Loudoun Republicans Open Victory Office

Less than 24 hours after the first presidential debate, the Loudoun County Republican Committee celebrated the opening of its “victory office” Tuesday evening.

Republicans gather for the grand opening of the 2016 campaign office in CountrySide.
Republicans gather for the grand opening of the 2016 campaign office in CountrySide.

Located at 44 Pigeon Hill Drive in CountrySide, the office is located next to SuperCuts and the Mathnasium. Tuesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was attended by a slew of local and state Republican officials, including county supervisors Geary Higgins (Catoctin) and Suzanne Volpe (Algonkian); Sen. Dick Black (R-33); state Republican Party Chairman John Whitbeck; and former county supervisors Eugene Delgaudio and Ken Reid, the latter of whom is running for a seat on the Leesburg Town Council.

LCRC Chairman Will Estrada said that the office would  be staffed by volunteers seven days a week, although finalized hours of operation have not yet been set.

The office came well stocked with something committee members had clamored for throughout the  summer: Trump-Pence campaign signs. Look for those to be springing on area lawns with more frequency in the weeks ahead.

Sen. Dick Black, left, and Supervisor Geary Higgins talk during Tuesday's opening of a Republican campaign office in CountrySide.
Sen. Dick Black, left, and Supervisor Geary Higgins talk during Tuesday’s opening of a Republican campaign office in CountrySide.
Piles of Trump-Pence campaign signs have arrived in Loudoun.
Piles of Trump-Pence campaign signs have arrived in Loudoun.