Join the LGBT Dems of VA Celebrate 2013 Wins at Brunch event
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The LGBT Democrats of Virginia are throwing an inaugural brunch event to support the wins from the 2013 election, and the up-coming special elections for Ralph Northam’s (Lt. Governor) and Mark Herring’s (Attorney General) seats on the state senate. Here’s a copy of the invitation, tickets to the January 11th event can be purchased here.
Thank you all for the amazing amount of work that got us to this point. We know that you want to be a part of the celebration, and we hope that you will join us at the Inaugural Brunch sponsored by the LGBT Democrats of Virginia. Our brunch will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Downtown Richmond from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturday, January 11th.
This great event offers a close proximity to the actual Inauguration ceremony while giving you the opportunity to warm yourself with an all you can eat buffet, a cash bar, and the company of other exited Democratic activists that worked hard to make this day a reality. You won’t want to miss this party which includes a big screen TV to watch the festivities. Self parking is included in the ticket price of $50. We also are very close to everything that is happening in Richmond that day, so if you want it is an easy walk to the Capitol.
We want to see you there so that you can enjoy one of the biggest inauguration parties in Richmond.
Also, the LGBT Democrats of VA have a room block for $114 each night on Friday andSaturday. Limited rooms are available, but be sure to mention us when you make your reservations for a chance at these amazing rates. Don’t hesitate!
All proceeds from this event go to support our efforts to help candidates in coming elections. We all know that Virginia never rests as we have elections every year, but this year has been extra special. While many of us have been planning for the holidays and thinking of the election of 2013 in the past tense, many have continued working and will continue to work for days to come.
So many of you were out across the Commonwealth putting in 16 hour days making sure that Mark Herring prevailed in the recount, and now many more of you are still working to get Lynwood Lewis elected in the 6th Senate District to replace Ralph Northam when that special election is held January 7th. Jennifer Wexton, the Democratic candidate in the 33rd Senate District, is one of three candidates running in the special election to replace Mark Herring, which will be held January 21st. Also,Sam Rasoul is the Democratic candidate running to replace Del. Ware in the 11th House of Delegates District in the special election that will be held on January 7th.
Virginia never rests, so we cannot rest either!
Please be a part of our brunch and help us kickstart our 2014 PAC fundraising. Join us by purchasing tickets by clicking here. If you cannot be there but would like to contribute, please do by clicking here.
We so appreciate your support. We will continue working hard to elect Democratic pro-equality candidates across the Commonwealth!
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