News and Events

Article XII to the State Party Plan – Electronic Meetings and Alternate Convention Methods

On April 18th, the State Central Committee amended the State Party Plan with Ariticle XII to allow Official Committees to conduct electronic meetings to accomplish their business during the COVID-19 emergency. The amendment also allows alternate methods of conducting our conventions while the Governor’s executive orders remain in place.

These are temporary measures put in place to allow the RPV to conduct its business and nominate candidates for office during the health emergency. Article XII expires on July 28, 2020.

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Delegate Amanda Batten’s Wrap-Up of the 2020 General Assembly Session




Lancaster County Republican Committee 2020 Reagan Dinner (Postponed)

The Lancaster County Republican Committee will hold its 23rd Annual Reagan Day Dinner at the Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club in Kilmarnock on March 22.  They have a great dinner lined up with Gov George F. Allen as the Keynote speaker  and Rep. Rob Wittman as the Guest of Honor.  In addition, the Lancaster committee has invited all of the candidates for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate (Dan Gade has already accepted), our Republican currently-serving and former elected officials and all of our RPV colleagues.

LCRC Reagan Day Dinner Flyer_2020



District Chairman’s Statement on RPV Chairman’s Race

Statement_RPV Chairman Race


Middlesex County Republicans 2nd Amendment Event!

MCRC - January 18-29-20 events for 2020 (1)


Resolution Concerning the Chairman, RPV



Middlesex County Elephant Tracks

MCRC - Elephant Tracks September-October 2019



Beyond The Tracks – Middlesex Republican Committee Commentary

MCRC - Beyond the Tracks September - October 2019


Northumberland County Tusk and Trunk Newsletter




Middlesex County Republican Committee Red, White and Blue BBQ – October 13, 2019


MCRC-BBQ & Rally 2019



Lancaster County Republicans Host Local Candidates September 16, 2019


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Northumberland County Annual Oyster Roast  October 5, 2019

NCRC oyster roast 2019


Gloucester County Republicans Open 2019 Campaign Office




Northumberland Tusk and Trunk Newsletter




Congressman Wittman Announces He Will

Seek Re-Election in 2020

2020 Announcement_Wittman


Middlesex County Elephant Tracks

MCRC - Elephant Tracks June 2019



State Central Committee Affirms Scott Wyatt as the Nominee in the 97th Legislative District

On June 22nd, the RPV State Central Committee (SCC) approved a resolution with a vote of 56-17-3 that affirmed the 1st District Committee’s ruling on an appeal heard on May 20th from Scott Wyatt, who was seeking the nomination in the 97th House District. In passing the resolution, the SCC affirmed that Scott Wyatt is the official nominee.

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Northumberland County Tusk and Trunk

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Chairman’s Statement – 97th LDC Appeal

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Middlesex County Elephant Tracks

MCRC - Elephant Tracks April - May 2019


News from Northumberland

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An Evening with Tom Davis – May 20, 2019

Please join the Honorable Thomas M. Davis, III, the Mathews County Republican Committee, neighboring Republican Committees in the First District, and invited guests at a very special event on Monday, May 20, 6:30 pm at the Piankatank Ruritan Club for an evening of politics and political updates as a precursor to the upcoming elections.

Tom Davis­­­­—one of America’s foremost experts on political demography and America elections—has accepted our invitation to share his expertise on election politics, how the political playing field has changed over the past years, the political relationship between northern Virginia and the rest of the Commonwealth, the electoral college, and a host of other current issues.

Tom Davis’ invitation to join us in Mathews is part of our pre-election outreach plan to communicate with political partners in adjoining districts. We are pleased to be able to sponsor this exciting event and hope you will join us.

We will convene for coffee and dessert at 6:30, and Tom will begins his remarks at 7:00 p.m.

There is no cost to this event. You are invited to bring a neighbor or a like-minded colleague for this “inside baseball” view of politics!!

Please RSVP by April 25, 2019 to


Fulton J. Wood, Jr., Chairman

Mathews County Republican Committee


Official Call for Party Canvass

Prince William County Board of Supervisors 

Saturday, May 4th, 2019


The Prince William County Republican Committee is holding a Party Canvass from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 4, 2019, for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for: Supervisor on the County Board of Supervisors in Brentsville, Coles, Gainesville, Neabsco, Occoquan, Potomac, Woodbridge Districts, and Chairman.

The official notice with details about where to vote is below.

PWCRC Party Canvass Call_020819


Rob Wittman Wins 6th Term!

Congressman Rob Wittman won re-election on November 6th with 55% of the vote over his opponent’s 45% of the vote.

Rob sent out a post election note, which is quoted below. Congratulations, Rob and we are proud to have you represent us in the 1st District!

“Thank you for all your support throughout this campaign. We won Tuesday night because of you.  The highest honor of my life is serving as the Representative for the First District, and I am grateful to be given the opportunity to return to Washington to work on your behalf.

I want to thank all of my staff and volunteers for their countless hours of work getting our message out and for ensuring victory today.  There is so much more work to be done to continue improving our District and our nation. I am so grateful to the constituents of the First District for again putting their trust in me, and I look forward to another two years of service.

As I return to the fight, I am glad to have you standing with me.

Thank you,

Rob Wittman”


New RPV Chairman Elected on September 8th

Congratulations to Jack Wilson, who was elected as the new RPV Chairman on September 8th. Jack has served as the 4th District Chairman for the past several years and has been active in Virginia politics for over a decade.


1st District Approves Resolution Opposing Medicaid Expansion in Virginia

The 1st Congressional District Republican Committee approved a resolution opposing Medicaid expansion in Virginia. The resolution was sent to all Republican state senators, and delegates who have districts within VA-01.

The resolution is here:  Medicaid Resolution_051218

You can also read about the resolution in The Bull Elephant.


Prince William County Republican Committee Lincoln-Reagan Dinner – March 17, 2018

The Prince William County Republican Committee will hold its 29th Annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at the Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club, Gainesville, VA. The program details and reservation information can be found at this link:

PWCRC Lincoln-Reagan Dinner


Lancaster County Republican Committee Reagan Dinner – March 18, 2018

The Lancaster County Republican Committee will hold its annual Reagan Day Dinner on Sunday, March 18, 2018 at the Indian Creek Yacht Club in Kilmarnock, VA. The flyer with the details and payment information is below.

Reagan Day Flyer 2018 _LCRC


1st District Veteran’s Forum

Who: Congressman Rob Wittman; Mike Carr, Deputy Director, VA Benefits Assistance Service; and Lawrence B. Connell, Acting Medical Center Director, Washington D.C VA

The purpose of this forum is to offer 1st District Veterans an opportunity to speak with representatives from the Veterans Administration and Congressman Wittman about VA benefits and services.

When: February 17, 2018

Where: Dale City VFW 14631 Minnieville Rd, Dale City, VA 22193 Hall B
RSVP to Karen Klotz by February 14, 2018, or 540-659-2734


 2018 1st District Convention Canceled

The 1st District Convention, which was scheduled for April 7, 2018 has been canceled. The purpose of the convention was to elect a new district chairman and transact any other business properly brought before the convention. Chairman Bob Watson was the only properly filed candidate for chairman as of the filing deadline; therefore, in accordance with the Official Call, the convention was canceled, and Chairman Watson was declared elected as the next district chairman. He will serve as Chairman for the next 2 years (2018-2020).


2017 Governor Candidate Performance by Congressional District

Below is a chart that depicts how each of the candidates for governor performed in each Congressional District. You can find this chart and other informative election statistics at