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Fredericksburg Area Republicans

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Fredericksburg Area Republicans

Group for Fredericksburg area Republicans to discuss strategies and coordinate activities.

Location: Fredericksburg area.
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2010

Candidates that need your support!

Spotsylvania County
D.J. McGuire for Lee Hill Supervisor: Campaign website, Facebook page, Twitter page.

Upcoming Events in the Fredericksburg Area

Caroline County

King George County

Fredericksburg

Spotsylvania County
February 26, 2009, 7:00 p.m.: Next meeting of the Spotsylvania County Republican Committee (SCRC), tentaively scheduled at Harrison Road Community Center.
March 2, 2009, starting at 6:00 p.m.: Reagan Day Dinner with former Governor George Allen. Sitting is limited to 100 persons. See flyer and ticket order form.
March 19, 2009, 5:00 p.m.: Filing deadline to be a delegate to the state convention. See delegate application (PDF).
March 26, 2009, 7:00 p.m.: Mass meting to nominate delegates to the state convention. See official call (PDF).

Stafford County

Links to Local Republican Committees

King George Republican Committee
Spotsylvania County Republican Committee
Stafford County Republican Committee
First Congressional District Republican Committee
99th House of Delegates District Republican Committee

Local Elected Republicans

Caroline County
Ray Campbell (Clerk of Court)
Bobby Popowicz (Supervisor, Port Royal District)
Jeff Sili (Supervisor, Bowling Green District)

Spotsylvania County
Gary Jackson (Supervisor, Salem District)
Christy Jett (Clerk of Court)
Jerry Logan (Supervisor, Courtland District)

Stafford County
Barbara Decatur (Clerk of Court)
Mark Dudenhefer (Supervisor, Garrisonville District)
Charles Jett (Sheriff)
Scott Mayausky (Commissioner of Revenue)
Paul Milde (Supervisor, Aquia District)
Laura Rudy (Treasurer)
Cord Sterling (Supervisor, Rock Hill District)

State Officials
Mark Cole (Delegate, 88th: Spotsylvania County [part], Stafford County [part])
Bill Howell (Delegate, 28th: Fredericksburg, Stafford County [part])
Ryan McDougle (Senator, 4th: Caroline County, Spotsylvania County [part])
Bobby Orrock (Delegate, 54th: Caroline County [part], Spotsylvania County [part])
Chris Peace (Delegate, 97th: Caroline County [part], Spotsylvania County [part])
Richard Stuart (Senator, 28th: Fredericksburg [part], King George County, Stafford County)

Discussion Forum

Fredericksburg City Mass Meeting

Started by Lester Gabriel Apr 5, 2010.

Let's get busy folks! :)

Started by Timothy Watson Feb 19, 2009.

Fodder for the Free Lance Star 1 Reply

Started by Lester Gabriel. Last reply by Timothy Watson Feb 19, 2009.

Republican/Conservative Blogs of the Fredericksburg Area.

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Comment by Colette Moran on February 1, 2009 at 4:42pm
Here's a letter I sent to state Del. Cole (feel free to copy any part of it) and then you can email it to him at DelMCole@house.virginia.gov :

Del. Cole --

Hello, my name is Colette Moran, and I live in Stafford Lakes Village. I am glad to be represented by a man of your values.

In the Wash Post on Friday, I noticed two blurbs about issues I support, and I was wondering how you stand.

The first is the funding of tuition-assistance grants to students with autism. It seems to make sense to offer $20k grants to each of the 7000 students currently in the public school system at a cost of $32k per child. If I did my math right, that would save $84M -- maybe less if more kids who are currently in private schools apply for assistance, but some kids may choose to stay in public schools, so I imagine that there would still be substantial savings, in the millions.

But of course the VA Ed Assoc and the VA School Bds Assoc. opposed it -- arguing it took away money. What it takes away is their power to control how our kids are educated. I do not have an autistic child, nor does anyone close to me, but a parent knows better than anyone what's best for their children. Families in this situation should be given this choice.

The bill has been indefinitely tabled by the Senate committee -- I hope you will put your support behind the pending bill in the House

And then, with all the millions saved, one of the programs that can have its funding reinstated in the 2010 budget is Alicia's Law. Real strides have been made in the fight against on-line predators with new technology. As the mom of 7 children, you can imagine my concern about the threat these very dangerous individuals present to my children's well-being.

I hope you will join Sen. Deeds in supporting the funding for this important program.

Thank you for your time, and I look forward to corresponding with you in the future,

Colette Moran
 

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