Just imagine

Imagine if Hillary Clinton had done this.

Hillary Clinton is president. It’s learned that she has deep ties to Putin and the Russian spy agency. She puts utterly unqualified billionaires in cabinet posts. She pursues public policies that benefit her and her billionaire friends. She puts her daughter Chelsea in a position of influence in the West Wing, gives her her own office and allows her to use that position to forward her own business interests. And — Chelsea’s husband is Hillary’s chief advisor. The private business trips taken by Chelsea and her husband are paid for by the taxpayers.

She refuses to release any tax returns, she blocks access to the visitor logs in the White House and Bill refuses to live in the White House so our tax dollars are spent keeping him safe in Chappaqua. Hillary spends almost every weekend lounging in her own, privately-held resort. Her private resort gets reimbursed for all “official” government functions (including security) because she chooses to conduct all her “business” and personal functions there. She and her family live in three White Houses at the same time.

In an interview, she names the wrong country she bombed while bragging about the chocolate cake she was eating while she ordered said bombing. I could go on and on.

If Hillary Clinton were president and if she had done any of the above, the outrage, the outcries, the screaming by Republicans would be heard around the world and impeachment proceedings would already be underway.  Yet, Donald Trump has done everything listed above and we hear not a peep out of Republicans.

Senator Tim Kaine’s staff to meet constituents: Heathsville, Wednesday, May 3

On Wednesday, May 3, Senator Kaine’s staff will host Kaine Connects office hours at the Northumberland Public Library in Heathsville. Staff will be available from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

RSVP by emailing gaston_araoz-riveros@kaine.senate.gov for the point of contact, but walk in appointments are also welcome.

Northumberland Public Library
7204 Northumberland Highway
Heathsville VA, 22473
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

For more information on upcoming Kaine Connects, click here.

May 3, Kilmarnock: Public information meeting about gerrymandering

Ready to help make grassroots change in Virginia and ensure fair redistricting? Join us to discuss local efforts to raise awareness, provide information, and advocate for meaningful reform.

Come out Wednesday, May 3rd

Lancaster Community Library 
16 Town Centre Drive
Kilmarnock, VA 22482

 4:00PM – Gerrymandering 101: Discussion and Q&A

Politicians get to pick their own voters through a process called “gerrymandering.”   Get a crash course in gerrymandering! Learn about the history of it in Virginia, how it’s affected you, and get your questions answered!

5:00PM – Regional Action Group Interest Meeting

Northumberland Democratic Party meeting, Thursday, April 20

The Northumberland County Democratic Party will hold their regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 20, 7:00 PM, at the Northumberland Library.  If you wish, bring a snack to share and join us at 6:30.

Guests will be:

  • Vivian Messner, Democratic candidate for the 99th House of Delegates seat now held by Republican Margaret Ransone.
  • Zakiya Thomas, campaign manager for Justin Fairfax, candidate for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor.

District 99 is being contested by 2 Democratic candidates this cycle:  Vivian Messner and Francis Edwards. The seat is currently held by Republican Margaret Ransone. This seat was not challenged by a Democrat in the last cycle. The last time it was challenged by a Democrat was in 2011.

The mother of Tom Perriello, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Virginia’s governor, will be our guest at our May 18 meeting.

IMPORTANT!!! Northumberland Democratic Caucus, Thursday, April 20; 7:30 PM, Northumberland Library

The Northumberland Democratic Party was scheduled to hold a caucus on Thursday, April 20, 7:30 PM, at the Northumberland Library to select delegates to the First District Democratic Committee.

As of 5:01 PM, Wednesday, April 19, 2017, two delegates have volunteered:  According to the rules of the Democratic Party of Virginia, Frank Kober and Joe Schlatter are the delegates from Northumberland County to the First District Democratic Committee Convention, May 13, 2o17.

Selection of Northumberland County Delegates is now closed.