Tuesday, May 22, 2012

May Newsletter

VOTE… June 12 – Republican Primary to select candidates for
                U.S. Senate and U.S. Representative to Congress
                  Eric Cantor and George Allen have requested volunteers to work the polls.

June 14 – Republican Women’s Club Picnic 4 – 7 pm Sweetbriar Pavilion
June 16 - Virginia State Convention – Richmond

May 19 Committee MeetingFloyd Bayne, candidate for U. S. Representative to Congress was speaker for meeting held at the Silk Mill in the Town of Orange.  It was suggested that postcards be mailed by the Committee to encourage Republicans to vote in the June 12 Primary.  Research revealed that the cost of printing and mailing to15, 000 voters was prohibitive.  However, attached is a post card mailer for you to print and mail or distribute to as many voters as possible. Thanks for the good idea.  It takes all of us working together to beat Obama and win the U.S. Senate and House.

Seventh District Convention – More than 300 delegates attended the 7th District Convention.  Orange County had 18 Delegates attend.  Linwood Cobb was reelected Chairman of the 7th District.  Following are results of the other elections:
State Central Committee                   Delegates to National Convention 
Marie Quinn (Chesterfield)                    Fay Williamson (Chesterfield)
Kristi Way (Henrico)                             Ken Peterson (Goochland)           
Doug Rogers (Orange)                          Jane Ladd (New Kent)
Elector                                                            Alternate to National Convention
Tom Van Auken (Chesterfield)              Davis Rennolds (Richmond & Young Repub.)

Precinct Captains Needed – Grassroots Win Elections

The Orange County Committee is growing due to your individual efforts. Thank you for your continued dedication and support.  We cannot win without your involvement.
Efforts are underway for a Precinct Captain to lead each district to victory in Orange County.  The Precinct Captain will work within their district to have poll workers on Election Day in November.  They coordinate distribution of yard signs in their district.
The Dems are organized – we must begin planning today!

Virginia may well decide the outcome of the 2012 election.  Grassroots win election!  The Precinct Captain is critical to our success.  Please consider volunteering to be a Precinct Captain in your voting district.  Contact Doug Rogers, Chair.

Be one of the first people to hear about a new online tool we will be using to defeat Barack.  It’s called the Social Victory Center on Facebook. It will enable folks all across Virginia to connect with our statewide Republican Victory effort.  See the entire letter from David Rexrode, RPV Victory 2012 Director.

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