March Forward/Virginia March to the Polls in D.C. from 11 am to 3 pm.
CONGRATULATIONS to FCDC’s new chair, Dan Lagana! Dan has inspired and supported Lee Dems over the past two years as FCDC vice chair/south. In the election held on January 9, Lee District’s Patti Dinkelmeyer was elected as the new vice chair/south, and Tiffany Pryce was elected as vice chair/outreach.
Do You Live
in Lee District?
Lee District is one of nine magisterial districts in Fairfax County, Virginia. Located just south of the City of Alexandria, Lee District is home to 123,000 people.
Stretching from central Springfield in the west to Richmond Highway in the east, Lee contains three high schools—Edison, Hayfield, and Lee—and the newly rebuilt Springfield Town Center as well as Kingstowne Town Centre and Beacon Center. Lee District is served by three Metro stations: Franconia-Springfield, Van Dorn, and Huntington. The Franconia Governmental Center on Franconia Road houses the offices of Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay.