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Apr
15
Thu
Bath County GOP Mass Meeting @ Bath County Courthouse
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm

Bath County Republican Committee

Official Call for a Mass Meeting of the Bath County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia

As Chairman of the Bath County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, David Fisher, do hereby issue this notice and call for a Mass Meeting. To be held at the Bath County Courthouse at 65 Courthouse Hill Road, Warm Springs, Virginia 24484 starting at 6pm on Thursday April 15,2021.

The purpose on the Mass Meeting is to elect Delegates and Alternates to represent Bath County at the Republican State Convention that will be held on Saturday, May 8, 2021, at multiple polling places across Virginia.

At the Convention, Delegates will elect candidates for State-wide offices.

The Convention polling place for Bath County Republican Delegates and Alternates shall be the Augusta County Government Center, 18 Government Center Lane, in Verona, Virginia. The polling place shall be open from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm.

By a Special Amendment to the State Party Plan, the Mass Meeting shall automatically elect all those persons who are eligible and who pre-file to be Delegates and Alternates, without any limit to the number. Eligibility requirements are found in the “Qualifications” paragraph below.

Because all persons who file to be Delegates and Alternates shall be automatically elected, and because there is no other business to be transacted, the Mass Meeting shall not meet.

Qualifications for Participation

All legal and qualified voters of Bath County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts.

Filing Requirements

Persons who seek to be elected as Convention Delegates and Alternates are required to file a form by US Mail or by physically hand-delivering to David Fisher, the Chairman of the Bath County Republican Committee. The form must be received no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, April 9, 2021. The form for pre-filing to be a Convention Delegate is attached to this Call. Postmarks do not govern.

The mailing address for filing forms is: Bath County Republican Committee, PO Box 102, Warm Springs, Virginia 24484.

Proper Notice

Copies of the Call were sent via email to all members of the Bath County Republican Committee, the Chairman of the 6th District Committee and the Secretary of the 6th District Committee on March 19, 2021.

Apr
17
Sat
Augusta County GOP Party Canvas to elect RPV Delegates @ Augusta County Government Center
Apr 17 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

COUNTY OF AUGUSTA OFFICIAL CALL

Party Canvass of the Augusta County Republican Committee – Republican Party of Virginia.

As Chairman of the Augusta County Republican Committee, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, David Bourne, do hereby issue this call for a Party Canvass to be held at 18 Government Center Lane, Verona, Virginia, 24482, from 10am until 5pm local time on Saturday, April 17, 2021 for the following purposes:

  1. a)  Electing Delegates to the State Convention, to be held on May 8, 2021 at the location(s) set forth by the Sixth Congressional District Committee, beginning at 9:00 AM for the purposes of nominating candidates for the offices of Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General.
  2. b)  Filing Requirements for the nomination or election at said canvass shall file a written statement by mail or in person, to David Bourne, Chairman, Augusta County Republican Committee PO Box 430, Verona, VA 24482, or by email to augustachair@outlook.com, which must be received not later than 5:00 PM on Friday April 16, 2021, postmark does not govern.
  3. c)  If no person to be elected files for an office, then no names for office will be included on the canvass.
  4. d)  If fewer candidates for delegate are qualified by the Credentials Committee than allowed by the State Party Plan, for the County of Augusta, those delegates shall be determined to be elected and the Party Canvass may be cancelled.
  5. e)  Filing forms may be obtained by sending an email to (augustachair@outlook.com).
  6. f)  Voters in the Canvass must do so in person. No proxies or absentee balloting allowed.
  7. g)  There will be no registration fee to participate in this canvass.

Paid for and Authorized by the Augusta County Republican Committee


2021 State Convention Delegate Filing Form Unit: ______________________________________________ Deadline: ______________________________________________

WheretoFile: ______________________________________________

If these fields are not pre-populated by your unit, you can look up the deadline and filing location on the RPV website at virginia.gop/2021-nomination

To assist the delegate certification process, please provide your Voter Number and your Name and Address as they appear on your voter record. You can find your Voter Number and check your voter registration information at vote.elections.virginia.gov, using the “Check registration status” feature, or consult your Voter Registration Card.

Voter Name:* ______________________________________________________

(as it appears on your voter registration)

Voter Number:* ______________________________________________________ Registered Address:* ______________________________________________________

(as it appears on your voter registration, including street, unit number, city, and zip code)

E-mail Address:* ______________________________________________________

Phone Number:* _______________________ Phone Type:* ____________

An asterisk “*” denotes required information.

By my signature below I certify that I am in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and that I will support its nominees in the November 2, 2021 General Election.

