All Set for 2018!

The Lee District Democratic Committee completed reorganization on December 9, with a total of 102 members and a new team of officers. Pictured, from left: Hugh Robertson, treasurer; Ed Joseph, vice chair/precinct operations; Michele Menapace, secretary; Mary Anne Mulligan, vice chair/communications; Alex Kirkland, chair; Pat Bittner, vice chair/membership; Liz Murphy, vice chair/outreach; Carson Evans, vice chair/fundraising; and Todd Smyth, vice chair/technology. Jennifer Labach was elected vice chair/events.

Fairfax County Democratic Committee reorganization

Tuesday, January 9 | 7:30 pm
Woodson High School, 9525 Main St., Fairfax

Special meeting to elect FCDC officers for the 2018-2019 biennium. Only those who submitted membership applications or renewed their membership by Friday, December, 1, are eligible to vote in reorganization.

For complete details and events throughout Fairfax County, see the FCDC Calendar.

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Thanks to all of our members and friends who helped elect our Democratic ticket on November 7.

This was a phenomenal team effort, from our energized canvassers and phonebankers to the dedicated precinct volunteers who stood outside to greet voters on a miserable cold, rainy day.

Congratulations to our statewide ticket, and to our three re-elected delegates: Vivian Watts, Mark Sickles, and Paul Krizek!

Our winning team with President Barack Obama in Richmond, October 2017. From left: Justin Fairfax (lieutenant governor-elect), Attorney General Mark Herring (re-elected), and Governor-Elect Ralph Northam.

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.