2013 RPV Convention Information

Today RPV Chairman Pat Mullins released information on the May 18th Convention where Republicans will nominate candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General:


As you know, we will be nominating our candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General at at statewide convention next year. I am happy to announce that we will be holding the Republican Party of Virginia State Convention on Friday May 17th and Saturday May 18th at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia.

There are three important pieces of information regarding the 2013 State Convention that I want to share with you today:

First, between March 1, 2013 and April 30, 2013 every City/County in Virginia will be holding meetings to elect Delegates to the State Convention. If you want to vote at the State Convention, you will need to be elected a Delegate at your local City/County meeting. As soon as local Delegate election meeting dates are chosen we will be posting that information on the RPV Convention website at www.RPV.org/2013Calls.

Second, for more information about becoming a Delegate, to purchase tickets to the Convention Dinner or Breakfast, to reserve your hotel room in Richmond, or to find out more about the RPV Convention, please visit our new 2013 Convention website at www.RPVConvention.com.

Third, for up to date news and information about the 2013 Republican Party of Virginia Convention, make sure to follow @RPVConvention on Twitter.

I look forward to seeing everyone in Richmond on May 17th and 18th as we nominate the next Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General!


Pat Mullins, Chairman
Republican Party of Virginia

P.S. Make sure you check out www.RPVConvention.com for more information about the 2013 State Convention!

  • Actually, while this certainly discourages about 99% of the GOP voter base from participating (wouldn’t want that would we?), it is an open door for the Ron Paul people to walk away with a very big prize. I wish you all well.

  • Your math is wrong Craig, by a lot. But beyond that, I welcome participation by people who know and understand the Constitution. Why do you feel threatened by that?

    • Why don’t you help me do the math? How many delegates will there be at the convention compared to the number of people who vote in a GOP primary? Backing up from there, how many people go to “local unit” meetings to select these delegates compared to the total number of GOP primary voters? I don’t think I’m far off the mark.

    • Where in the Constitution does it spell out how RPV selects its candidates?

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