Republicans in the 48th Legislative District (North Arlington and McLean) have nominated Dave Foster for the August 19 special election. Dave, who recently served as president of the Virginia Board of Education, was elected twice to the Arlington County School Board, has long been a friend of the Alexandria GOP.
Let's support Dave and our Republican neighbors. You can contribute and learn more about Dave's campaign at http://fosterfordelegate.com/donate/.
Email Post from Mark Kelly, Chairman of the 8th Congressional District Committee.
Don Beyer won his party's nomination in the 8th Congressional District last week. For the duration of the campaign, Beyer ran hard to the left. He supports restricting health care choices through Obamacare, supports higher energy prices through a carbon tax, supports restricting second amendment rights, and well, pretty much every other favorite liberal pet cause.
The day before winning the primary, he gave an interview to the New York Times where he characterized himself as someone in the "middle" not in the "left corner."
Email post from Mark Kelly, Chairman of the 8th Congressional District Committee.
By now you have certainly seen that Ed Gillespie is our nominee to defeat Mark Warner in November. Ed received overwhelming support from 8th District delegates who showed up in large numbers on Saturday - despite the long drive to Roanoke.
Shak Hill made a strong showing at the convention, but graciously conceded, and threw his wholehearted support to Ed, when the outcome became clear. Shak, Tony DeTora and Chuck Moss all pledged to support Ed as our nominee -- demonstrating leadership in the united front we need to beat Mark Warner and take back the U.S. Senate this fall.
is our Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives for the 8th Congressional District in Virginia. He was nominated at the District Convention on April 26, 2014.
At the City Council's public hearing on Saturday, April 12, Sharon Annear, chair of the ARCC Research Committee, testified in support of continuing vital fire fighting services around the City. And, like any good Republican, gave the Council specific cuts to make in the manager's proposed budget to fund these vital services.
Tuesday night, April 3, 2014, the Alexandria Republicans met and reorganized for the 2014-2016 term of the Alexandria Republican City Committee (ARCC).
Everyone took time to thank and show our appreciation and support for Tom Fulton. Tom gave his time over the last three years to lead the Alexandria Republicans. He worked hard and spent countless hours working to improve the organization and to make sure we were all involved in what was going on in Alexandria. We can't thank Tom enough for all of this hard work. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
In addition we welcomed our new Chairman, Chris Marston, who will lead the Alexandria Republicans for the next two years.