Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Calling All Fairfax Co., Va. Conservatives!

The Fairfax County Republican Committee has released the official registration form for the Virginia Republican State Convention on May 30 in Richmond. With the GOP Governor and Lt. Governor slots already filled, the focus of the convention will be to select the party's Attorney General nominee.

This process is much like the Iowa primary. A candidate can say they have majority support, but unless the delegates physically show up to the convention and vote, it is all for not. This year's AG race is between Northern Virginia State Senator Ken Cuccinelli (R.C. Blog endorsed), former U.S. Attorney John Brownlee, and former Arlington School Board Chairman Dave Foster.

The reality is that the race will focus mainly on Cuccinelli and Brownlee. The records for both gentlemen are impressive, but there is only one true Conservative in the race -- Cuccinelli. I strongly encourage all Fairfax Co. Conservatives who want to show the other 49 states that conservatism is NOT dead to sign up and head to Richmond on May 30 to nominate Cuccinelli for AG!

Click here to download the form for Fairfax Co. residents to become delegates to the state committee. Applications must be received by the party no later than March 7!

For those of who in other Virginia counties who also want to be a state delegate, please check with your county or city Republican committee or click here for more information.

For more information on the Cuccinelli campaign, please visit

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Classic Cuccinelli supporter--a dogmatic, unsupported statement that "Cuccinelli rules!" and we are all supposed to believe it. Cuccinelli is completely and totally unqualified to be AG, and I have yet to hear any Cuccinelli supporter offer any reasoned arguments for his candidacy. Cuccinelli lacks the legal experience, he lacks any sort of vision for the office, and he has never, ever, run a large organization of equal complexity. Brownlee, on the other hand, not only managed the US Attorney's office for the W.D.Va., but he managed it very well. Brownlee handled some of the most complex and involved investigations imagineable with one of the smallest US Attorney's offices. Moreover, Republicans will pick Brownlee because they understand that Cuccinelli is weak on the death penalty. The legal experience factor is important--the next time the mayor of NY or Chicago comes after VA gun dealers, the only thing protecting our rights will be our state AG and the legal strategy they put into place. Brownlee is the man for the job. Check out how the legal experience stacks up at
Republicans need to plan for the future--Brownlee is more loyal to the party, as he has committed to serving two terms as AG so that (1) he can build the office, and (2)we avoid a nasty party fight in 2014, can Cuccinelli say the same? is an independent site and is not affiliated with any official web sites, associations, or organizations associated with President Reagan. Any views expressed or content included on this site do not necessarily reflect the views, positions, or opinions of any of the organizations or individuals named, linked, or advertised.

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