Lee Luau 2019

Thanks to Susie Warner, our host for 10 successful years of Lee Luaus! And to Mary Magnini for coordinating the fantastic food, and to Carol Marek for coordinating a highly successful silent auction! Our thanks, also, to all the sponsors and volunteers.


Photo by Elza Daniel





Jeff McKay is the first-ever Lee District Democratic nominee for Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, winning the primary election on June 11 over Alicia Plerhoples, Ryan McElveen and Tim Chapman.

Rodney Lusk is the Democratic nominee for Lee District Supervisor, winning June 11 over Kelly Hebron, James Migliaccio and Larysa Kautz. 

Challenger Steve Descano defeated incumbent Democrat Ray Morrogh for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth’s Attorney. 

In the 35th Senate District, incumbent Senator Dick Saslaw prevailed despite a tough three-way race, defeating Yasmine Taeb and Karen Torrent. Lee District’s Crestwood and Lynbrook precincts are in the 35th District.

Lee District’s remaining state senators and delegates were unopposed in the primary. For a full list of Democratic candidates in the November 5 election, visit the Fairfax County Democratic Committee website.

For unofficial primary election results displayed graphically, go to the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) website.

FCDC has also made the following endorsements:
For Fairfax County School Board:

  • Karen Keys-Gamarra (at large, incumbent)
  • Abrar Omeish (at large)
  • Rachna Sizemore Heizer (at large)
  • Tammy Derenak Kaufax, (Lee District, incumbent)

For Director, Northern Virginia Soil & Water Conservation District: 

  • Chris Koerner
  • Gerald Peters (incumbent)
  • Monica Billger

July Lee Dems meeting

Wednesday, July 10, 7:30 pm
Franconia Governmental Center | 6121 Franconia Road

Monthly meetings are a great place to meet 

Lee Dems Luau

Saturday, August 3, 6 pm
Susie Warner’s home
6229 Edison Drive, Alexandria 22310


Lee Lawmakers ‘Focused and Got Things Done’ in Richmond

A redistricting bill. Tax relief. Coal ash clean-up. A surge in education funding. Lee District legislators, speaking to a packed house at the Lee Dems March 13 meeting, cited those key victories and other battles won and lost in Richmond during a chaotic 2019 session. “There were lots of controversies in the executive branch, but we focused and got things done,” Sen. Adam Ebbin said. Six of the...

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