Hosted by Dougherty, Tobias, Iszard, Northern Virginia Law, P.C. - Address provided upon RSVP
With Special Guest: Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy
Friend $75 | Supporter $150 | Associate $250 | Of-Counsel $500 | Partner $1000
RSVP to Greg at 207-907-5183 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Make checks payable to: Vote Foster P.O. Box 369 Remington, Virginia 22734
Purchase tickets online at: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/womenfosterchange
Jess participates in a Candidate Forum hosted by the Stafford and Fredericksburg branches of the NAACP, at 7 pm on Friday, May 17, at Strong Tower Annex, 234 Ferry Rd., Fredericksburg (South Stafford County). All Democratic and Republican candidates with their names on the June 11 Primary Election ballot in Stafford County and the City of Fredericksburg have been invited to participate.
Vote for Jess Foster on June 11, in the 88th District Democratic Primary Election.
Confirm your voter registration: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/registration/how-to-register/
Early/Absentee Vote information: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/absentee-voting/index.html
Confirm your polling place:
Volunteer to Work a Polling Place: https://secure.ngpvan.com/l_YvhpXn3U6H6B7KketNPQ2
RSVP here: https://act.everytown.org/event/moms-demand-action-event/19577/signup/?source=mdmo_MomsTakeAction&akid=&zip=
Jess attends Fxbg Moms Demand Action to discuss gun violence prevention issues and also talk about how to productively talk to gun owners.
Candidates for the 54th HD ; 55th HD ; 56th, 88th HD will introduce themselves and answer questions. Moderated by Marty Wilder, former Chancellor District School Board Member.
Join Jess as she attends the The 29th Annual Multicultural Fair. The Fair generally attracts 5,000 to 6,000 people each year, and exemplifies the University of Mary Washington’s commitment to enhancing multicultural awareness. The Fair provides an entire day devoted to multicultural entertainment (on four stages), children’s activities, international and American food, and ethnic craft vendors. Each year the Multicultural Student Affairs and James Farmer Multicultural Center work closely with UMW student organizations, faculty and staff in planning festivities. The University also partners with the greater Fredericksburg community, which plays an integral role in successfully implementing the fair. For more information, visit https://students.umw.edu/multicultural/fair/.