Virginia State Delegate Danica Roem (D-13th) is a lifelong resident of the Manassas part of Prince William County and is the Democratic candidate for Virginia's 30th Senate District. This district includes western Prince William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park. In a presidential election year, local leaders are also elected to serve on their city and city councils in November. Manassas and Manassas Park will come together in a new 20th House of Delegates district, a new 30th senatorial district in Virginia and a reconfigured 10th congressional district.
Roem is the first woman, the first person of color and only the second Democrat to hold this seat in Virginia's history. She has lived in Manassas for 30 years, has experience in health care administration and has been a longtime community volunteer. After leaving federal service, Paul became an active volunteer for the Manassas Park Cities 26% Democratic Committee. The Democratic Party in Manassas Park is dedicated to engaging young voters and making sure their voices are heard. To do this, they have implemented several initiatives.
They have created an online platform to provide information about upcoming elections and to encourage young people to register to vote. They have also organized events such as town hall meetings and debates to discuss important issues that affect young people. Additionally, they have partnered with local organizations to provide resources such as voter education materials and voter registration drives. The Democratic Party in Manassas Park has also taken steps to ensure that young people are represented in their local government. They have created an advisory board made up of young people from the community who can provide input on issues that affect them.
They have also implemented a youth outreach program that provides mentorship opportunities for young people interested in running for office. The Democratic Party in Manassas Park is committed to engaging with young voters and ensuring that their voices are heard. Through initiatives such as online platforms, events, partnerships with local organizations, and youth outreach programs, they are working hard to ensure that young people are informed about upcoming elections and have the resources they need to make their voices heard.