Voter Signature:*

_____________________________________________________________________________________

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Apr
19
Mon
Lynchburg Republican City Committee Official Call for a Mass Meeting (RPV Delegate Forms Due April 19th, 2021) @ physical meeting requirement waived
Apr 19 @ 5:00 pm

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  1. 2  LYNCHBURG REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE
  2. 3  OFFICIAL CALL FOR A MASS MEETING

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  1. 5  As Chairman of the Lynchburg Republican City Committee (“LRCC”), pursuant to
  2. 6  the Republican Party of Virginia Plan of Organization, and as recommended and directed
  3. 7  by the LRCC, I, Eric Harrison, do hereby issue this call for a Mass Meeting for the
  4. 8  following purpose:
  5. 9  Election of delegates to the 2021 Republican Party of Virginia State
  6. 10  Convention (hereafter “the State Convention”) on May 8, 2021 at a location
  7. 11  directed by the Republican Party for the purpose of nominating one
  8. 12  candidate each for the offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor and
  9. 13  Attorney General in the November 2, 2021 general election.
  10. 14  QUALIFICATIONS FOR PARTICIPATION
  11. 15  All legal and qualified voters in the City of Lynchburg under the laws of the
  12. 16  Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in
  13. 17  accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in
  14. 18  open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required their intent to support all of
  15. 19  its nominees for public office in the ensuing election may participate as members of the
  16. 20  Republican Party of Virginia in this mass meeting.
  17. 21  In addition to the foregoing, to be in accord with the principles of the Republican
  18. 22  Party, a person otherwise qualified hereunder shall not have participated in Virginia in a
  19. 23  nomination process of a party other than the Republican Party within the last five (5)
  20. 24  years. A single exception shall be approved for a voter who renounces affiliation with
  21. 25  any other party in writing, and who expresses in writing that he/she is in accord with the
  22. 26  principles of the Republican Party and intends, at the time of the writing, to support the
  23. 27  nominees of the Republican Party in the future. Any voter who utilizes the foregoing
  24. 28  exception, and thereafter participates in the nomination process of a party other than
  25. 29  the Republican Party, shall not have the benefit of the exception thereafter. Within 30
  26. 30  days of receipt, the Official Committee shall provide a copy of this signed renunciation
  27. 31  statement to the Republican Party of Virginia, to be maintained for a period of five (5)
  28. 32  years.

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  1. 33  Any Military Member who is otherwise qualified to participate in Republican Party
  2. 34  actions and who complies with the procedures herein to become a delegate to the
  3. 35  Convention, and who produces valid military identification or other proof of active-duty
  4. 36  status shall be certified as a delegate and shall not be required to be elected as a
  5. 37  delegate.
  6. 38  Military Members who are certified as delegates pursuant to the preceding
  7. 39  paragraph that are unable to attend the convention in person due to obligations of their
  8. 40  official military orders, shall have their votes cast within their unit delegation. Military
  9. 41  Member ballots shall be made available by the LRCC Chairman or his designee by April
  10. 42  20, 2021. Military Member Ballots must be received by the LRCC Chairman or his
  11. 43  designee no later than 12:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time (hereafter, “EDT”) on
  12. 44  Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
  13. 45  Military Member Ballots must be returned to the Lynchburg Republican City
  14. 46  Committee at Post Office Box 12237, Lynchburg Virginia, 24506 delivered to Patsy
  15. 47  Walker at 2432 Indian Hill Road, Lynchburg, Virginia 24503, or scanned and emailed to
  16. 48  LynchburgRepublicanCC@gmail.com.
  17. 49  PREFILING OF DELEGATES FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OF VIRGINIA STATE
  18. 50  CONVENTION
  19. 51  Any individual seeking election as a delegate from the City of Lynchburg to the
  20. 52  State Convention MUST prefile by submitting a completed “2021 State Convention
  21. 53  Delegate Filing Form”. The completed 2021 State Convention Delegate Filing Form
  22. 54  must be delivered to the Lynchburg Republican City Committee c/o Patsy Walker,
  23. 55  Secretary, no later than 8:00 PM EDT on Monday, April 19, 2021. Forms may be mailed
  24. 56  to the Lynchburg Republican City Committee at Post Office Box 12237, Lynchburg
  25. 57  Virginia, 24506, delivered to Patsy Walker at 2432 Indian Hill Road, Lynchburg, Virginia
  26. 58  24503 or scanned and emailed to LynchburgRepublicanCC@gmail.com. Postmarks do
  27. 59  not matter. Prefile forms must be actually received by the deadline.
  28. 60  Alternatively, an individual seeking election as a delegate may prefile by
  29. 61  submitting a form via the LRCC website,
  30. 62  https://www.lynchburgrepublicanparty.com/2021-rpv-convention. Online submissions
  31. 63  must be received by no later than 8:00 PM EDT on Monday, April 19, 2021.

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REQUIREMENT OF PHYSICAL MASS MEETING WAIVED

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As there is no cap upon the number of permitted delegates from the City of Lynchburg under the terms of the State Convention call, the requirement of an assembled mass meeting for the purpose of election of delegates is waived.

Pursuant to Art. VIII and Art. XII of the Party Plan of the Republican Party of Virginia, prospective delegates who comply with the qualifications for participation and the prefiling requirements herein shall be considered elected as a delegate to the State Convention.

PUBLICATION

This mass meeting call, along with prefile and candidate forms, will be published on the Lynchburg Republican City Committee website at http://www.lynchburgrepublicanparty.com, on the Virginia Sixth District Republican Committee website http://www.sixthdistrictgop.org/ and on the Republican Party of Virginia website at http://virginia.gop/ .

