A Democrat is running for the 96th District House of Delegates seat for the first time in a decade. The incumbent, Del. Brenda Pogge, prides herself on being a conservative Republican. Her opponent, Yorktown native Kelly DeLucia, sees herself as a member of the resistance movement against President Donald Trump and those who align themselves with him.
Kelly DeLucia was a featured panelist at the Peninsula Task Force on Aging's Community Breakfast Candidate Forum Thursday in Newport News. Thanks to the Task Force's Jaynee Sasso, Chairperson, and Bill Massey, CEO, for hosting this important discussion on challenges facing our senior citizens in the Peninsula.
Article published in The Virginia Gazette by Mary E. Schilling, President League of Women Voters of Williamsburg Area | September 15, 2017: "As a nonpartisan political organization, The League of Women Voters encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public..."
MERRIFIELD, VA – The Competitive Commonwealth Fund (CCFund), a Virginia PAC dedicated to recruiting and funding Democratic candidates in traditional GOP strongholds, announced it had endorsed Kelly DeLucia running in HD96 against Republican incumbent Brenda Pogge.
Watch Kelly's address before The LGBT Democrats of Virginia in Richmond Saturday. Kelly, along with Danica Roem, Dawn Adams, Ben Hixon and Rebecca Colzar all were honored by the Democratic Party's LGBT caucus. Sen. Tim Kaine and Lt. Governor Ralph Northam also spoke.
In a historic first for Virginia, there will be seven LGBTQ candidates competing in elections this year, including the first three out lesbians and the first out transgender woman, Danica Roem, to win a party’s nomination
The winds of anti-Trump sentiment sentiment seem to be blowing hard in Virginia as Democratic turnout for the 2017 Gubernatorial primaries appear to have broken previous records. Democrats came out in droves.
Local progressive activists shared strategies on how to resist the president's agenda on Presidents Day in Williamsburg. Peninsula Indivisible, along with the support of Middle Peninsula Progressives, aimed to provide a forum for information and networking to help local people...
It takes a great deal of energy to make the most of a bad situation. In the wake of the election of our current president, and his subsequent Cabinet appointments, many have conceded that the “bad situation” box can now be checked.