2804 Glenwood Ave, Moundsville, WV 26041, US
West Virginia  Federation of Democratic Women

WV Federation of Democratic Women

WV Federation of Democratic Women

WV Federation of Democratic Women WV Federation of Democratic Women
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Agenda for Annual Meeting

Check out what you’ll be doing if you attend our Annusl Meeting! 

September 13-15, 2019

WVFDW 55th Annual Meeting

12 PM - 12 PM

DoubleTree by Hilton, Huntington, WV

Event Details

September 13-15, 2019

WVFDW 55th Annual Meeting

The WVFDW’s 55th Annual Meeting will be held September 13-15, 2019 at the Double Tree by Hilton, 1001 3rd Ave., Huntington, WV.  

Hotel Reser...

Event Details

12 PM - 12 PM

DoubleTree by Hilton, Huntington, WV

About Us

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Our WVFDW President Anna Gillespie

As the newly elected President of the West Virginia Federation of Democratic Women, I invite all Democratic women to become members of our county clubs. Join us as we turn West Virginia blue. 

I invite all Democratic women to join us on Monday, February 17, 2020 to celebrate the ratification of the 19th Amendment, that finally gave women the right to vote. 
Join us as we turn West Virginia blue.

I invite all Democratic women to join us on Monday, February 17, 2020 at the WV Capitol starting at 9am as we celebrate the ratification of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote. 

June 8, 2019 WV Democratic Party Women's Summit in Charleston, West Virginia

Our Mission

The WVFDW aims to unite West Virginia's county Democratic Women's clubs into one group working together for the success of the Democratic Party by:


   *Stimulating interest and participation in government affairs.


  *Promoting the fundamental principles for which the Democrat party traditionally and historically stands.


      *Developing leadership and promoting harmony within the party ranks.

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Get Involved

All West Virginia Democratic Women's Clubs may become members of this organization provided their purposes and activities are in harmony with the principles of the Democratic Party, that each club should be organized within it's county or metropolitan area, and that each club must have and maintain twenty-five (25) members or more paid voting members who are registered Democrat in their counties.  


The Federation is chartered through the Secretary of State's office, making it a political entity of it's own, empowered to work through and with the State Executive Committee. 


One of the chief advantages of belonging to the Federation is the bonding of women for common purposes. It gives clubs a sense of identity larger than that created by being a single entity. In turn, the Federation's identity is enhanced by belonging to the National Federation of Democratic Women.