The publication requirement in a newspaper of general circulation has been waived by a vote of at least 2/3 of the members of the Lynchburg Republican City Committee approving this call.

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Apr
20
Tue
Page County GOP Mass Meeting @ Luray VFW Post 621
Apr 20 @ 6:30 pm

Official Call
Page County Republican Committee Mass Meeting
April 20, 2021
Luray VFW Post, 218 Veterans Lane,
Luray VA 22835
Dan Bogdewic, Chairman Issued on 23 March 2021
I, Dan Bogdewic of the Page County Republican Committee, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and recommended and directed by the Committee, do hereby issue this notice and call for a Mass Meeting of the Page County Republican Committee to be held on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at the Luray VFW Post 621, 218 Veterans Lane, Luray, VA 22835 starting at 6:30PM with registration beginning at 6:00PM for the following purpose:
To elect the Republican Candidates for the following leadership positions on the Page County Board of Supervisors
Chairman
District 1 Chairman
District 5 Chairman
To select Delegates to the 2021 Virginia State Convention
Transaction of such other business as may properly come before the Mass Meeting.
Adjournment
Qualifications and Participation
All legal and qualified voters of Page County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or gender, who are in the accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested , express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meeting, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts.
Candidate Filing Requirements
Candidates for election to the offices of the Board of Supervisors shall state their intention, via letter, delivered by mail (Page County GOP, PO Box 501, Luray) or in Person to Grayson Markowitz, Unit First Vice-Chair, at the Page County Court House, 117 South Court St, Luray, VA 22835. The letter must be received no later than 5:00 pm, Wednesday, April 14, 2021. If only one candidate properly pre-files for the nomination for an office then such properly filed person shall be deemed nominated.
Virginia State Election Delegate Selection
All legal and qualified voters of Page County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or gender, who are in the accord with the principles of the Republican Party may participate as a delegate to the State Republican Convention. To be considered as a delegate, the applicant needs to fill out and submit a “2021 State Convention Delegate Filing Form”. The forms can be mailed to the Page County GOP (PO Box 501) Luray, filed with your District chair by 13 April, or brought to the Mass Meeting on 20 April 2021. Properly filled out Filing Forms will be accepted from proxies at the meeting, but no one will be allowed to vote without a properly filled out form submitted by the adjournment of the 20 April 2021 Mass Meeting.
Registration Fee
Proper ID required. There is no registration fee for the Mass Meeting.
Proper Notice
The Call for this Mass Meeting is herewith published on social media sites, to be in the local paper on 30 March 2021, and forwarded to the Sixth Congressional District Committee. Copies of the Call to be sent via email to all members of the Page County Republican Committee and the Chairman of the Sixth District.
Authorization
This Mass Meeting call is authorized and paid for by the Page County Republican Committee

Authorized and paid for
by the
Page County Republican Committee

Apr
24
Sat
Waynesboro GOP Party Canvas for Constitutional Candidates, April 24 (Deadline to apply April 2nd) @ Waynesboro GOP HQ
Apr 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

CITY OF WAYNESBORO OFFICIAL CALL

 

Party Canvass of City of Waynesboro of the Republican Party of Virginia.

As Chairman of the City of Waynesboro Committee of the Republican Party, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, Danny Ledford, do hereby issue this call for a Party Canvass to be held at the Waynesboro Republican Headquarters- 201 Rosser Avenue. Waynesboro, VA, from 9 am until 4 pm local time on April 24, 2021 for the following purposes:

  1. Nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Commonwealth Attorney to be voted for in the General election on November 2, 2021;
  2. Nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Sheriff to be voted for in the General election on November 2, 2021;
  3. Nominating a Republican candidate for the office of City Treasurer to be voted for in the General election on November 2, 2021;
  4. Nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Commissioner of Revenue to be voted for in the General election on November 2, 2021;
  5. Filing Requirements for the nomination or election at said canvass shall file a filing form by mail, email, or in person, to Becca Lilly, (bexlilly94@gmail.com), 205 Bookerdale Road Apt. 23. Waynesboro, VA 22980, which must be received no later than 6 pm on April 5, 2021.
  6. If no person to be elected files for an office, then no names for office will be included on the canvass and the canvass may be cancelled.
  7. If only one person files to run for an office, they may be determined to be elected and the canvass may be cancelled.
  8. Filing forms may obtained by sending an email to herman.wells@gmail.com or picked up at the headquarters on Fridays March 26, 2021 and April 2,2021 from 3:30-5:30 and Saturday March 27, 2021 from 11 am- 2 pm.
  9. Any Military Member who is otherwise qualified under Article I to participate in Republican Party actions and who complies with the procedures to become a delegate to any Convention as set forth in the Official Call of the Convention, Mass Meeting, or Party Canvass called for the purpose of selecting delegates and alternates to that Convention (other than a national Republican Convention), and who produces valid military identification or other proof of active-duty status shall be certified as a delegate and shall not be required to be elected as a delegate. The number of delegates certified in this manner shall count toward each unit’s maximum allowable number of convention delegates.
  10. 7. Military Members who are certified as delegates pursuant to paragraph 6 that are unable to attend the convention in person due to obligations of their official military orders, shall have their votes cast within their unit delegation according to candidate preference ballots. Candidate preference ballots shall list the Military Member’s rank order preference among candidates (i.e., first choice, second choice, third choice, etc.). Their votes shall be cast for the highest ranked choice candidate who remains eligible to receive a vote in a particular round of voting. Candidate preference ballots shall be made available by the Official Committee calling the convention no less than twenty (20) days prior to the convention and returned to the Chairman of the Official Committee that called the convention not less than three (3) days prior to the convention.
  11. Voters in the Canvass must do so in person. No proxies or absentee balloting allowed.
  12. There will be no registration fee to participate in this canvass.

