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CCDC’s mission to protect our Freedom and to elect Democratic candidates with progressive values. Our goal is to create a thriving economy and flourishing environment for ALL members of our community….See About Us

Upcoming events

CCDC Monthly Meeting

Our next regular meeting is Tuesday, May 7, 2024 at 7:00 PM at the Sanctuary Wellness Center at 208 N. Buckmarsh St. in Berryville. Our meetings are the first Tuesday of every month. All are welcome and bring a friend.

April – June Events


Community Guest Speaker Series

On Thursday, April 25th the CCDC’s popular Community Speaker Series will feature an open discussion regarding broadband roll-out and solar farms in Clarke County.

You’ll have an excellent opportunity to ask questions if you come to The Sanctuary Wellness Center, in Berryville, to hear this presentation.  Start time will be 7:00 pm.   


Upcoming concert

At the invitation of the Clarke County Dems, the jazz group Collaboration will be playing their fantastic music at the Barns of Rose Hill in a free evening of fun.  And you have advance notice.  If you love jazz and R&B, reserve your seats now either by calling the Barns or going through their website.  

Collaboration is one of the most experienced performing jazz groups in DC.  If you are looking for that tired, whiny sax sound that inflates today’s smooth jazz scene, best not come to the Barns of Rose Hill on May 25th.

But if you are looking for a “sexy” and supple sound that puts “soul” back into jazz, then Collaboration will be your thing.  With an eclectic repertoire of jazz, R&B, popular, traditional and inspirational music, the group’s “wow” factor is amazing.

For Collaboration, their music is the co-creation of effective communication in the pursuit of shared leadership.  The group’s performance on May 25th will also showcase a creative interaction with the audience.  In addition to creating a soulful experience, Collaboration hopes that their performance will inspire the audience to reflect that collaboration among all groups that are committed to the greater good is more vital than ever.

Collaboration has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in America’s music industry, including Lalah Hathaway, Phil Perry, Johnnie Gill, Peabo Bryson, the Manhattans, Betty Carter, Stanley Turrentine, War, the Delphonics and the late, great Phyllis Hyman.  They awed audiences at the 1997 Democratic Convention, the Presidential Inaugural Balls for Bill Clinton (1997) and Barack Obama (2008), The Capital City Jazz Festival and The Jazz Company at Walt Disney World.  They have served as the backup band for singers Patty Labelle, Eric Benet and Miles Jaye.

Reserve your seats promptly for Collaboration’s May 25th performance at the Barns of Rose Hill, by either calling (540) 955-2004 or going  to their website

Seats will fill rapidly.  Hope to see you all on May 25th! 

Ken Mitchell is the Democratic Nominee for CD-6

We need to get out the vote!! When we vote, we win!!

Ken Mitchell served in the US Army for 24 years spending the last six years of his military career at the White House, providing support to Bush 41 and the Clinton Administrations. 

After retirement, he spent six years in corporate telecommunications building infrastructure throughout the greater Washington metropolitan area. He provided both operational and executive leadership in building broadband infrastructure in New York City, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Richmond, Atlanta, Dallas Fort-Worth, Phoenix and Seattle among others

In 2004 he relocated to Charlottesville to start a new business doing historic remodeling. He still holds a current contractors license. This work led him to join a nonprofit, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, where he served as Vice President leading the modernization of Monticello’s infrastructure and the protection of a World Heritage site. From here he was recruited by an engineering firm to become their Vice President, providing executive leadership to a variety of projects focusing on building and retrofitting water and wastewater projects in numerous locations throughout the CD-6.

Ken now resides on his farm in Rockingham County but acknowledges that the chaos and need to defend democracy and protect our rights has motivated him to run for office. Ken indicates that he is “In it to Win it”!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for the 2024 Election!

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