• RPV Statement on GOP Primary Results

     

    — With our ticket set, it’s time to go win in November —

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “Congratulations to Ed Gillespie and Senator Jill Vogel on their victories in today’s primary! I look forward to joining Ed, Jill, and our Attorney General Nominee John Adams on the campaign trail to take back Virginia.”

    “I’d also like to thank our other four candidates and their teams — Senator Frank Wagner, Chairman Corey Stewart, Senator Bryce Reeves, and Delegate Glenn Davis — for their hard work. The passion and energy these candidates brought to the campaign trail lead to close races and excitement across the Republican campaigns.”

    “Now, we take that energy and turn it toward the far-left liberal ticket of Ralph Northam, Justin Fairfax, and Mark Herring. Let’s turn Virginia red!”

  • Whitbeck: Northam Wins Race to the Left

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement: 

    “It’s official: Ralph Northam has won the Democrat Party of Virginia’s Race to the Left. But Tom Perriello fans should take heart. Publications from the Economist to Politico have noted, both of these candidates ‘agree on most issues’ and ‘both candidates [have been] lurching for increasingly leftward policies.'”

    “Now Virginia Democrats are left with a slate of candidates that are more representative of Vermont’s values than Virginia’s. As the Democrats attempt the impossible task of trying to heal their badly fractured, far-left party while tacking back to the center, the Republican Party of Virginia looks forward to a unified race to take back Virginia’s Governor’s Mansion and other statewide offices.”

     

  • Chairman Whitbeck: Terry McAuliffe Announces his 2020 Presidential Campaign With Climate Alliance Kickoff

    Add your name below and tell Terry McAuliffe Virginians needs jobs, not lectures — and we don’t want him anywhere near the White House!

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “I’m surprised that Governor McAuliffe has decided to kick off his 2020 campaign for the Democrat Presidential nomination this early. That’s the only real explanation possible for his decision to tie Virginia to policies that will destroy Virginia jobs and put us at a competitive disadvantage compared to other states.”

    “President Trump made it clear that he was far more concerned about jobs in Pittsburgh than the opinion of bureaucrats in Paris, and for good reason. The Paris Accords put the U.S. at a competitive and financial disadvantage for what is at best negligible gain. Fully enacted, and with all goals met, the accords would reduce global temperatures by 0.2 degrees.”

    “Governor McAuliffe had a clear opportunity to show Virginians where he stands – for affordable energy, more jobs, and stronger economic growth, or for currying favor with Democrat primary voters. This was a test, and Governor McAuliffe has failed.”

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  • Whitbeck: Here’s What You Won’t Hear from Democrats Tonight

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “Virginians already know what they’re going to see at tonight’s Democrat debate: A race to the left to raise their taxes, restrict their Second Amendment rights, and drive up their utility bills with more regulations. But what’s even more important is what they won’t see tonight:  Ralph Northam finally answering questions about where he stands on new natural gas pipelines, or any details of his grocery tax plan.

    “They won’t see Tom Perriello acknowledge that Obamacare has actually harmed many Virginians, or explain why he thinks he knows more about small business that small business owners. Answering any of these questions would make it clear what Virginia voters already know: Ralph Northam and Tom Perriello are way out of the mainstream, and will be crushed in November.”

  • Race to the Left V – Left and Lefterer

    Join us here tonight at 6:30 p.m. for some pre-game fun as we prepare to watch Democrats Tom Perriello and Ralph Northam fight to become the most far-left candidate in Virginia history!

    UPDATE: Our pre-game word search was such a hit it lasted less than 10 minutes! We’ll add more words to describe our Democrat candidates next time!



     

  • Whitbeck: McAuliffe Carbon Plan is the ‘Worst Kind of Virtue Signaling’

    – New regulations would impose significant costs for little or no benefit –

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “Governor McAuliffe’s executive order is the worst kind of virtue signaling. President Obama’s now defunct Clean Power Plan would have reduced global temperatures .015 degrees Celsius by 2100, while sticking Virginians with another $5.5 billion in electricity costs – at a minimum. It would also take a number of reliable power plants out of service.”

    “If reducing emissions for the entire country nets a reduction of .015 degrees, how much less would a Virginia-only plan do? Meanwhile, the free market has led to significant year over year reduction in carbon emissions. Terry McAuliffe’s decision to ‘resist’ common sense environmental policy will drive up prices for consumers, cost Virginians jobs, and make it even more difficult to grow our economy.”

  • Race to the Left IV – Civil War

    Watch as the Democrat Race to the Left continues, this time from Richmond! Live streaming begins at 7 p.m.!

    Join us then!

  • Race to the Left III: The Rumble in Roanoke

    We need your help to defeat Tom Perriello and Ralph Northam in November!

  • Whitbeck: Republicans are Keeping Our Healthcare Promise

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “Today is a tremendous day for our Commonwealth and our country. After years of Democrat obstruction, Republicans have won a tremendous victory and begun the task of repealing and replacing Obamacare with patient-centered, market driven reforms.”

    “Just yesterday we learned that Aetna was pulling out of Virginia’s markets due to Obamacare. Today’s vote is the first step in not only restoring robust competition, but also preserving protections for those with pre-existing conditions, young people, and reforming Medicaid.”

    “Democrats like Mark Warner and Tom Perriello continue their refusal to take responsibility for this disaster they imposed on Virginians. They’re joined by others like Ralph Northam, Terry McAuliffe, and Tim Kaine who — after years of fighting GOP efforts to fix this train wreck — decided to double down on failure.”

    “Voters sent Republicans to Washington for a reason, and now we Republicans are keeping our promises.”

  • RPV Statement President Trump’s First 100 Days

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “Today marks the 100th day of President Trump and Republicans in Congress delivering on their promises to the American people. Voters across the country elected the President due to his pledge to take power out of Washington and give it back to the people, and that is exactly what he’s doing.”

    “Whether it’s cutting regulatory red tape, appointing a constitutional conservative to the Supreme Court, or working with Congress to cut taxes and enact healthcare reform, this administration is working at an historic pace to make the American Dream attainable once again. With President Trump at the helm, Republicans at all levels will continue to push an agenda that benefits the people of Virginia and Americans across our country.

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