 

Paid for and Authorized by City of Waynesboro Republican Committee

 


Rules for City of Waynesboro Republican Committee Party Canvass Nominations for Constitutional Office – April 24, 2021

The City of Waynesboro Republican Committee, pursuant to the Plan of Organization of the Republican Party of Virginia, hereby adopts these Rules for the conduct of this Party Canvass on Saturday, April 24, 2021.

  1. The Party Canvass shall be held at the Waynesboro Republican Headquarters, 201 Rosser Avenue, Waynesboro, VA, from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. The purpose of the Canvass shall be to:
    1. Nominate a Republican candidate for the office of Commonwealth Attorney to be voted for in the General Election on November 2, 2021;
    2. Nominate a Republican candidate for the office of Sheriff to be voted for in the General Election on November 2, 2021;
    3. Nominate a Republican candidate for the office of City Treasurer to be voted for in the General Election on November 2, 2021;
    4. Nominate a Republican candidate for the office of Commissioner of the Revenue to be voted for in the General Election on November 2, 2021;
  2. This Party Canvass shall, to the extent applicable, be governed by and conducted in accordance with the following (giving precedence as listed): the State Party Plan, the Unit By-Laws, these Rules, and otherwise in accordance with Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised (10th Edition).
  3. Candidates who have filed for constitutional office, who desire to seek nomination, will file a candidate filing form with the Waynesboro Republican Committee, in accordance with the Call of the Party Canvass. However, candidates will not be required to pay a filing fee to the Waynesboro Republican Committee.
  4. Only eligible voters in the City of Waynesboro duly registered by the Credentials Committee may vote.
    1. No proxies or absentee ballots are allowed at any time.
    2. All voters shall meet the requirements as specified in the Call of the Party Canvass.

Authorized by and Paid for by the City of Waynesboro Republican Committee

  1. Write-in votes, and votes for more than one person for the same constitutional office, will not be counted. However, if no candidate selections are made for a constitutional office, it will be considered as a blank ballot for that office.
  2. Any person in line at 4:00 pm shall be permitted to vote. If a line exists at 4:00 pm, a volunteer designated by the Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee or an official appointed by him shall be sent to the end of the line to indicate the last voter who shall be permitted to vote before the canvass location is closed.
  3. The Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee shall appoint a Credentials Committee of not more than 3 persons, to register those persons who arrived to vote and to count the ballots once the polls are closed. At least one person on the Credentials Committee shall remain inside the room in which voting is conducted during the period in which voting takes place and until the ballots are counted.
  4. The Credentials Committee shall decide any question, by majority vote of the committee, that may arise concerning the qualifications of a candidate or eligibility to vote.
  5. No one will be allowed in the voting area without proper authorization. Candidates shall not loiter or campaign on the property including the building in which voting will take place.
  6. No resolutions may be introduced.
  7. The Credentials Committee shall prepare ballots listing the names of all qualified candidates for contested nominations, who have properly filed as required in the Call of the Party Canvass. If no person for Constitutional Office files according to the Official Call, then no names for office will be included on the canvass, write-in names will not be counted, and the Party Canvass may be cancelled.
  8. The name of each candidate who has filed for constitutional office shall appear on the ballot in the order of filing with the Waynesboro Republican Committee, as the method for determining ballot listing order.
  9. As soon as the polls are closed, the Credentials Committee shall immediately proceed to ascertain the vote given at the Canvass and shall continue without adjournment until they declare the results of the canvass. Only the members of the Credentials Committee and one representative of each candidate, if any, shall be permitted to remain in the room once the polls have closed and until the ballots are counted. Ballots shall then be placed

Authorized by and Paid for by the City of Waynesboro Republican Committee

in a sealed envelope and preserved and secured by the Credentials Committee for at least thirty (30) days in the event of any challenge to the results. Any challenge to the results must be filed with the Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee within five (5) days of the Party Canvass.

  1. Candidates shall be nominated on the basis of their name being selected on the plurality of ballots cast, to include blank ballots.
    1. If no candidate receives the plurality of ballots cast, including blank ballots, then no candidate will receive the nomination for that constitutional office.
    2. If two or more candidates each receive an equal number of ballots cast and a higher number than any other candidate, including blank ballots, the Credentials Committee shall proceed publicly to flip a coin to determine by lot which of the candidates shall be declared elected, after those candidates have been notified and are allowed an opportunity to be present.
  2. The Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and officials appointed by him shall preserve order inside and outside the polling place. No person shall hinder, intimidate, or interfere with any qualified voter so as to prevent the voter from casting a secret ballot. The Chairman and appointed officials may order a person violating this Rule to cease such action and, if such action continues, may remove such person from the polling place.
  3. Committees appointed by the Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee shall be permitted to meet by virtual or electronic means before, during or after the Party Canvass to address matters related to the canvass.

