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2017 Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting 2017

The League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area 69th Annual General Fund Meeting and 35th Education Fund Meeting

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Waterford at Fair Oaks 12025 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway Fairfax VA 22033

9:30 a.m. + Registration & coffee

Noon + Luncheon

Keynote Speaker: Cameron Sasnett, General Registrar, Fairfax County Office of Elections

Keynote Speaker: Cameron Sasnett, General Registrar, Fairfax County Office of Elections: "What's Next in Elections? Bridging 21st Century Technology with Democratic Principles"

Cameron Sasnett serves as General Registrar for Fairfax County, the largest jurisdiction in Virginia with almost 700,000 registered voters and 241 voter precincts. His four-year appointment is effective through October of 2019.

Sasnett was the founder and chief executive officer for Elect-Logic Consulting, an election administration consulting firm, which specializes in the use of technology solutions. With Elect-Logic, he consulted with the Virginia Department of Elections and the Stafford County Office of the General Registrar. He also served as a consultant in 2013 for the Fairfax County Office of Elections in the procurement of the county's new voting machines.

His elections management experience includes:

  • Technology consultation, training and support for voting systems, electronic pollbooks, photo ID software and election results reporting.

  • Elections policy development and implementation.

  • Logistics management of personnel, materials and voting systems.

  • Election officer (poll worker) recruitment and training.

  • Communications and social media outreach for voters and stakeholders.

  • Emergency planning and response development.

    Prior to his career in elections management, Sasnett was a firefighter and paramedic in the Fredericksburg area for six years and is a certified emergency management professional.

    He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from Loyola University in New Orleans and is a 2015 graduate of the Sorenson Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia.

  • Luncheon and Meeting Reservations

    Meeting Reservation

    Attending the meeting is free, but we would like to get numbers of those attending whether you are staying for the luncheon or not. Please RSVP here if you are attending the meeting, but NOT staying for the luncheon.

    If you are staying for the luncheon (and we hope you are!), please follow the instructions below:

    Luncheon Reservation

    Deadline April 14th, 2017 - Cost: $40 per person

    No reservations accepted after April 14th

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    Menu: House Salad, Chicken Piccata (Chicken cooked in herb & cheese batter served with a lemon capers sauce), Virginia Style Green Beans & Honey Glazed Carrots, Bread and Butter, Dessert, Coffee Service

    Download the 2017 LWV of Fairfax Annual Meeting Flyer to mail in with your check.

    To reserve tickets online, go to

    Annual Meeting Kit

    When the Annual Meeting Kit is ready, we will post it here. It will be published in the April Fairfax VOTER, too. Remember to bring it with you to the Annual Meeting.

    To see one from last year, please review the 2016 Annual Meeting Kit here.

    Have questions?

    For questions, call Viveka Fuenzalida at 703-404-0498.