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Fairfax County Democratic Committee JJ Dinner – May 4


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We are just a week away from the Jefferson Jackson Dinner, and we've got a great program in store for you!Mitch Stewart

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Keynote Speaker Mitch Stewart
Mitch served as Obama 2012 Battleground States Director, Organizing for America National Director, 2008 Obama for Virginia State Director, and is currently a Founding Partner at 270 Strategies and Senior Advisor for the Ready for Hillary PAC (click for news).

It is going to be an exciting evening with Senator Mark WarnerCongressman Gerry Connolly, and our candidate in the 10th Congressional District, John Foust, who will all be speaking.  But nothing could be more exciting than welcoming retiring Congressman Jim Moran to his final Fairfax County JJ Dinner as Congressman. We hope you will join us for a tribute to his service.   

Tickets, Sponsorships and Auction contributions are still available.  Details below:

The Fairfax County Democratic Committee Requests the Pleasure of your Company at the
Jefferson Jackson Dinner

Sunday, May 4th, 2014
McLean Hilton
7920 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA 22102

VIP Reception 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Silent Auction 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Dinner 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Featuring a Special Presentation in Honor of Congressman Jim Moran
Keynote remarks by Strategist Mitch Stewart
Remarks by Senator Mark Warner

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