• Volunteers Needed To Support The Win!

    The election in Virginia has gained national attention, and we all recognize how critical it is that we win in November.
    The media and polls claim that the gubernatorial candidates are in a very tight race.
    Campaign staff members are working tirelessly day and night to ensure a big voter turnout
    Volunteers are desperately needed to help!

    Now is the time for all Republicans to actively support our candidates for state offices and return Virginia’s leadership to Republican solutions.

     Each person giving at least a couple of hours a week for the next six weeks will make a huge difference!  UNITED WE WILL WIN!

    Please sign up to help:

    At the FCRC headquarters, 74 Waterloo Street, Warrenton Va. 20186, open from 12:00 to 6:00 PM from Thursday thru Saturday until Election Day on November 7; or

    Call KAY HAYES—Tel. # 540-347-5046;

    or Contact  ALEX FOSTER, the RPV Field Director, Tel. # 540-717-2691, gfoster@rpv.org.

    Alex needs help every day with phone banking and door-knocking. NEXT PHONE BANK ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 2ND STARTS AT 5:30 PM.

    Thank you for your prompt attention and response to this message!

    Kay Hayes
    FCRC, Chairman

    P.S. Do not forget that your precinct captain will be calling for help at the polling places on Election Day!

  • Important Dates For Voter Registration and Absentee Voting

    Election Day is almost here. With November 7th rapidly approaching, here are a few reminders about Election Day and Absentee voting.

    First, make sure your voter registration information is up to date. You can do so by visiting the Department of Elections website – CLICK HERE

    Second, make sure you have an acceptable photo ID to take with you to your in-person voting location.

    Third, in-person absentee voting starts 45 days before the November 7th election! 

    For more information on absentee voting in our county, see the following link for Fauquier County Registrars Office

    Reminder: The Deadline to register to vote, or update an existing registration, for the November 7, 2017 General Election is Monday, October 16, 2017.


    To give credit where it is due, this post was adapted from a email distributed by Delegate Michael Webert.

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  • Fauquier County Marshall Precinct Polling Place Location Change

    This just in from the Fauquier County Registrars Office.

    Please be advised that due to circumstances beyond the control of this office, an emergency polling place change has been made to the 401 Marshall Precinct in the County of Fauquier.  The new polling place location for the Marshall Precinct is the Marshall Community Center, 4133A Rectortown Road, Marshall, VA 20115.

    Alexander A. Ables

    General Registrar

    County of Fauquier, Virginia

    528 Waterloo Road, Suite 200

    Warrenton, VA 20186-3011

    Tel. 540-422-8290

    Fax 540-422-8291


    We suggest you check your precinct polling site using the above link before going to the polls for the Republican Primary on 13 June 2017.

  • RPV Statement on the Passing of Former Chairman Pat Mullins

    RPV Chairman John Whitbeck issued the following statement:

    “Republicans across Virginia are shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden loss of our former Chairman, Pat Mullins. Pat steered our Party through some of its most difficult times, and his presence will be sorely missed.”

    “To spend time with Pat was to sit with a master storyteller, and savvy deal maker. There were few people he hadn’t met, and fewer still that he didn’t have a story about, which he was always more than happy to sit and tell. The only things he loved to talk about more than politics were his grandchildren, and his work with the therapeutic riding community.

    “For many of us, the indelible image of Pat Mullins isn’t a party chairman in a suit, but a loving grandfather spending time with his family at Lake Anna – and I know Pat wouldn’t have it any other way.”

    “Our prayers are with the entire Mullins family. Pat Mullins was a wonderful man, a great Virginian, and we are thankful for the short time we got to spend with him.”  



    2016 County Fair booth 1

    Hazel ready to greet Fair goers after set up was completed

    We Republicans were well represented at this year’s Fauquier County Fair, showcasing our Republican candidates and Fauquier Republicans and providing voter information to our citizens, treats and trinkets for the kids, and hand fans for the sweltering visitors. And our Fauquier Republicans banner festooned the Fair sponsors row at the entrance!

    Many thanks to our 35 volunteers who made this happen!

    2016 CF Volunteers 1

    Supervisor Chris and Lynne helping with setup

    2016 CF Volunteers 2

    Volunteers engaging fair goers during the week

    2016 CF Volunteers 3

    Terry, Harry, Anne, Paul, Robin, Clyde, Dirk after packing up the tents

    2016 CF TomGarrett

    State Senator Tom Garrett, our candidate for Congress, spent time with us and visited with the voters,

    2016 CF VogelWebertFair

    as did our State Senator Jill  Vogel, Delegate Michael Webert,

    2016 CF MosierFair

    and Sheriff Bob Mosier.

