Republican Party of Virginia Announces Connor Marley as Political Director

March 15, 2022 RICHMOND—Republican Party of Virginia Announces Connor Marley as Political Director: The Republican Party of Virginia today announced that Connor Marley will serve as Political Director. Previously, Marley worked on former Congresswoman Barbara Comstock’s 2016 re-election campaign before serving on campaigns for several other Virginia Republican candidates, including Senator Mark Peake and Delegate Jim LeMunyon. He also previously worked as a College Associate at Fox News and as Deputy Director of Grassroots Operations for Americans for Prosperity’s Virginia team.   Marley issued the following statement on his new role: “I am thrilled to join the Republican Party of

Republican Party of Virginia Statement in Support of Susan Swecker

March 7, 2022 RICHMOND—Republican Party of Virginia Statement in Support of Susan Swecker: The Republican Party of Virginia is proud to announce its support for Susan Swecker for re-election as Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Virginia. Under Ms. Swecker’s watch, Republicans scored historic victories over her party in last November’s elections. But, as Ms. Swecker says, “there is important work still to be done.” She’s right – Democrats still have congressional seats to lose this fall and a state senate majority to lose next November. In the months ahead, we look forward to more opportunities to show Virginia voters how

Recognizing Women’s History Month

March 1, 2022 RICHMOND—The Republican Party of Virginia released the following statement in recognition of Women’s History Month: “This month, we are proud to celebrate Women’s History Month and the many contributions that women have made to our Commonwealth and our nation. Virginia is lucky to have been home to some of the most inspirational and influential women in American history. Martha Washington, the country’s first First Lady – along with her husband George – called Virginia home. Maggie Lena Walker, the daughter of enslaved parents, became the first woman in the United States to own a bank when she

The Republican Party of Virginia released the following statement on President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address

March 1, 2022 RICHMOND – The Republican Party of Virginia released the following statement on President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address: “Tonight, despite record inflation, soaring gas prices, a border crisis, a crime wave, and numerous foreign policy disasters under his watch—including the ongoing tragedy in Ukraine—Joe Biden tried to sell his first year in office as a success. The truth, however, as the American people know, is that Biden’s tenure has been nothing short of an unmitigated failure. In the Republican response to Biden’s address, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds presented a clear contrast to the America last

CHAIRMAN ANDERSON’S STATEMENT ON DELEGATE A.C. CORDOZA’S REJECTION FROM THE VIRGINIA LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS

CHAIRMAN ANDERSON’S STATEMENT ON DELEGATE A.C. CORDOZA’S REJECTION FROM THE VIRGINIA LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS   This month, Virginians from all walks join together to celebrate Black History Month. During this time, we honor the lasting legacy and enduring contributions of Black Americans and Virginians, while also reflecting on the good and bad dimensions of the Black experience throughout Virginia history. Moreover, we rededicate ourselves to an unyielding resolve to never repeat the injustices of the past and recommit ourselves to creating a Virginia that is uplifting to every person who calls our Commonwealth home. Today, we are profoundly disappointed in

RPV Commemorates Black History Month

This morning, the Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia released the following statement honoring and commemorating the beginning of Black History Month:   Fellow Virginians, This month, the Republican Party of Virginia proudly joins our fellow citizens to celebrate the rich history and enduring contributions of Black Americans to our great Commonwealth and nation. Black History Month is a time to celebrate and honor the accomplishments and legacies of so many African-Americans, and it is an opportunity to reflect on the struggles of so many throughout our state’s history. In our pursuit of a more perfect union, our party

Redistricting Information

This year, Virginia was Constitutionally tasked with redrawing all legislative districts in the Commonwealth following the completion of the U.S. Census.   The Virginia Supreme Court has finalized the new maps, which are different from the old maps. You may find that your Congressman is no longer your Congressman or that your Delegate has been drawn into a new district. There are many resources available to find your new representatives. Who’s My Legislator (https://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov) This site will ask you for your address and display your CURRENT Member in the House of Delegates, Virginia Senate, and the United States Congress. Virginia