Fairfax Young Democrats will be hosting a special workshop regarding opposition research on March 8 at the Oakton Library (10304 Lynnhaven Place Oakton, 22124). Our workshop will begin at 7:30 PM. The workshop will cover tactics, strategy, and practical application for opposition research candidates and issues. Our presenter will be Fairfax Young Democrats member and political communication professional Sam Miller. It is another great opportunity to add to your political skills or to learn about an important piece of political campaigns.
Sam Miller Biography:
Political communications professional and Fairfax County native. Sam has worked on Democratic campaigns at the local, state, and federal level helping develop messages that tell stories and break through to voters. His most recent experience was in the hotly contested race for Florida's 18th congressional district where he served as the campaign's Communications Director. Prior to that, he served as an on the ground opposition researcher for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) where he learned the strategic skills and best practices for crafting effective counter-narratives against electoral opponents.
The annual Virgina Young Democrats Convention is scheduled for March 17th-19th on the campus of James Madison University in Harrisonburg. The purpose of our annual meeting is to conduct official VAYD business and to develop new skills with young democrats from around the Commonwealth to bring back to our communities. The high school students of Fairfax County have been working hard this year on starting new clubs and being amazing volunteers on our local campaigns. We are collecting donations for students in need that would like to attend the conference. The donation would cover convention registration and transportation costs. If you are looking to help out a student in need, please consider sponsoring a high school student. You can provide a simple donation by clicking HERE.
Due to the popularity of our Fairfax 101: Government & Politics event on February 23rd, we are adding a second Fairfax 101 event. The event program will be the same as the first event on February 23rd. We are just providing another opportunity for individuals to become educated about their community. Our second Fairfax 101: Government & Politics event will be held at the City of Fairfax Regional Library (10360 North Street, Fairfax, 22030) on March 2nd. The meeting will begin at 7:30 PM. For more information, please contact email@example.com.