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  • Comstock raises $120 K in delegate race

    2009 looks to be a super-competitive year in state House races, and $120,000 is a great way to say “Look out, Democrats!” Barbara Comstock, Republican for Delegate in Virginia House District 34 (Vince Callahan’s old seat), announced contributions from over 300 individuals since it started fundraising in mid-January of this year tipping the 120K mark. […]

  • “Acting” RPV chair to be elected May 2Politics

    Apparently First Vice Chair Mike Thomas will only be acting Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia until May 2. At that time, State Central will re-convene to elect someone to serve until the convention convenes May 28. Is this procedure being done to give a candidate a “leg up” on any potential competition?

  • For Del. Kris Amundson…Catch-All

    Go Spartans! Beat Carolina! (Full disclosure…being from Michigan, I am partial to the Wolverines. But for tonight…go Green and White!) In related news, Cuccinelli won the bracket contest among the statewide office candidates particpating in McDonnell’s March Madness contest. From the Cuccinelli Compass: As the Final Four comes to a close, one competition has already […]

  • Poll: Who should next chair the Virginia GOP?Politics

    Also, check out the Virginia Virtucon thread discussing this issue.

  • Audio highlight: Steve Albertson interviewPolitics

    This past weekend, the Republican Party of Virginia met to vote on whether party chairman Jeff Frederick should be removed from office. By a vote of 57-18, with one pass, the measure carried at 76%. The threshold for removal is 75%. Steve Albertson, a staff member and blogger for the Republican Party of Virginia, discussed […]

  • Audio highlight: Lori-Ann Miller interviewPolitics

    This past weekend, the Republican Party of Virginia met to vote on whether party chairman Jeff Frederick should be removed from office. Lori-Ann Miller, chairman of the Young Republican Federation of Virginia, led a delegation of three members in the proceedings. By a vote of 57-18, with one vote passing, the measure carried at 76%. […]

  • Audio highlight: Gary Byler interviewPolitics

    This past weekend, the Republican Party of Virginia met to vote on whether party chairman Jeff Frederick should be removed from office. Gary Byler, chairman of the 2nd Congressional District of RPV, was a Frederick supporter and has been mentioned as a potential candidate for RPV chair. By a vote of 57-18, with one pass, […]

  • Audio Highlight: Morton Blackwell interviewPolitics

    This past weekend, the Republican Party of Virginia met to vote on whether party chairman Jeff Frederick should be removed from office. Morton Blackwell, RPV’s national committeeman, presided. By a vote of 57-18, with Blackwell passing, the measure carried at 76%. The threshold for removal is 75%. Had Blackwell voted against removal, the percentage would […]

  • Audio Highlight: Frederick’s StatementPolitics

    This past weekend, the Republican Party of Virginia met to vote on whether party chairman Jeff Frederick should be removed from office. By a vote of 57-18, with one pass, the measure carried at 76%. The threshold for removal is 75%. Following the proceedings and meeting with supporters behind closed doors, Jeff Frederick made the […]

  • Our Fractured Republican Fairy TalePolitics

    The removal of RPV Chairman Jeff Frederick yesterday is the culmination of several years of Republican infighting between conservative and moderate activists over which side is to blame for the string of defeats that Virginia’s GOP has suffered at the ballot box. Both sides blame the other for the Party’s woes and, as the losses […]

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