• The FCDC Zoom Meeting

    7:30 3rd Tuesday

  • On Jan.18 the Fauquier County Democratic Committee met in caucus to reorganize and in the immediately following meeting elected these new leaders for the 2022-23 term.
    Chair: Max Hall
    Vice-Chair: Suzanne Nadeau
    Secretary: Nigel Ogilvie
    Treasurer: Melissa Wiedenfeld


    Magisterial District Leaders

         Cedar Run: Carolyn Woodard

         Center: Jeff Davis, Deputy - Nancy Treusch

         Lee: Donna Rose

         Marshall: Irv Woods,  Deputy - Kim Gibson

         Scott: Virginia Jackson, Deputy - Larry Jackson


    A Message from our new Chairperson


    Friends and Fellow Fauquier County Democrats,


    On behalf of Vice-chair Suzanne Nadeau, Secretary Nigel Ogilvie, Treasurer Melissa Wiedenfeld, and myself, thanks to the members of the Fauquier County Democratic Committee (FCDC) for electing us as the leadership team for 2022-2023. We are excited for the opportunity to work with all of you over the coming two years.


    Thanks also to Whitney Petrilli, Larry Jackson, Kathy Marmet, and Colleen Taylor who are stepping down. Their hard work over the past four years for FCDC has made a tremendous difference. Membership in the FCDC has more than doubled and our members’ efforts promote strong Democratic voter turnout. Please give them a pat on the back when you see them, and tell them, “Job well done!”


    We are all excited to be a part of the newly-drawn 10th U.S. House District, served by Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton. We look forward to working with other voters in the 10th to keep our new U.S. House District blue this fall! FCDC will soon start an education program across the county, ensuring our constituents are aware of the new federal and state district boundaries, as the recent statewide redistricting affected not only the 10th U.S. House District, but also our districts for the Virginia House of Delegates and State Senate. You can see the new boundaries here:
    maps_special_masters.pdf (vacourts.gov)


    The FCDC leadership team is already working together to plan for 2022, building around five central tenets: Organize, Plan, Energize and Engage, Expand our Outreach efforts, and Think Like a Start-up Company. We need to be agile and responsive while taking a long-term approach. If you are not yet a member of the Fauquier County Dems, please consider joining us: you can find the application here: Get Involved - FCDC (fauquierdemocrats.org)


    We look forward to meeting the challenges of the coming year. Thanks to those who attended our Biennial Reorganization Caucus, and thanks in advance to all our fellow Fauquier Dems for your work to support our shared goals in 2022. And let’s have fun along the way!

    Max Hall
    Chairperson, FCDC

    Here are a few things in the bill that will help working people:

    Creation of hundreds of thousands of good-paying union jobs in the green economy.
    Removal of tax breaks for corporations offshoring jobs.
    A guarantee workers get paid family and medical leave.


    More than 865,000 Americans have died!!

    That's more than 1 in 384
    Don't be one or cause one

    95% were unvaccinated

    While cases are much less severe among the vaccinated

    failure to mask and take precautions has led to many cases among them.

    Get your free at-home test kits

    Now at covidtests.gov 

    Information and resources

    for COVID-19:


    The Delta outbreak is still raging and omicron has come. Almost every single one of the 100 million unvaccinated Americans who hasn't had COVID-19 yet will likely get it in the coming months, short of taking the sort of strong isolation and masking precautions that seem unlikely in the vaccine-hesitant population.

    Take Care!

    Local pediatrician on Kids and Covid

    Read Fauquier Times OPED by local Dr. Richard Swift, 

    Pulmonary & Critical Care Specialists of Northern Virginia

    Coronavirus Hotline

    If you or someone you know is being directly affected by COVID-19, please use the contact information below to reach the Commonwealth of Virginia's Coronavirus hotline. Whatever your situation may be, the folks who monitor these hotlines should be able to assist you with your questions and concerns.

    Good Q & A Video from the United Methodist Church


    Volunteer Opportunity

    Governor Northam is calling on more Virginians, with and without medical backgrounds, to volunteer in the fight against COVID-19. The Virginia Department of Health's Virginia Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is looking for roughly 30,000 volunteers to join them in this effort. For more information, click HERE.

    Safety Precautions

    The CDC and the Governor have recommended that all Virginians wear face masks if they need to go out in public. This was recommended to help mitigate the spread of this virus. For more information from the CDC about face masks, including how to make one yourself, use this link HERE.

    If you feel that you may have contracted the virus, watch for symptoms such as:
    - Shortness of breath
    - High fever
    - Persistent coughing
    Medical officials across the globe have been advising everyone to take basic precautions to lower the risk of contracting and spreading the virus, such as:
    - Washing your hands often, for at least 20 seconds each time
    - Avoiding close contact with people (staying 6 or more feet apart)
    - Avoiding contact with people who even have just slight symptoms of feeling ill
    - Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands
    - Stay at home as much as possible and practice social distancing
    - Cover all of your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, or the inside of your elbow.
    - Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects daily
    Please read the full list of recommendations and news from the CDC by using the link HERE.


    Stay Informed

    For all the latest information and updates regarding COVID-19 in Virginia, click HERE.

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  • What Does the FCDC Do?

    Support Committed Candidates

    The FCDC is responsible for recruiting, nominating and assisting in the election of Democrats to the local governing body, to the Virginia General Assembly, the statewide offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General, the upper and lower houses of the U.S. Congress, and the offices of U.S. President and Vice President.

    Organize & Engage Citizens

    The FCDC engages Fauquier County communities before and during elections to share democratic policies with our neighbors. We make phone calls, knock doors, and host fundraisers and watch parties to win elections. Click here for Volunteer Opportunity.

    Meeting Location

    We normally meet monthly at 7:30pm on the third Tuesday of the month (with the exception of December and when campaign offices have been established)

    10 Hotel Street

    Warrenton, VA

    All Meetings are currently Virtual

    Note: the location indicated by Google Maps is a previous campaign office that we have been unable to get Google to remove.

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    You can also contact us at our mailing address:

    P.O. Box 213

    Warrenton 20188-0213

    Fauquier County, Virginia