Debunking McCain and the Activist Judge Myth

In today’s Washington Post, Ruth Marcus, drives a stake through the heart of the Republican “activist judges” boogie man that is so frequently thrown around to excite their socially conservative supporters. Ruth Marcus, High Court Caricature, Washington Post (May 14, 2008) Republican Presidents from Ronald Reagan, George Bush #1, to George Bush #2 have used […]

Congressional Conventions: Delegate / Alternate Vacancies Need Filling

Some Magisterial Districts have vacancies for Delegates and Alternates to the Congressional District Conventions (8th, 10th and 11th Congressional Districts) this coming Saturday. Please contact your local chair for further information. Click here for their contact information. For details about the process to fill vacancies …


You can now designate where you would like your donations to go at FCDC. We have broken our budget into three main components: (1) General Campaign, (2) Capital Campaign, and (3) Joint Campaign. To read more about each campaign and how to donate, keep on reading.

Mildred Loving: A Life With Meaning

This week, another civil rights pioneer has passed away. In 1958, Mildred Jeter drove North to Washington, D.C. to marry her childhood sweetheart, Richard Perry Loving, and then home to Central Point in Caroline County just south of Fredericksburg. Six weeks later, Sheriff’s Deputies appeared at their home at 2 A.M. with warrants charging the […]

Mark Warner for US Senate – May 5th

Results For A Change Announcement Tour Mark Warner is coming to NOVA to launch his campaign for the US Senate May 5th! Where: The Carlyle Club (411 John Carlyle St, Alexandria, VA 22314; map: click here) When: Monday, May 5 @ 7pm RSVP: call Joe Abbey at 703.740.5100 or go to add to your […]