The following majority of the Rules Committee of the Waynesboro Republican Committee Party Canvas put forth this decision on March 23, 2021,

Jess Hancock Dwight Williams Jim Wood

Support Oppose

Jess Hancock Dwight Williams Jim Wood

Authorized by and Paid for by the City of Waynesboro Republican Committee


Declaration for Candidacy for Republican Nominee of Commonwealth Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer, and Commissioner of Revenue, City of Waynesboro

Declaration and Statement of Qualifications

I, _______________________________________________, hereby indicate my intention to seek election at the April 24, 2021, Waynesboro Republican Party Canvass as the nominee for:

(Choose one)

  1. _____ Commonwealth Attorney, for which I am a registered voter; or
  2. _____ Sheriff, for which I am a registered voter; or
  3. _____ Treasurer, for which I am a registered voter; or
  4. _____ Commissioner of Revenue, for which I am a registered voter.

Additionally,
(Check all that apply)

  1. _____ I am in accord with the principles of the Republican Party;
  2. _____ I intend to support the entire Republican ticket in the Nov. 2, 2021 general election;
  3. _____ I will NOT stand for office against any Republican nominee in the Nov. 2, 2021 general election;
  4. _____ I understand that if I publicly support a candidate in opposition to a Republican nominee subsequent to a

    statement of support that I shall not be qualified to participate in party actions for a period of four years; and

(Check 9 OR 10)

  1. _____ I have NOT participated in the nominating process of another party in the last five years; OR
  2. _____ I have participated in the nominating process of another party in the last five years, but I renounce

    affiliation with any party other than the Republican Party, intend to support the nominees of the Republican Party in the future and understand that the Waynesboro Republican Committee shall provide a copy of this signed renunciation statement to the Republican Party of Virginia, to be maintained for a period of five years.

Signature: Print Name: Address: City:

Cell Phone: E-mail:

, Virginia

Date:

Zip Code: Home Phone:

Please complete this form and return it by mail, POSTMARKS DO NOT GOVERN, or in person to Becca Lilly, 205 Bookerdale Road Apt. 23, Waynesboro, VA 22980, which must be received not later than 6 p.m. on Friday, April 2, 2021. Questions can be directed to Danny Ledford at 540-294-8074 or at dannywborogop@gmail.com.

Paid for and authorized by the Waynesboro Republican Committee

Augusta County GOP Call for Beverly District @ Augusta County Government Center
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

OFFICIAL CALL

Canvass of Augusta County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia for Beverly Manor District Board of Supervisor

As Chairman of the Augusta County Republican Committee of the Republican Party, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, David Bourne, do hereby issue this call for a Party Canvass to be held at 18 Government Center Lane, Verona Virginia 24482, from 10am to 2pm local time on April 24, 2021 at the same location, with alternative date of May 1st, 2021 for the following purposes:

a) Nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Board of Supervisor for the Beverly Manor District to be voted for in the general election on Nov 2nd, 2021

Qualifications for Participation

All legal and qualified voters of Beverly Manor District under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts.

Filing Requirements

Candidates for the nomination or election at said canvass shall file a written statement by mail or in person, to P.O. Box 430, Verona VA 24482, which must be received no later than 10am on March 26th, 2021. If not more than the number of persons to be elected shall file for each office, then such properly filed persons shall be declared nominated or elected as the case may be, and no canvass will be held for such purpose.

Registration Fee

There will be no registration fee to participate in this canvass however donations will be accepted.

Paid for and authorized by the Augusta County Republican Committee

Augusta County Republican Committee 2021 Board of Supervisor

Candidate Filing Form
Filing Deadline: March 26th , 2021 at 10 AM

I, ____________________________________ [print/type name], do hereby declare my intent to run for Board of Supervisor, Beverley Manor District in the County of Augusta, Virginia, in the Republican Party Canvass to be held at Augusta County Government Center parking lot, 18 Government Center Lane, Verona, VA 24482 on April 24, 2021 from 10am to 2pm with alternative date of May 1st, 2021.

Filing fee for Board of Supervisor candidates is $250.00. Fees are nonrefundable. If paying by Credit Card, please contact Kirk Barley for payment via email at acrctreasurers@gmail.com.

Please make checks payable to the Augusta County Republican Committee [ACRC]. Please mail checks and this form to
Kirk Barley, Treasurer, PO Box 430, Verona, VA 24482,
Filing Deadline: March 26th, 2021 at 10:00 AM

Postmarks do not govern

My Augusta County Republican Committee Board of Supervisor filing fee is attached in the amount of $250.00.

Signature _______________________________ Date ____________________

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Candidate Pledge

I hereby declare I intend to support all of the nominees of the Republican Party of Virginia for public office in the ensuing elections.

