Democrats of Greene! We need volunteers to work the polls on Nov. 5. Hours are from 6 am to 7 pm. We have a few volunteers so far, with the longest stint offered 3 hours—but there’s no rule against serving for more!
For Ruckersville precinct, poll at Ruckersville Fire Station:
Precinct Captain is Lynn Larkins. Contact Cathy Sypher at 434-964-6528, email email@example.com
For Midway precinct, poll at Ruckersville Elementary School:
Precinct Captain is Ted Crackel. Contact Cathy Sypher at 434-964-6528, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Swift Run precinct, poll at Greene County Technical Center: Precinct Captain is Mark Heinicke. Contact Mark Heinicke at 434-531-6824, email email@example.com
For Stanardsville precinct, poll at PVCC in Stanardsville (above library; new location as of 2018):
Precinct Captain is Paul Harrington, Contact Colleen Green 434-985-1230, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Dyke precinct: Precinct Captain Pete Bonds, poll at Dyke Fire Station.
Contact Colleen Green 434-985-1230, email email@example.com
NOVEMBER 17, 2019 (5 - 7:00 pm)
Greene County Democrats invite you to join us for a Potluck Dinner on the Third Sunday of Every Month at Grace Episcopal Church Hall in Stanardsville.
The Grace Episcopal Church is located at 97 Main Street and the Parish Hall is on Ford Avenue behind the church.
Parking is available by the Parish Hall and in the Hardware Store parking lot across the street. Please bring a dish for this event. Beverages will be provided and you are welcome to bring your favorite wine to share. There will be great fun, fellowship, updates, and wonderful food.
Please join us!
NEXT COFFEE: DECEMBER 3, 2019 (10 - 11:30 am)
(The Nov. 5th Coffee is Canceled because it's Election Day! See you at the Polls!)
Greene County Democrats cordially invite you to join us for coffee and pastries on the First Tuesday of Every Month, at the Town Hall Building in Stanardsville (19 Celt Road across from the County Administration Building). Parking is available behind the Town Hall or across the street.
We have lively discussions concerning pertinent national, state, and local issues, guest speakers, candidates, and great fun and fellowship!
Please join us!
A VOTER’S GUIDE with information on all local candidates will be printed in the Thursday, Oct. 31 issue of the local paper, The Greene County Record.
(a link to that information will be added once available)