    Special thanks to Harry Burroughs for organizing and scheduling our volunteers and running the show!  Job well done by all!

    But we’re not finished.  We will be sponsoring Republican booths at the September 10 Piedmont Harvest Fest, the September 24 Vint Hill Fall Festival, and the October 8 Remington Fall Festival.  So please keep an eye out for the  notices of these events and the opportunity to volunteer for the cause!

  • State Sen. Thomas A. Garrett Jr. won nomination as the 5th Congressional District Republican candidate.

    State Sen. Thomas A. Garrett, who won the final ballot with 58 percent, defeated Michael Del Rosso, Jim McKelvey and Joseph Whited to secure the GOP nomination as the 5th Congressional District candidate.

    The Richmond-Times Dispatch article describing the convention voting can be found at the following link.



    Gail and Anne

    Gail and Anne

    Dirk, John and Bob

    Dirk, John and Bob

    Bob and Maureen with daughter and grandaughter

    Bob and Maureen with daughter and grandaughter

    Tanya Wilcox

    Tanya Wilcox

    Anne and Judy

    Anne and Judy

    We Republicans were well represented at this year’s Fauquier County Fair, showcasing our Republican candidates and Fauquier Republicans and providing voter information to our citizens, treats and trinkets for the kids, and hand fans for the sweltering visitors.  And our Fauquier Republicans banner festooned the Fair sponsors row at the entrance!

    Many, many thanks to our 44 volunteers who made this happen!  Delegate Scott Lingamfelter stopped by as did Congressman Wittman’s staffer Stacy Whitehouse.  Our Treasurer Tanya Wilcox, Clerk of Court Gail Barb, and Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Fisher volunteered as did our Republican candidates for Lee District Supervisor Chris Butler (for two whole days!) and for Sheriff Bob Mosier, and Delegate Michael Webert’s aide Conner Miller.

    Special thank yous to Hazel Lee Kizer and Donna Smith for organizing and scheduling our volunteers and Anne Clagett for running the show!

    Job well done by all!  But we’re not finished.  We will be sponsoring Republican booths at the September 12 Piedmont Harvest Fest, the September 26 inaugural Vint Hill Fall Festival, and the October 10 Remington Fall Festival.  So please keep an eye out for the  notices of these events and the opportunity to volunteer for the cause!

  • Online Donations added to online Dues payments and Associate Member application processing

    PayPal Donations, Dues Payments and Associate member applications now available. Annual dues payments and new Associate Member applications may also be mailed in. Please see the JOIN/DUES tab and DONATE button at the top of this page.


  • Del. Lingamfelter’s 2015 General Assembly Report

    3 March 2015

    Dear Friends,

    I apologize for the length of this, but I hope you will read this important update on what happened this year during the General Assembly Session.  I want to be accountable to you, and a good way to do that is to share with you what happened this year in Richmond.  The good news is we are not like Washington.  We actually get things done, on time, responsibly, and in a conservative manner.  I hope you agree with me that what we did in Richmond this Session is how government should work.  Consider this:

     The 2015 General Assembly adjourned ahead of schedule this year-for the first time in 15 years-demonstrating the clear contrast between Richmond and Washington.  While Washington is gridlocked with partisanship, Republicans in Richmond are leading and governing.

     We also passed a conservative, responsible and, most importantly, balanced state budget that spends $1 billion less in general funds than last year’s originally-adopted budget.  We rejected the Governor’s effort to impose the Obamacare Medicaid expansion on Virginians.  And we reprioritized funding for pay raises for state employees, teachers, and state troopers.

    On jobs, the House of Delegates remains laser-focused on improving Virginia’s economy.   We passed legislation to attract innovative new companies to Virginia, make it possible for entrepreneurs to get the funding they need, fought to protect Virginia’s status as a right-to-work state, and defeated job-killing legislation that would hurt small businesses.

     In higher education, making college more affordable was a top priority this year. I supported several bills to do just that, including legislation to cap unreasonable mandatory student fees, encourage colleges to offer affordable “flat-fee” degrees, and make it easier for families to find the information they need about college costs.   The House budget also included additional funding for more in-state tuition slots, financial aid, and transfer-student grants.

     In k-12 education, we continue to reform and improve our public schools.  Our goal is to give every child a path to succeed in the classroom.  We passed legislation to expedite SOL re-take tests and require schools to submit less paperwork to Richmond.  The budget funds a 1.5% teacher pay raise.

