Making Democracy Work

Calendar of Events

Date & Time        Place        Description
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Check your polling place at: Election Day.


There is a statewide Republican Primary for U.S. Senate.

There are Republican and Democratic Primaries in Congressional District 2.

There is Republican Primary in Congressional District 4.

Voters in Virginia do not have to be registered with a party to vote in the primary; however, on Election Day voters must choose whether to take a Republican or Democratic ballot. You may only vote in ONE party's primary.

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Can't make it on Election Day?

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Starving Artists' Cafe
4408 Colley Ave.
Norfolk, Va 23508
Breakfast Unit. Cheers to the General Assembly and Governor for passage of Medicaid Expansion in Virginia!

We'll say thanks to Del. Stephen E.Heretick, 79th HD, at the meeting of the Breakfast Unit and ask what's next to implement. We'll also take him up on previous offer to tell us what makes advocacy effective, especially as it applies to Redistricting reform.

Make reservations with Harriet Schley ( and specify whether you are ordering breakfast ($10) or coffee-only ($2) or just-a-seat (Free). Maximum seating 38.

Thursday, June 28, 2018
Marian Manor
5345 Marian Lane
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Lunch Unit. Corina Ladd will be discussing the possibility of updating the League of Women Voters of Virginia's position on women's rights to include support for the Equal Rights Amendment and anti-discrimination language.

RSVP to Sally Nolan at