• Schedule of In-Person Absentee Voting

    Monday to Friday In-Person Absentee Voting started on 9/25/17 and will run until 11/4/17 at the Registrar’s Office. Week Day Voting  is 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. The first Saturday of In-Person Absentee Voting starts on 10/28/17. Saturday Voting from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

    For more information please click here.

  • How to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

    Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Texas coast over the weekend, with high winds and devastating flooding in its wake.  If you would like to help with relief efforts, here are some ways you can:

    There is an immediate need for all types of blood donations. Visit http://www.redcrossblood.org and enter your zip code to find the blood donation site closest to you.

    Here are some options to donate to disaster relief:

    American Red Cross Relief:  Sets up and maintains shelters, mobilizes emergency relief vehicles (ERVs) that provide food, fresh drinking water, blankets and medical attention.  https://www.redcross.org/donate/disaster-relief 

    Americares: Provides water, food, supplies to medical relief centers.  https://secure.americares.org/site/Donation 

    Salvation Army: Provides food, water, and many items needed by families who have suffered the loss of their home, all of their belongings, keepsakes. https://give.salvationarmyusa.org

    Samaritan’s PurseMobilizes staff and equipment and enlists thousands of volunteers to provide emergency aid. https://www.samaritanspurse.org/disaster/hurricane-harvey/

    After you make your gift to one of these charities, be sure to print the screen for your receipt.

    Thank you for helping those impacted by this storm.

    Mark Cole, Virginia House of Delegates, 88th District, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Fredericksburg, and Fauquier

  • Volunteers Needed!

    Attention all GOP members! This election year is critical, and the campaign workers are depending on us to help. Please respond to this request. The focus on Virginia is nationwide, and Fauquier County is viewed as the Republican stronghold in the northern Virginia area. Let us begin and work hard to win this race!

    Alex Foster, Regional Director for Gillespie, needs volunteers for a dry run of door-knocking and phone banking on Saturday, August 19, at the Chip Shot Shop (74 Waterloo St.). He has asked that everyone, who can help, to sign up online at the link below or call him at 

    540-717-2691.

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gillespie-volunteer-opportunity-tickets-37010955765

    Thank you for your prompt attention and response to this message!
    Kay Hayes
    FCRC, Chairman

  • FCRC Dues are Due!

    Pursuant to an approved FCRC Committee resolution dated March 10, 2015, please submit a payment for dues as follows:

    FRC MEMBERS – $40
     ASSOCIATE MEMBERS – $30
      
    Payment MUST BE MADE NO LATER THAN JUNE 30, 2017.

    Checks can be mailed to FCRC, P.O. Box 925, Warrenton VA. 20188 – OR – pay online at the FCRC website: www.fauquiergop.com   
     
    Thank you for your support!
     
    Kay Hayes, Chairman

  • PHOTOS FROM FCRC GRAND OPENING OF HEADQUARTERS

    Opening Crowd shot robins corner Food corner Opening Crowd shot Opening photo 2 Sales person of the year opening Garrett corner Buds bar

  • GRAND OPENING OF FCRC ELECTION HEADQUARTERS

    FCRC ELECTION HEADQUARTERS

    GRAND OPENING

    The FCRC and PRWC hosted a Fauquier Republican HQ grand opening Friday evening, August 5. A large enthusiastic crowd of GOP supporters enjoyed a feast of delicious food and beverages, and were provided with a wide selection of voter and campaign information.  Robin Corcoran did a brisk business selling Trump apparel and knickknacks, and visitors enjoyed having their photos taken with life-size cutouts of Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan.

     Chairman Kay Hayes was delighted to welcome Fauquier Republican elected official guests Delegate Michael Webert, Sheriff Bob Mosier, Treasurer Tanya Wilcox, Supervisor Chris Butler, Warrenton Town Councilmen Kevin Carter and Alex Burnett, along with Republican Manassas Park Councilman Michael Carrera, RPV State Central Committee member Bob Watson, Trump Campaign Maryland and Northern Virginia State Director John Jaggers, RPV/RNC/Team Virginia Deputy State Director Melissa Fwu and Regional Field Director Patrick Gooley, Garrett campaign Political Director Chris Farmer, and Robert Melvin, Legislative Director for Delegate Weber.

     The beautifully decorated and efficiently laid out HQ, equipped with broadband, will provide voters all the information they need to make an informed decision, and will serve as a base of operations for Team Virginia, Trump, Garrett, and Wittman campaigns’ coordination, organization, and administration of their get-out-the-vote efforts in our area. Please volunteer to help achieve our goal to win in November.

     Many thanks are owed to Walt Story for organizing the team to set up the headquarters, to Robin Corcoran with her extraordinary talents in creating the welcoming décor inside and out, to Polly Gable, Amy Thorpe, and Carolyn Kirkland for the wonderful fare, and to Anne Clagett who tirelessly keeps everyone connected through daily communications, and so many others who have made this grand opening a success and the HQ a going concern.

    We owe special gratitude to Ann Gravett and her family for preparing and allowing use of their facility for this campaign period. Words cannot adequately express our sincere appreciation for the generosity of these long-time friends who have provided so much support for our committee and the community.

