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Grassroots Network of the Republican Party of Virginia

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RPVNetwork Watch Dog

A group to shine a light on the missteps and bad policy of our Democrat officeholders and opponents so that our grassroots can be better informed., If there is a seat you feel is particularly vulnerable, start a Discussion to discuss in more detail.

Location: Everytown Va
Members: 80
Latest Activity: Apr 1, 2012

Where's "Former" Gov Kaine

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HOD Seat to Gain? 4 Replies

Started by MEC 20151. Last reply by MEC 20151 May 3, 2009.

51st HOD District Delegate Declared Missing 2 Replies

Started by Tom Whitmore. Last reply by Tom Whitmore Mar 31, 2009.

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Comment by Ray Waddell on March 21, 2009 at 12:16pm
Again, again again, and again, I would like to express my view that this Net's efforts must FOCUS on our upcoming local and Commonwealth elections this November; and those few Virginia national seats that may be in play in this same election. We must rebuild from the bottom. Should the House of Delegates go "blue" and the Senate numbers remain or gain favor for our opponent, the 2010 election will be lost before it's begun.
Comment by Hugh Blanchard on March 21, 2009 at 11:54am
We also need to be honest and point out if one of own goofs up.

Regards,

Hugh Blanchard
Comment by Ray Waddell on March 20, 2009 at 11:41pm
Again, again and again, I would like to express my view that this Net's efforts must FOCUS on our upcoming local and Commonwealth elections this November; and those few Virginia national seats that may be in play in this same election. We must rebuild from the bottom. Should the House of Delegates go "blue" and the Senate numbers remain or gain favor for our opponent, the 2010 election will be lost before it's begun.
Comment by Tom Whitmore on March 20, 2009 at 10:46pm
Mary, Post please this as a discussion in the box above, that way folks from the 67th can comment also and you guys can keep the thread alive. Once your Republican candidate is the official nominee we can start a group for him.
Comment by MEC 20151 on March 20, 2009 at 10:37pm
67th House of Delegates seat currently has a Democratic officeholder. Who voted the party line. I think this seat is vulnerable because I thionk people in this district may tend to dislike the bailou\ts as well as my delegate's oposition to every pro-life bill that came to the floor of the HOD. Republican opponent is an ideal candidate in many respects. Dems know this seat is vulnerable. They have already started robocalling to vaunt delegate's accomplishments. He's not prolife. There are several, "prolife congregations" in this district. Problem is -- if there is a potent campaign against delegate, expect his base and contributors to get very mobilized...
 

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