Saturday, January 17, 2009

Terry McAuliffe Swearing In Watch Party in Richmond

Update: As I promised, I will be periodically updating candidate appearances, as they come in (or as I get to read them, since I'm behind in my email). Here are some more events that Terry McAuliffe will be attending during the Inaugural weekend:
In the coming days, gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe will join fellow Virginians at inaugural events in Arlington, Annandale, Falls Church, Leesburg, Richmond, and Washington, D.C. Details of his schedule can be found below.

8:30 PM

44/44 Grassroots Pre-Inaugural Ball
Crystal Gateway Marriott
Arlington, VA

10:00 PM

FCDC 2009 Blue Jeans Inaugural Ball "Denim to Diamonds"
Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center
8333 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA

10:30 PM

Yes We Did- Jeans and T-Shirts Grassroots Inaugural Ball
The State Theater
220 North Washington Street
Falls Church, VA

10:30 AM

Leesburg 17th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
Old Loudon County Courthouse
Leesburg, VA

7:15 PM
Virginia Inaugural Ball
Westin Arlington Gateway
Arlington, VA

11:00 AM

Swearing-In Watch Party with Terry McAuliffe
The Camel Club
1621 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA

8:00 PM

Mid-Atlantic Ball
Walter E. Washington Convention Center - Hall A
809 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC‎


Tuesday, Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe will hold a swearing-in watch party in Richmond. Joining with community members, McAuliffe will watch the historic swearing-in of President-elect Barack Obama.

WHAT: Swearing-In Watch Party

WHO: Terry McAuliffe, Candidate for Governor
Community Members

WHEN: Tuesday, January 20th, 11:00 am -- Doors open at 10:30 am

WHERE: The Camel
1621 West Broad Street
Richmond, VA
That's the round up, so far, of what the three Democratic gubernatorial candidates will be doing around the Virginia area. Depending upon your own schedules, this is a good time to get out, celebrate our victories from 2008, and get a jump on the 2009 campaigns all at the same time.

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