The Glen Allen Ruritan Club and Henrico Recreation & Parks are hosting the 26th Annual Glen Allen Day on October 8, 2022 at Crump Park and Meadow Farm with the theme “Over 25 Years of Bringing Glen Allen Together.” Henrico Dems will have an outreach booth and will be walking in the parade with our

We are very pleased to announce that a quorum was met at the September meeting, allowing the Committee to consider and approve a highly anticipated bylaws change that establishes Executive Committee representation for the Henrico Democratic Black Caucus and HCDC Student Caucus and that provides a detailed framework for the formation and continued eligibility of additional

This month the Herb Jones campaign said goodbye and thank you to our own Russell Swartz as Campaign Manager. Russell stepped in and stepped up and continually shows his worth with every campaign he’s been part of.  We are so proud of him and can’t wait to see what he does next! And we get to

The new minority Leader of the House of Delegates, Del. Don Scott, is eager to introduce himself to the committee at our September 12 meeting. Follow this link to read a little bit about his fascinating life story. Hon. Jay Jones will also be there to talk to us about his  “Meet Our Moment” project that recruits

The 2022 HCDC Blue Bash will take place on August 6 at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden!   Buy your tickets TODAY!  The lowest Super Early Bird price of $50 per person ends July 18!

The Henrico County Democratic Black Caucus meets Tuesday, June 21 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  All are welcome to attend!   Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84607104315?pwd=Rzk4cXJwT3RuekJCemxhTVc5K3lnZz09 Meeting ID: 846 0710 4315 Passcode: 102312 If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact L.Frances Brown, Recording Secretary, at secretaryhenricoblackcaucus@gmail.com.

Please join us on Tuesday, February 15 at 7:00 p.m. for our virtual monthly meeting.  (Moved from Monday to accommodate Valentine’s Day.)  Our featured speaker will be Hank Chambers, Austin E. Owen Research Scholar & Professor of Law at University of Richmond, with an analysis of how redistricting will impact our political landscape.  Elected officials