• Next Business Meeting
    Wednesday, June 20

    Academy for Discovery at Lakewood School - 1701 Alsace Ave

    We meet the 3rd Wednesday of each month in Room 108. There is an outside entrance to the left of the main entrance.

  • Norfolk Democrats Monthly Breakfast.

    Piccadilly Restaurant - 530 N Military Hwy, Norfolk

    We meet the 1st Saturday of each month - rain or shine. Join us for good food, good friendship and plenty of good ol' fashioned political discussion. $7.99 + tax (includes beverage) or $6.99 for seniors.

    Next breakfast is Saturday, July 7.
  • 2018 Voting Schedule

    November General Election

    November 6 – General Election (US Senate and House of Representatives)
    1. Last day to register to vote or update your address > October 16
    2. Last day to request that an absentee ballot be mailed to you > Monday, October 15 by 5PM
    3. Last day for in-person absentee voting > Saturday, November 3

    ABSENTEE REQUEST BY MAIL NOTICE: The USPS delivery standards changed early last year so that First Class delivery went from 1-3 days to 2-5 days and Standard delivery is now 2-9 days. Please take this into consideration as you start thinking about absentee voting.
  • Norfolk Democrats Annual Cookout
    NEW DATE and TIME due to Storm Alberto

    RESCHEDULED to Sunday, July 1 - 3-6 PM @ Lakewood Park,

    Featuring:

    The Michael Clark Band with Tracy Clark

    Hunter Rhodes MAGIC

    Lively discussions with our National, State, Local elected leaders, and our friendly Committee and family members.

    Great food and door prizes


    A free ticket for each member of the Norfolk City Democratic Committee. Children under 12 free!
  • June Meeting Guest Speaker

    Brian Cannon, Executive Director of ONEVIRGINIA2021

    REDISTRICTING MATTERS - Every decade, with recent results of the census in hand, legislative districts are drawn. Redrawing political lines is a powerful tool that determines who wins an election, controls the legislature, and ultimately which laws pass. In Virginia, legislators create the criteria and draw their own districts. This is a manipulative process known as gerrymandering, and we must create a system that more fairly draws political lines.

The Norfolk Democratic City Committee

Welcomes You – Join Us!

The NCDC is organized for the following purposes:

To do all within its power to aid in the victory of the Democratic Party’s nominees in all elections.

To promote the growth and success of the Democratic Party at the local, state and national levels.To promote efforts to register all qualified Democratic voters in the City of Norfolk and to encourage such voters to participate in the political process.

To recognize the diversity of our society and the belief that our party will be strengthened by these differences. We encourage full, timely and equal opportunity for all segments of the population to participate in party affairs. Particular concern should be undertaken regarding young people, women, African-Americans and other ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities and other constituent groups.

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