Republican Party of Virginia Statement on RNC Elections

Richmond, Virginia – January 27, 2023   The Republican Party of Virginia congratulates Ronna McDaniel on winning another term as Chair of the Republican National Committee. Virginia Republicans also thank Harmeet Dhillon of California and Mike Lindell of Minnesota for stepping forward to offer themselves in selfless service to our party.   In 2021, the RNC played a critical role in partnering with Virginia Republicans to deliver historic victories with the election of Governor Glenn Youngkin, Lt. Governor Winsome Sears, and Attorney General Jason Miyares, accompanied by return of the Virginia House of Delegates to Republican control. In the months

Republican Party of Virginia Announces Nominating Process for Virginia’s 4th Congressional District

Richmond, VA – December 13, 2022   On Saturday, December 17, the 4th Congressional District Republican Committee will hold a Congressional District Party Canvass at Life Christian Academy (1221 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA 23834) from 10am-3pm. The method for voting will be Ranked Choice Voting, which the Republican Party of Virginia used with great success in statewide candidate nomination contests in 2021. Voters will be asked to rank all candidates on the ballot in order of their preference.   Conducting this election on a Saturday will give voters of the 4th District the best opportunity for their voices to be

Republican Party of Virginia Statement on Loudoun County School Board Firing Superintendent Scott Ziegler

Richmond, Virginia – December 7, 2022   After months of unnecessary and shameful delay, the Loudoun County School Board has finally taken the correct course of action by firing Superintendent Scott Ziegler.   As the grand jury report commissioned by Attorney General Miyares made clear, Mr. Ziegler’s attempted cover-up of the first sexual assault incident at Stone Bridge High School directly led to a known sexual predator being allowed to continue attending classes at Broad Run High School and victimizing more female students. Moreover, Mr. Ziegler and other district officials intimidated and silenced staff members who tried to raise concerns.