1) I am in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and have not participated in Virginia in the nomination process of a party other than the Republican Party in the last five years, or

2) I now renounce affiliation with any other political party.
Signature _______________________________ Date ____________________

Candidate Contact Information

Name___________________________________________________________ Home Address____________________________________________________

Mailing Address ___________________________________________________ Telephone (Home) ___________ (Work) _____________ (Cell) _____________ Email Address ____________________________________________________ Campaign Website Address _________________________________________

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Rules for the Party Canvass

The Augusta County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia, pursuant to the Plan of Organization of the Republican Party of Virginia, hereby adopts these Rules for the conduct of this Party Canvass.

  1. The Republican Party Canvass shall be held at Augusta County Government Center parking lot, 18 Government Center Lane, Verona, VA 24482 on April 24th, 2021 (with alternative date May 1st , 2021), from 10am to 2pm. The purpose of the Canvass shall be for nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Supervisor for Beverley Manor to be voted for in the general election on November 2, 2021;
  2. This party canvass shall, to the extent applicable, be governed by and conducted in accordance with the following the State Party Plan, District or Unit Plan or By-Laws, these rules, and otherwise in accordance with Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised (10th Edition).
  3. Only eligible voters duly registered by the Credentials Committee may vote. No proxies are allowed at any time.
  4. All voters shall meet the requirements as specified in the Call of the Party Canvass.
  5. The Beverley Manor District shall appoint a Credentials Committee of not more than 4 persons, to register thosepersons who offer to vote and to count the ballots once the polls are closed. The members of the Credentials Committee shall remain inside the area in which voting is conducted during the period in which voting takes place and until the ballots are counted.
  6. The Credentials Committee shall decide any question that may arise concerning the qualifications of a candidate or eligibility to vote.
  7. No one will be allowed in the voting area without proper authorization. Candidates shall not loiter or campaign in the area in which voting will take place.
  8. No resolutions may be introduced.
  9. The Credentials Committee shall prepare ballots listing the names of all qualified candidates for contestednominations or elections, who have properly filed as required in the Call of the Party Canvass.
  10. As soon as the polls are closed, the Credentials Committee shall immediately proceed to ascertain the vote givenat the Canvass and shall continue without adjournment until they declare the results of the canvass. Only the members of the Credentials Committee and two representatives of each candidate, if any, shall be permitted to remain in the room once the polls have closed and until the ballots are counted. Ballots shall then be placed in a sealed envelope and preserved and secured by the Credentials Committee for at least thirty (30) days in the event of any challenge to the results.
  11. Candidates shall be elected on the basis of plurality of votes received. If two or more persons have an equal number of votes and a higher number than any other person, the Augusta County Republican Committee shall proceed publicly to determine by lot which of the persons shall be declared elected, after those persons have been notified and are allowed an opportunity to be present.
  12. The Augusta County Republican Committee shall preserve order inside and outside the polling place(s). No person shall hinder, intimidate, or interfere with any qualified voter so as to prevent the voter from casting a secret ballot. The Augusta County Republican Committee may order a person violating this Rule to cease such action and, if such action continues, may remove such person from the polling place.
  13. Any Military Member who is otherwise qualified under Article I to participate in Republican Party actions and who complies with the procedures to become a delegate to any Convention as set forth in the Official Call of the Convention, Mass Meeting, or Party Canvass called for the purpose of selecting delegates and alternates to that Convention (other than a national Republican Convention), and who produces valid military identification or other proof of active-duty status shall be certified as a delegate and shall not be required to be elected as a delegate. The number of delegates certified in this manner shall count toward each unit’s maximum allowable number of convention delegates.

14. Military Members who are certified as delegates pursuant to paragraph 6 that are unable to attend the convention in person due to obligations of their official military orders, shall have their votes cast within their unit delegation according to candidate preference ballots. Candidate preference ballots shall list the Military Member’s rank order preference among candidates (i.e., first choice, second choice, third choice, etc.). Their votes shall be cast for the highest ranked choice candidate who remains eligible to receive a vote in a particular round of voting. Candidate preference ballots shall be made available by the Official Committee calling the convention no less than twenty (20) days prior to the convention and returned to the Chairman of the Official Committee that called the convention not less than three (3) days prior to the convention.

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Augusta County Republican Committee 2021 Board of Supervisor

Candidate Filing Form
Filing Deadline: March 26th , 2021 at 10 AM

I, ____________________________________ [print/type name], do hereby declare my intent to run for Board of Supervisor, Beverley Manor District in the County of Augusta, Virginia, in the Republican Party Canvass to be held at Augusta County Government Center parking lot, 18 Government Center Lane, Verona, VA 24482 on April 24, 2021 from 10am to 2pm with alternative date of May 1st, 2021.

Filing fee for Board of Supervisor candidates is $250.00. Fees are nonrefundable. If paying by Credit Card, please contact Kirk Barley for payment via email at acrctreasurers@gmail.com.

