Ben Cline Wins Nomination at 6th District Convention in Harrisonburg

Ben Cline wins convention and will appear on the November ballot for Virginia’s Sixth Congressional District.

Harrisonburg, VA – Today, Republicans from across Virginia’s Sixth District nominated Ben Cline to run as the Republican candidate to replace retiring Congressman Bob Goodlatte. Cline has served the 24th District in the Virginia House of Delegates for 16 years, and was previously Chief of Staff for retiring Congressman Bob Goodlatte. Cline currently serves on the Commerce and Labor, Courts of Justice, Finance, and Militia, Police and Public Safety Committees in the General Assembly.

“I am very excited to finally have a nominee in the Sixth,” said RPV Chairman John Whitbeck. “I have the utmost confidence in Cline’s ability to run a successful campaign and keep the Sixth District Republican. He has a top-of-the-line grassroots operation that will ensure his victory in November. Cline has one of the most impressive campaigns of any Republican in the United States.”

“We had a record 2,234 delegates at the convention today,” continued Whitbeck. “Make no mistake, Republicans are excited. Together, our Party can accomplish anything. Make America Great Again!”