  • FCRC GIVES VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD

    HAZEL KIZER FCRC 2015 VOUNTEER OF THE YEAR

    In recognition for her dedication to public service and outstanding support, Hazel Kizer was presented with the 2015 Fauquier County Republican County Committee (FCRC) Volunteer of the Year award. Mrs. Kizer has devoted more than twenty five years in numerous positions such as three terms as President of the Piedmont Republican Women’s Club (PRWC), Board member of PRWC and FCRC ExecutIve Committee, organizing and planning events, captain of Kettle Run precinct, and always involved in day to day campaign activities for local, state, and national GOP candidates. When her name was suggested as a candidate for the award, the response was “perfect choice” , “a great lady”,“tireless worker”, “no one more deserving”.

    Kay Hayes, FCRC Chairman praised Mrs. Kizer’s “ strong leadership skills along with her genial and companionable personality that has endeared her to all who have had the privilege to know her and work with her. We are all so privileged and proud to call Hazel one of our own!”

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT FCRC DUES

    FCRC ANNUAL DUES WERE DUE JUNE 1:  $40 FOR VOTING MEMBERS (PRECINCT, AT LARGE, AND EX OFFICIO); AND $30 FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERS.

     ****REMINDER:  THE PAYMENTS YOU SENT IN LAST FEBRUARY OR MARCH TO DECLARE FOR PRECINCT AND AT LARGE MEMBER CANDIDACIES WERE FILING FEES, NOT DUES.

    TO PAY YOU MAY MAIL A CHECK MADE OUT TO “FCRC” TO:  FCRC, PO BOX 925, WARRENTON, VA 20188, OR PAY ONLINE AT www.fauquiergop.com THROUGH THE PAY DUES BUTTON.  AT THAT LINK YOU MAY ALSO DOWNLOAD THE FORM FOR MAILING YOUR PAYMENT.
     
    FOR THOSE WHOSE DUES PAYMENTS ARE NOT RECEIVED BY JUNE 30 AN OBLIGATORY $5 LATE FEE MUST ALSO BE PAID.

    VOTING MEMBERS WHO HAVE NOT PAID BY THAT DATE WILL LOSE THEIR VOTING PRIVILEGES.  ON JULY 1 THE FCRC WILL EMAIL INDIVIDUAL NOTICES INFORMING EACH OF THIS.  THOSE WHO DO NOT PAY THEIR DUES ARE SUBJECT TO REMOVAL FROM THE COMMITTEE.
     
    SO PLEASE PAY YOUR DUES AND SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS TO ELECT OUR REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES!
     
    THANK YOU.
     
    KAY HAYES,
    CHAIRMAN, FCRC

  • Final 2016 FCRC Canvass Results

    Congratulations to the Members Of the Reconstituted FCRC for 2016 to 2018

     

    The results of the April 2 Fauquier County Republican Committee canvass are final. 

    Please click here to view this list.

     

    Thank you to all the candidates, voters, and especially the volunteers who participated in this canvass. 

     

    Our committee members, working together, are the leading edge of our local Party, and have the opportunity and obligation to participate in all the programs the committee is undertaking to insure Republican success this Fall and in the future. 

     

    For those individuals whose declarations of candidacy for membership arrived past the deadline or could not be validated, the FCRC will be returning your filing fees to you.  Declarations could not be validated for individuals who were not registered to vote in Virginia, were registered in jurisdictions outside Fauquier County, or who did not sign their declarations.  

     

  • Congressman Hurt Announces He Will Not Seek Re-election

    Congressman Hurt, representing the 5th District of Virginia, announces that he will not seek another term.  Here is Congressman Hurt’s Statement:

    “To the people of the Fifth District of Virginia:

    “For the last 15 years it has been a high honor to represent you, my fellow-citizens, in elective office.  I was first entrusted to represent my neighbors as a citizen-legislator here on the Chatham Town Council and then in the Virginia General Assembly in Richmond in both the House of Delegates and in the Senate.

    “For the past five years I have had the rare privilege of serving as the representative in the U.S. Congress for Virginia’s Fifth District.  The first member of Congress to represent this district was, of course, James Madison who was elected in 1789 and used his influence as the Father of the Constitution to win adoption of our Bill of Rights — our third charter of freedom — during that First Congress.

    “Being entrusted by you to occupy a seat previously held by such a statesman has been an honor beyond words.  And while Madison’s distinguished service sometimes seems far distant history, I have always looked to his example for guidance, and I have always striven to support and defend our Constitution and to faithfully serve the best interests of my constituents, our Commonwealth, and our nation.  

    “When I think back on my first run for public office, I never envisioned making this a career.  I ran because I believed then as I do now that every citizen should contribute in his or her own way to ensure a vibrant representative democracy.  But I also believed then as I do now that it is not our elected leaders who make our country great, but it is, rather, the private citizen and the private economy that make this country great.

    “And so it is with these two thoughts in mind that I look forward to returning to private life at the conclusion of my current term and declare that I will not seek re-election to Congress next year.

    “Please accept my enduring gratitude for the opportunity to serve you, and I thank you for your gracious hospitality as I have traveled all across the 23 counties and cities of the Fifth District over these years.  I have been blessed to work with an outstanding staff that has always put the people we represent first.  And my greatest debt of gratitude goes to my family who has singularly made this journey possible‎ and worthwhile. 

    “As we approach the New Year, I look forward to continuing to serve the people of the Fifth District in Washington with the same level of representation that they have come to expect from our office.”