McAuliffe, Northam, Herring Inauguration Day

January 11, 2014


Northam, McAuliffe, Herring

Best Wishes to Lt. Governor Ralph Northam

Governor Terry McAuliffe

Attorney General Mark Herring

Picture credit Delegate Mark Keam from Facebook


Terry McAuliffe Inauguration Weather Mirrors Tim Kaine’s

January 11, 2014

TerryMa Gov VA


Just as with Tim Kaine’s inauguration in 2006 in Williamsburg, rain did not dampen the spirits in Richmond today as Terrence R. McAuliffe became the 72nd Governor of Virginia amongst well wishers from across the Commonwealth.

Thanks to Susan Rowland for posting this picture to facebook

Veterans Day 2013

November 11, 2013

Veterans Day is a day we honor all Americans who have answered our nation’s call to service in our military.

On this Veterans Day, 2013 we especially remember those lives lost in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

Virginia Voters … Did You Vote Provisionally?

November 6, 2013
If you voted provisionally (in a green envelope), your ballot is at risk of being thrown out. To make sure your vote gets counted, call our voter information hotline right now at 1-855-910-VOTE (8683).  Please SHARE this with your friends to make sure their voices are heard.
NOTE:  Our Attorney General Candidate, Mark Herring is incredibly close to winning — and securing a Democratic sweep, but they need your help. Please SHARE this to make sure everyone’s vote is counted.

Democrats Win Across Virginia

November 5, 2013

Democrats Win Across Virginia

Follow 2013 Virginia Election Results

November 5, 2013

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November 5, 2013

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VOTE TUESDAY VIRGINIA Terry McAuliffe, Ralph Northham, MarK Herring

November 4, 2013

VOTE TUESDAY VIRGINIA Terry McAuliffe, Ralph Northham, MarK Herring

I got this email earlier from “Northam for Lt. Governor” … like him I ask you for your VOTE for all our great Democratic Party candidates all across the Commonwealth …

Dear Shawn,

You have had my back every step of the way. Your unwavering commitment is the cornerstone of our campaign, and I wanted to let you know just how grateful I am.

Before the polls open up on Tuesday, I need to make one last ask of you: your vote.

I never take anything for granted; the stakes are just too high for that. I wanted to share with you one last time why I need your vote on Election Day.

I got into this race because I wanted to bring Virginians together in order to move our Commonwealth forward. As your Lieutenant Governor, I will put an end to the extreme social agenda that has rolled into Richmond over the last couple of years. As a doctor, it is appalling that legislators would tell a woman what she should and shouldn’t be doing with her body.

Every major newspaper has endorsed our campaign. Why? Because I have a record of bipartisan problem solving, and I will continue to champion mainstream solutions to help Virginia families. A good doctor listens to his patients, and during this campaign, I have traveled across Virginia to listen to Virginians from all walks of life. I will be a Lieutenant Governor who will work every day for all Virginians.

We need to make Virginia more welcoming and keep the “open for business” sign shining bright. Discrimination has no place in the Commonwealth, and I will take a lead in advocating equality for all.

I am the only candidate this year to be endorsed by both the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce PAC and the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce PAC. I will make it my priority to create new jobs and make Virginia a top business destination for new companies. I will continue my efforts to put Virginians back to work and to make Virginia the undisputed best state for business.

The only way to achieve that kind of economic success is to make sure we have a world-class public school system. Virginia’s schools are our crown jewel, and as your Lieutenant Governor, I will make sure Virginia students will be prepared for the good-paying jobs of tomorrow. Every Virginia child must have access to pre-k so our children begin school ready to learn.

We have a lot of work to do and I have the experience to get it done. I humbly ask for your vote.

Thank you again for all you do,


McAuliffe’s Commitment To Virginia

November 1, 2013

After you watch Terry McAuliffe’s ad “Proud,” be sure to commit to VOTE on Tuesday, November 5th at

Join President Barack Obama in Supporting Terry McAuliffe For Virginia’s Next Governor

October 29, 2013

President Barack Obama will join us on the campaign trail in Arlington on Sunday, November 3rd. Doors open at 11:45 a.m.

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, October 30, at 12:00 p.m. at any of these Democratic Party of Virginia offices:

  • Arlington Office: 2050 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 200, Arlington, VA 22201
  • Alexandria Office: 618 N. Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
  • Springfield Office: 6354 Springfield Plaza, Springfield, VA 22150
  • Fairfax City Office: 11202 Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030

Note: Tickets are free. Tickets are required for admission, but do not guarantee entrance, which is first-come, first-serve.

My wife Dorothy likes to joke that I wouldn’t sleep if I didn’t have to.

Maybe that’s why I love the last days of this campaign so much. We’re on the road around the clock, talking to voters about my plan to move Virginia forward and urging them to own a piece of it by voting on November 5th.

I’m excited President Obama is returning to Virginia to help us spread that message — and I hope you can join us.

7 days to go! Let’s keep it up!



NOT “Paid for by Terry McAuliffe for Governor”