Fundraiser for Esteban Garces and Al Nevarez

You’re Invited!

Crossroads Campaigns Solutions and Progressive Majority are hosting an event, and you are invited!

Thursday, October 13th, 2011 6pm - 8pm BlackFinn Saloon 1620 I Street, Washington, DC 20006

Featured Candidates:

Al Nevarez - candidate for Loudoun County, VA Supervisor

Al is a progressive Democrat challenging ultra-conservative Eugene Delgaudio for Loudoun County Supervisor in the Sterling District. Al works at the AFL-CIO as an Economic Researcher, analyzing the effects that policy changes will have on working families. As a husband and father living in Sterling, Al wants to ensure that Loudoun County keeps teacher salaries competitive and invests in libraries and community centers. Al would also like to reverse the decline in community resources that has taken place in the Sterling district under the anti-government Delgaudio. Al would be the first Latino ever elected to the Board of Supervisors in a diverse community that deserves better representation.

Esteban Garces - candidate for Virginia’s 2nd House of Delegates

Esteban Garces is a second generation Bolivian American who works as a community advocate with Tenants and Workers United in Alexandria. Born in the District of Columbia, Esteban grew up in Fairfax County and attended Virginia Public Schools. He graduated from Mary Washington University with a degree in Network Security. In 2010, he received the James B. Hunter Human Rights Award for his work protecting traditionally marginalized communities in Arlington. He is married to his wonderful wife, Jennifer, and together they live in Woodbridge, VA. Esteban is running because he feels that Richmond needs Delegates that more closely reflect the values and needs of communities they represent.

The event will be hosted by:

John Miyasato, Crossroads Campaigns Solutions

Gloria Totten & Crystal Plati, Progressive Majority

Ana Avendano, Ryan Clayton, Franklin Garcia, Suyapa Hernandez, Laila Hirschfeld, Rebecca Jaramillo, Jordan Kupersmith, Mike McLaughlin, Eddy Morales, Bob Moses, Tram Nguyen, Rebecca Parks, and Marcos Vilar. Host List Still Forming

$40 to attend the event. Hosts are asked to raise $300-$400. Please make checks payable to Progressive Majority.

We hope to see you there! To RSVP, please email or call Phillip Ford from Crossroads Campaigns at or 803-664-4946.

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