Invitation to Alexandria Virginia’s NAACP Membership Night

The Alexandria Virginia chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will host a membership night on Thursday, April 27, 2017.  The event will be held at the Charles Houston Recreation Center at 901 Wythe Street in Alexandria beginning at 7 p.m.






The guest speaker will be Stephen “Steve” Levinson, Esq.

Steve Levinson has been the President of the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Virginia since 2015.  He retired last year from the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties of the Department of Homeland Security, having been involved in civil rights-civil liberties for his entire career—over 41 years.  Formerly, he was a partner and Chief Legal Counsel in a human and civil rights consulting firm, served as the Human Rights Director for cities in MA and VA for 12 years, and also served as the General Counsel for both the National and International Associations of Human Rights Workers.  Steve has a law degree from Boston University School of Law.

The event is open to the public.

For information, contact 703-684-6190 or email .


Area League of Women Voters showing GerryRIGGED Movie

EJ Scott, our Political Action Chair, asked that the message from the PW Area of the League of Women Voters be  posted.  The League is showing the movie on “Gerrymandering” on May 6th.  See the message below for details.

 Prince William Area League of Women Voters


 May 6th

GerryRIGGED Movie

Presented by OneVirginia2021

at the Haymarket Gainesville Library

  Two showings – 10 AM & 12 Noon

  Members, Guests and the Public Invited

An RSVP is requested from everyone for planning purposes.

    Please RSVP to Carol Noggle at by May 2nd.

Results of the 2011 Redistricting

Of the 11 Congressional Districts in Virginia, 3 are partially in Prince William County.

Prince William County is represented in Richmond by 5 State Senators out of 40 & 8 State Delegates out of 100.

Of our 5 State Senate Districts, only 1 is entirely within the County boundaries. Two are mostly in Fairfax County; one is mostly in Loudoun County and one meanders from our western border down south  through Stafford, Spotsylvania  and 2 other Counties along the Potomac.

Of our 8 Delegate Districts, only 4 are entirely within our County boundaries. One is mostly in Loudoun County, one is mostly in Fairfax County, one is mostly in Stafford County and one also covers some of Fauquier County.

See the Senate Map and Delegate Map here.