    In transportation, the House of Delegates continues to increase accountability in our transportation system; working to protect taxpayer dollars.  This year we changed the formula used to decide how transportation dollars are spent, sending more money to local governments.   We also passed legislation to require transit projects to be reviewed based on their metrics-just like every other transportation project.

     We worked on several other important and challenging issues: ethics reform, legislation to aid victims and protect students from sexual assault on campus, and changes to Virginia’s Alcoholic Beverage Control System to make it run more like a business and not a bureaucracy.

     But we had some bad ideas show up as well.  The House defeated liberal efforts to enact Michael Bloomberg’s radical gun-control agenda, fought to hold Attorney General Mark Herring accountable for his actions, and defeated efforts to roll back Virginia’s pro-life informed consent statutes that protect mothers and innocent life.

     So all-in-all, I think this was a good year-if you agree with me-that conservative governance works best for all of Virginia.  I take this job very seriously, and you can bet the liberals will try to defeat me this year as they have tried in the past.  That is why I will be running a well-focused and energetic reelection campaign starting today.



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  • Robert’s Round-Up: The Federal Reserve Must Be Transparent and Accountable

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    March 3, 2015

    Dear Friend,

    The Federal Reserve System supervises nearly all banking in the United States and plays a substantial role in the domestic and global economies. Since its creation in 1913, the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors has expanded its power, and its role in monetary policy has gone relatively unchecked. Given the impact that its policies can have on our economy, the Federal Reserve must be transparent and its leaders must be held accountable to the American people.

    Enhancing the transparency of the Federal Reserve will improve the public’s understanding of the decisions the Federal Reserve Board makes, which have a profound impact on the American people and our economy. I am a cosponsor of the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, which would require a full audit of the Board of Governors within the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States.

    Until we can institute more transparent policies for the Federal Reserve, we must continue to provide rigorous congressional oversight. Last Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testified before the House Financial Services Committee hearing entitled, “Monetary Policy and the State of the Economy.” I appreciate Chair Yellen’s testimony, particularly because I have serious concerns about Federal Reserve policies that make life more difficult for hardworking Americans and disproportionately diminish the ability of Main Street banks to provide vital capital in our rural communities.

    I am particularly concerned by the Dodd-Frank Act’s negative impacts and costs for community banks, small businesses, and consumers. A newly released Harvard study articulates how the Dodd-Frank Act has actually given Wall Street an advantage over Main Street – the exact opposite of what its proponents said it would do. The study found that since the enactment of Dodd-Frank, community banks’ share of the market has decreased due to the pressure of increased regulation. This means that community banks are providing fewer mortgages to customers and fewer loans to small businesses on our Main Streets.

    The study’s findings represent the impacts Fifth District Virginians have felt for years now. Though the Dodd-Frank Act was intended to rein in bad actors on Wall Street, instead, we have seen that it is disproportionately harming small Main Street banks, credit unions, and their customers by imposing one-size-fits-all regulatory schemes on community financial institutions. These regulatory impacts represent real costs and eliminate choices for consumers – both families and small businesses – on Main Streets from Chatham to Warrenton.

    The Federal Reserve has an obligation to tailor regulatory policy to account for the differences between large multinational institutions and smaller financial institutions and the customers they serve. During the hearing, I pressed Chair Yellen to explain what the Federal Reserve is doing to ensure that its system of regulation is not unduly impacting small financial institutions and dragging down our local economies as a result.

    I will continue to work with my colleagues on the Financial Services Committee to maintain robust congressional oversight of the Federal Reserve, and I remain committed to promoting policies that will incentivize economic growth to provide jobs and opportunities to all Fifth District Virginians.

    Click the image above or click here to watch video of Congressman Hurt questioning Chair Yellen at last week’s Financial Service Committee hearing.

    If you need any additional information or if we may be of assistance to you, please visit my website at hurt.house.gov or call my Washington office: (202) 225-4711, Charlottesville office: (434) 973-9631, Danville office: (434) 791-2596, or Farmville office: (434) 395-0120.



    Robert Hurt

    Washington, DC – 125 Cannon HOB * Washington, DC 20515 * Phone: (202) 225-4711
    Charlottesville – 686 Berkmar Circle * Charlottesville, VA 22901 * Phone: (434) 973-9631
    Danville – 308 Craghead St., Suite 102-D * Danville, VA 24541 * Phone: (434) 791-2596
    Farmville – 515 S. Main Street, P.O. Box O * Farmville, VA 23901 * Phone: (434) 395-0120