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Del. Herring to Run for DPVA Chair

Following the announcement by DPVA Chairman Brian Moran that he will be stepping down in December effective at the next meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee meeting on December 8th in Williamsburg, Delegate Charniele Herring (D-46th, www.CharnieleHerring.com) announced her candidacy for the office. Here is her announcement to run for Chair, read more.

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Moran to Step Down as Party Chair Following Successful Elections

Richmond, VA – Democratic Party of Virginia Chairman Brian Moran released the following statement today announcing that he will step down from his position following a successful 2012 campaign effort: “Being the Chairman of the Democratic Party of Virginia over these past two years has been one of the great honors of my life. I [...]

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Big Bus Tour

At 11:30 TODAY, Sunday, October 14th,  an impressive group of well-known Democrats* will be in the OFA office at Sacramento Drive (8796 Sacramento Dr., Alexandria, VA 22309; map, click here). Come! Tell everyone about it. For those who are willing and able there’ll be canvassing immediately afterwards – wear your walking shoes. Sign up to let us know you’re coming (walk ins are also welcome), click here.

* Jennifer Granholm, former Governor of

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Pancakes for St. Patrick’s Day

Please join DPVA Chairman Brian Moran and friends for the 2012 NOVA Pancake Breakfast.  Saturday, March 17, 2012  8-10 am. $25 - individual, $75 - family of 4, other contribution levels appreciated. T.C. Williams High School - Cafeteria (3330 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302; map, click here). To RSVP for this event, click here.

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DPVA Chair Brian Moran Named Interim President Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities

WASHINGTON, DC – June 17, 2011 – The Board of Directors of the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU) announced today that Harris N. Miller, CEO and President for the past four years, has decided to resign, effective today, June 17, 2011. Brian Moran, APSCU’s Executive Vice President of Government Affairs and General [...]

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2011 Pancake Breakfast Pictures

The 2011 DPVA Chairman’s Pancake Breakfast held March 19th at TC Williams evolved from Brian Moran’s Annual Pancake Breakfast. More than 100 people attended. Speakers included State Senators Patsy Ticer and Dick Saslaw, as well as past DNC Chairman Terry McAufliffe, DPVA Chairman Brian Moran, former Mayor and past DPVA Chairman Kerry Donley, and Dr. Babur Lateef (running for [...]

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Pancakes with the Chairman

Please join DPVA Chairman Brian Moran for his 2011 NoVA Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 8-10 am at T.C. Williams High School Cafeteria (3330 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302; map, click here). Individual tickets $25 (family of 4 – $75; other sponsorship levels available – $100 – $2,500). For tickets and to RSVP for this [...]

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DPVA Weekly Top 5 for January 25, 2011

Welcome to the DPVA Weekly Top 5, your review of the top five stories from the past week and a look at what’s ahead. 1. George Allen is running for the Senate Former Senator George Allen formally announced yesterday that he will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for the Senate seat he lost [...]

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A New Direction for DPVA

The Democratic Party of Virginia will elect a new Chairman on Saturday, December 4th in Newport News at the regular quarterly meeting. Members of the DPVA Central Committee* will cast their ballot to choose the new Party leader. Filing deadline for Chairman is November 29th, and at this time two candidates have filed: Brian Moran and Peter Rousselot.

  Brian Moran

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    Candidate for Chairman DPVA, Brian Moran

    Our Next Step Forward  Brian Moran for DPVA Chair For reference see: DPVA To Elect New Chairman Statement from Chairman Cranwell I write to you to express my intent to run for Chairman of the Democratic Party of Virginia. When my good friend Dickie Cranwell announced he was going to retire as Chairman, I thought [...]

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