Please make checks payable to the Augusta County Republican Committee [ACRC]. Please mail checks and this form to
Kirk Barley, Treasurer, PO Box 430, Verona, VA 24482,
Filing Deadline: March 26th, 2021 at 10:00 AM

Postmarks do not govern

My Augusta County Republican Committee Board of Supervisor filing fee is attached in the amount of $250.00.

Signature _______________________________ Date ____________________

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Candidate Pledge

I hereby declare I intend to support all of the nominees of the Republican Party of Virginia for public office in the ensuing elections.

1) I am in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and have not participated in Virginia in the nomination process of a party other than the Republican Party in the last five years, or

2) I now renounce affiliation with any other political party.

Signature _______________________________ Date ____________________

Candidate Contact Information

Name___________________________________________________________

Home Address____________________________________________________

Mailing Address ___________________________________________________

Telephone (Home) ___________ (Work) _____________ (Cell) _____________

Email Address ____________________________________________________

Campaign Website Address _________________________________________

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Legislative District Party Canvass of the 11th House District of the Republican Party of Virginia @ Fellowship Hall of First Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
OFFICIAL CALL 
OFFICIAL CALL
Legislative District Party Canvass
of the 11th House District of the Republican Party of VirginiaAs Chairman of the 11th House District Committee of the Republican Party, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, Melanie Rice, do hereby issue this call for a Legislative District Party Canvass to be held in the Fellowship Hall of First Evangelical Presbyterian Church, located at 2101 Jefferson St. SW, Roanoke, VA 24014, from 10:00am to 4:00pm local time on Saturday, April 24, 2021, for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for the office of Delegate to be voted for in the general election on November 2, 2021

Qualifications for Participation
All legal and qualified voters of the 11th House District under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts.

Candidate Filing Requirements
Candidates for nomination at said party canvass shall be qualified to be elected pursuant to Va. Code § 24.2-500 and shall file a written statement by mail to or in person with Melanie Rice at 2821 Wycliffe Ave SW, Roanoke VA 24014, which must be received not later than noon on March 6 and which must be accompanied by a certified check payable to the “Roanoke City Republican Committee” in the amount of $500 for the filing fee.  Applicants may contact Chairman Rice at rice120@gmail.com to arrange in-person delivery of statement and filing fee.

If only one candidate properly files, then said candidate shall be declared the Republican nominee and no canvass will be held.

Registration Fee
There shall be no registration fee required to participate in this mass meeting.
Paid for and authorized by the 11th House District Committee of the Republican Party.

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May
8
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Virginia GOP Convention Call, Saturday May 8th, 2021, at 9 AM @ Liberty University
May 8 @ 9:00 am

OFFICIAL CALL

Republican Party of Virginia 2021 Convention

May 8, 2021, 9:00 a.m.
Liberty University, 1971 University Blvd., Lynchburg, VA 24515

As Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization (the “Party Plan”) and as directed by the State Central Committee, I, Rich Anderson, do hereby issue this Call for the Republican Party of Virginia’s 2021 Convention (the “Convention”), to be held on May 8, 2021. The purpose of the Convention is to nominate one Republican candidate each for the offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General in the November 2, 2021 General Election, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention.

This Call shall be published on the RPV website, and by such other means as may be required by the Party Plan.

1. Qualifications for Participation

All legal and qualified voters under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts.

2. Composition of the Convention

The Convention shall be composed of delegates of the respective units they represent. Representation shall be based on a percentage of the total number of Republican votes cast in each county and city in the last gubernatorial and presidential election combined. Each unit is allowed one (1) Delegate Vote for each two hundred fifty (250) Republican votes cast or major portion thereof; provided, however, that each unit shall be entitled to at least one (1) Delegate Vote. Each unit’s Delegate Vote is set forth in the attached table.

The delegates shall be elected in unit mass meetings, party canvasses or conventions that shall be called for this purpose by each unit committee in conformity with the Party Plan.

Any member of the United States Armed Forces, the Coast Guard, the Merchant Marine or the Virginia National Guard who is otherwise qualified under Article I of the Party Plan and who complies with the procedures to become a delegate to the Convention, or to any mass meeting or party canvass called for the purpose of selecting delegates to it, and who produces valid military identification or other proof of active duty status shall be certified as a delegate, and shall not be required to be elected as a delegate. Military delegates who are unable to participate in the Convention in person due to obligations of their official military orders shall have their votes cast within their respective unit delegations, via ballots prepared and distributed by the RPV

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Chairman at least 20 days prior to the Convention and returned to the RPV Chairman no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 6, 2021. Postmarks, or other proof of posting or dispatch, shall not govern.

3. Convention Location & Arrangements

The Convention shall be conducted at Liberty University, 1971 University Blvd., Lynchburg, VA 24515 or its alternate. The Convention shall be conducted in a manner compliant with all applicable lawful authorities then in effect. Convention proceedings shall be broadcast in such a manner or manners as to allow delegates and the public to observe them by radio and/or over the Internet.

The Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia shall, with the approval of a majority of the voting members of the Executive Committee of the State Central Committee, make any changes in this call necessary to comply with changing legal requirements or to improve safety for convention attendees.

