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Category Archives: PWC Republican Committee Meetings
Today I attended a rally at the party headquarters for the Prince William County Republican Committee. I found myself astonished by the number of dignitaries at the event. In addition to most of the Republican candidates running for office with voters in this county, the following elected officials attended (and … Continue reading
Last night I attended the Prince William County Republican Committee‘s Patriots Dinner. We used the Continental Event Center at 9705 Liberia Ave in Manassas. I believe this is the second time we have had a dinner there. They did a good … Continue reading
Here is a bit of news that will require further investigation. At this evening’s meeting of the Prince William County Republican Committee (PWCGOP), we got the announcement that an official of the Republican Party of Virginia (RPV) revoked Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli membership in the … Continue reading
Last Tuesday we had primary elections. This evening the Prince William Republican Committee met and chose which candidates it will endorse for the School Board. Two of the endorsements were contested. The committee endorsed the following incumbents, and no one contested that … Continue reading
On Monday night I attended the Prince William County Republican Committee (PWCGOP) March 28th meeting. Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli headlined the agenda, giving a good speech in response to standing ovations from a larger than normal crowd. Naturally, the crowd included 2010 candidates happy … Continue reading