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Why Volunteer?
Campaign Offices
Volunteer at an Event

Letters to the Editor

Why Volunteer?

Volunteers are the backbone of our Democracy.  Virginia has elections every year and each year the Fairfax County Democratic Committee (FCDC) registers new voters, organizes more than 240 precincts, protects people’s Right to Vote, supplies campaigns with important resources, sponsors an internship program with dozens of young people, makes sure our voters know who is on the ballot, how they stand on the issues, where to vote, how to vote absentee, and we get our voters out to vote on Election Days.

FCDC also has a headquarters office in the middle of the County and your contributions pay for the rent, utilities and office supplies so we can help get Democrats elected.  That’s how we win. That’s how we move Fairfax County forward and your contributions of time and money help make that happen. Please fill out our volunteer sign up form and we will make sure your time and effort are put to good use.

Click the box above for our Volunteer signup form where you can select from activities you may be interested in.

Fairfax County Supervisor Districts

Campaign Offices

When we receive new information about campaign offices and contacts, we’ll post them here.

Virginia Coordinated Campaign
Supporting Ralph Northam for Governor, Justin Fairfax for Lt. Governor, Mark Herring for Attorney General and our House candidates

South County
6452 Landsdowne Center Dr.
Alexandria, VA 22315
Contact: Emily Dean-McKinney (Burke area)
Owen Berger (South County area)

North County
Herndon Campaign Office
131 Elden St, 3rd Floor
Herndon, VA 20170
Contact: Morgan Burris (McLean area)
Rebecca Brehm (Vienna, Reston, Wolftrap area) (703) 307-8052
Uma Loganathan (571) 732-0767 (Fairfax City and Sully District)

Central Fairfax County
Brodie Allen (Falls Church and North Mason District)

Fairfax City Office
Jermantown Square Shopping Center
11200 Lee Hwy
Fairfax, VA 22030 (map)

Fairfax Democrats Headquarters

Regular office hours 10am-4pm Mon-Fri
Phone Banks Tues-Thurs  from 4-9pm
Saturdays 9am-6pm, Sundays 12-6pm
Click here to sign up
8500 Executive Park Ave. Suite 402
Fairfax, VA  22031 (map)
(703) 573-6811

Arlington/Alexandria Headquarters
1611 S. Walter Reed Dr.
Arlington, VA 22204 (map)
Contact: Erin Phillips (517) 944-0263

Justin Fairfax for Lt. Governor
2300 9th Street South
Penthouse Level
Arlington, VA 22204
Contact gotv@fairfaxforlg.com

Karrie Delaney for Delegate (HD-67)
3901 Fair Ridge Drive
Fairfax, VA 22033

Kathleen Murphy for Delegate (HD-34)
6888 Elm St.
McLean, VA  22101
(571) 999-2648
Click here to volunteer

Kathy Tran for Delegate
6116 Rolling Rd #301a,
West Springfield, VA 22152 (map)
Contact: Adi Radhakrishnan (703) 646-1256

Volunteer at an Event

Click here to view a listing of upcoming Democratic Activities
Many of the events can use volunteers.  Most are supervised by an affiliated organization such as a campaign.  If you need assistance contacting the organizer, contact us.

FCDC Headquarters open 10am-4pm Mon-Fri.  Contact us at (703) 573-6811.
8500 Executive Park Ave.
Suite 402
Fairfax, VA  22031
(703) 573-6811


Letters to the Editor

Be Heard! Write a Letter To the Editor. If it’s important to you, write a letter to the editors of your local newspapers.  Your voice will be heard, and may even be published. Democrats have always supported a free and independent press.  It is the privilege of citizenship to express oneself freely and openly.Choose your paper, click and send the letter. It’s that easy! We’ve included newspapers that take email letter submissions. If you have corrections and/or suggestions for other local newspapers / media, please contact us.

  • most effective and are likely to be published when limited to one or two strong points
  • keep letters short, between 200 and 250 words (300 max)
  • mention the main reason you are writing at the beginning of your letter, preferably in the first sentence
  • letters must include your home and/or business telephone number and address
  • compose in word processing first: spell check, word count