4. Nomination by Majority; Ranked Choice Voting

The Convention shall nominate one candidate each for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General by majority vote determined, in the case of nominations sought by more than two candidates, otherwise qualified and properly filed, by ranked choice voting.

5. Candidate Filing Requirements

Each candidate shall file a written statement of intent to seek the Republican Party of Virginia’s nomination for the respective office and commitment not to seek election in the ensuing General Election other than as the Republican nominee, in a form to be determined by the RPV Chairman and posted on the Party’s website, and shall pay a filing fee as follows:

Candidate for Governor
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Candidate for Attorney General

$14,000.00 $2,900.00 $12,000.00

The written statement of intent and commitment, and the filing fee, shall be delivered to the RPV Chairman in person, by commercial delivery service or via postal mail, and must be received by the Chairman no later than 5:00 p.m. on March 26, 2021. Postmarks, or other proof of posting or dispatch, shall not govern.

6. Certification of Delegates

Delegates elected by each unit shall be certified in writing over the signatures of the permanent chairman and permanent secretary of the mass meeting or convention, or by the unit chair in the case of a party canvass. Such certifications shall be made using an Excel Spreadsheet form set by the RPV Chairman and posted on the Party’s website and shall be delivered to the Chairman electronically as soon as practicable following their election (or, in the case of a cancelled mass

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meeting, party canvass or convention, the declaration of their election), but, in any event, all certifications, regardless of the date of the local mass meeting, party canvass, or convention must be delivered electronically fourteen (14) days (5:00 p.m. on April 24, 2021) prior to the convening of said convention. After the filing deadline of the certification, no change may be made except a certified alternate delegate may be made a delegate.

7. Official Correspondence

If this call requires or permits a filing or other document or information to be made, sent or delivered, it shall be done as follows:

If in person, or via commercial delivery service:

Rich Anderson
Chairman, Republican Party of Virginia 115 East Grace Street
Richmond, Virginia 23235

If by postal mail:

Rich Anderson
Chairman, Republican Party of Virginia Post Office Box 12025
Richmond, Virginia 23241

If by electronic mail or other electronic means:

Email: convention@virginia.gop
Other: In accordance with written consent and instructions provided by the RPV Chairman or his designee

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Unit

Delegate Votes

Essex County

20

Fairfax City

27

Fairfax County

1142

Falls Church City

11

Fauquier County

158

Floyd County

39

Fluvanna County

52

Franklin City / Southampton County

47

Franklin County

132

Frederick County

185

Fredericksburg City

26

Galax City

11

Giles County

44

Gloucester County

92

Goochland County

66

Grayson County

40

Greene County

43

Halifax County

67

Hampton City

118

Hanover County

288

Harrisonburg City

37

Henrico County

429

Henry County / Martinsville City

118

Highland County

7

Hopewell City

27

Isle Of Wight County

87

James City County / Williamsburg City

170

King & Queen County

15

King George County

51

King William County

45

Lancaster County

26

Lee County

55

Loudoun County

514

Unit

Republican Party of Virginia 2021 Convention Delegate Votes

Delegate Votes

Accomack County 60 Albemarle County 143 Alexandria City 101 Alleghany County /

Covington City 44 Amelia County 34 Amherst County 70 Appomattox County 42 Arlington County 154 Augusta County 192 Bath County 11 Bedford County 225 Bland County 18 Botetourt County 96 Bristol City 33 Brunswick County 21 Buchanan County 47 Buckingham County 29 Campbell County 136 Caroline County 50 Carroll County 76 Charles City County 11 Charlotte County 25 Charlottesville City 22 Chesapeake City 365 Chesterfield County 606 Clarke County 33 Colonial Heights City 39 Craig County 16 Culpeper County 98 Cumberland County 19 Danville City 48 Dickenson County 33 Dinwiddie County 53 Emporia City / Greensville

County 19

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Unit

Delegate Votes

Rappahannock County

18

Richmond City

115

Richmond County

16

Roanoke City

98

Roanoke County

220

Rockbridge County / Lexington City / Buena Vista City

70

Rockingham County

193

Russell County

64

Salem City

51

Scott County

56

Shenandoah County

103

Smyth County

68

Spotsylvania County

240

Stafford County

235

Staunton City

36

Suffolk City

127

Surry County

13

Sussex County

15

Tazewell County

100

Virginia Beach City

661

Warren County

83

Washington County

136

Waynesboro City

35

Westmoreland County

33

Winchester City

33

Wise County / Norton City

87

Wythe County

72

York County

132

Unit

Delegate Votes

Louisa County 82 Lunenburg County 23 Lynchburg City 112 Madison County 34 Manassas City 41 Manassas Park City 12 Mathews County 26 Mecklenburg County 58 Middlesex County 27 Montgomery County 133 Nelson County 31 New Kent County 61 Newport News City 169 Norfolk City 148 Northampton County 19 Northumberland County 31 Nottoway County 26 Orange County 76 Page County 57 Patrick County 47 Petersburg City 10 Pittsylvania County 150 Poquoson City 36 Portsmouth City 84 Powhatan County 89 Prince Edward County 29 Prince George County 65 Prince William County 511 Pulaski County 81 Radford City 18

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