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How to Get Involved with the Secular Coalition for Virginia

Growing up, we are taught that we live in a country where our government is a representation of the people. That we can make a difference. We move into adulthood ready to be the change we want to see, yet often we find that it is not easy to have our voices heard. Read more about How to Get Involved with the Secular Coalition for Virginia

SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

The SCVA's watchlist on Richmond Sunlight is in the process of being updated for the latest bills affecting Secular Virginians. Let us know if there are any other bills that we should be advocating on.

https://www.richmondsunlight.com/photosynthesis/jdxby/ Read more about SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

Secular Coalition for Virginia Speaks Out Against Teaching Creationism

The Secular Coalition for Virginia was interviewed regarding HB 207, which would allow teachers to instruct students on so-called Intelligent Design under the guise of "challenging accepted scientific theories." Read more about Secular Coalition for Virginia Speaks Out Against Teaching Creationism

SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

Recently I created a profile for the SCVA on Richmond Sunlight to show the SCA's support/opposition on various issues issues working their way through the Virginia General Assembly. Have a look at the link below and let me know if there is anything that needs to updated on our list. It is possible that some bills have been significantly updated from what they were originally and the current bill may be more or less preferrable than the prior version. Read more about SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

2014 Virginia Red Book

The Virginia Red Book is put out by the Dave Bailey Associates and offers the reader a quick and easy reference guide to the members of Virginia government.

The second edition is now available and so I have updated the attachment to the latest version. I do not expect to see a third edition as the second edition already covers the recent special elections. Read more about 2014 Virginia Red Book

Former Republican Congressman Notes Virginia is "More Secular".

Almost lost at the end of this article about Virginia’s GOP divide, former Virginia Republican Congressman Tom Davis notes that Virginia’s demographics have changed to be, “more urban, more secular, more diverse…”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/fearing-a-lost-governors-race-va-republicans-confront-party-divide/2013/10/13/713edfbe-31d2-11e3-8627-c5d7de0a046b_story.html Read more about Former Republican Congressman Notes Virginia is "More Secular".

2013 House of Delegates Candidate Contact List

This spreadsheet contains the contact information for candidates of the 100 Virginia State Delegate seats in 2013. All information is subject to change. Read more about 2013 House of Delegates Candidate Contact List

How to Get Involved with the Secular Coalition for Virginia

Growing up, we are taught that we live in a country where our government is a representation of the people. That we can make a difference. We move into adulthood ready to be the change we want to see, yet often we find that it is not easy to have our voices heard. Read more about How to Get Involved with the Secular Coalition for Virginia

SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

The SCVA's watchlist on Richmond Sunlight is in the process of being updated for the latest bills affecting Secular Virginians. Let us know if there are any other bills that we should be advocating on.

https://www.richmondsunlight.com/photosynthesis/jdxby/ Read more about SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

Secular Coalition for Virginia Speaks Out Against Teaching Creationism

The Secular Coalition for Virginia was interviewed regarding HB 207, which would allow teachers to instruct students on so-called Intelligent Design under the guise of "challenging accepted scientific theories." Read more about Secular Coalition for Virginia Speaks Out Against Teaching Creationism

SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

Recently I created a profile for the SCVA on Richmond Sunlight to show the SCA's support/opposition on various issues issues working their way through the Virginia General Assembly. Have a look at the link below and let me know if there is anything that needs to updated on our list. It is possible that some bills have been significantly updated from what they were originally and the current bill may be more or less preferrable than the prior version. Read more about SCVA's Legislative Watchlist on Richmond Sunlight

Former Republican Congressman Notes Virginia is "More Secular".

Almost lost at the end of this article about Virginia’s GOP divide, former Virginia Republican Congressman Tom Davis notes that Virginia’s demographics have changed to be, “more urban, more secular, more diverse…”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/fearing-a-lost-governors-race-va-republicans-confront-party-divide/2013/10/13/713edfbe-31d2-11e3-8627-c5d7de0a046b_story.html Read more about Former Republican Congressman Notes Virginia is "More Secular".

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2014 Virginia Red Book

The Virginia Red Book is put out by the Dave Bailey Associates and offers the reader a quick and easy reference guide to the members of Virginia government.

The second edition is now available and so I have updated the attachment to the latest version. I do not expect to see a third edition as the second edition already covers the recent special elections. Read more about 2014 Virginia Red Book

2013 House of Delegates Candidate Contact List

This spreadsheet contains the contact information for candidates of the 100 Virginia State Delegate seats in 2013. All information is subject to change. Read more about 2013 House of Delegates Candidate Contact List

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