Hanover County, VA Focus
RICK WAUGH KNOWS the Seventh District
! He KNOWS the people, our needs and our everyday concerns.
! He KNOWS our most pressing problems.
! He KNOWS how to listen.
! He KNOWS how to get things done.
ERIC CANTOR NOs the Seventh District
! He voted NO on calling card consumer protection (6/10).
! He voted NO on establishing a small business lending fund (6/10).
! He voted NO on extension of unemployment benefits (4/10) (6/10).
! He voted NO on enforcing limits on CO2 global warming pollution (6/09).
! He voted NO on enforcement against anti-gay hate crimes (4/09).
! He voted NO on modifying bankruptcy rules to avoid mortgage foreclosures (3/09).
! He voted NO on monitoring TARP funds to ensure more mortgage relief (1/09)
! He voted NO on shareholders limiting executive compensation (1/09).
! He voted NO on the Employee Free Choice Act (3/09).
BUT he voted YES to bailing out his wife's bank.
RICK WAUGH knows when to say NO.
! NO to unsafe drilling in Virginia waters.
! NO to oil in the Chesapeake.
! NO to corporate welfare.
! NO to lifetime positions in the House.
… And when to say YES.
! YES to reforming No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top.
! YES to supporting teachers and parents.
! YES to creating jobs and helping small businesses prosper.
! YES to plain, honest talk from the heart as a man who has dedicated his professional
life to solving problems for Virginians.
Learn more about Rick Waugh, his beliefs, and his common sense solutions at:
! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rick-Waugh-for-Congress/
! Twitter: http://twitter.com/rickwaugh
! Website: http://www.rickwaugh.com/
NAACP in Hanover County:
Address: P.O. Box 2112
Mechanicsville, VA 23116
Web Site: www.hcbnaacp.org
Hanover County Branch NAACP monthly meeting
Date: 4th Tuesday of each month
Time: 6:30 PM
Place: Our monthly meeting place has changed temporarily from the Hanover Recreation Center (because of remodeling) to the Pride of Hanover Lodge 264, 311 Berkley Street Ashland, Virginia.
Hanover Democratic Committee is committed to reaching out to the community, building a broad-based political committee, raising money to support our efforts to nominate and run candidates for federal, state, and local level. We realize that electing Democrats to local, state and national offices is the key to making this country the best it can be for all citizens. We understand that political committees are built from the ground up and we accept that challenge as the Hanover Democratic Committee. For more information contact your local district chair:
Beaverdam District Chair:
To volunteer, call Gordon Silver at 804-399-3000 or Toni Radler at 804-730-2364.
For the rest of the county, contact the Hanover County Dems through this website.