Loudoun Republicans Plan May 4 Nominating Convention

Candidates who plan to run for local government office on the Republican ticket this fall have until March 17 to file paperwork required to participate in the party’s nominating convention.

Delegates at the May 4 convention at Stone Bridge High School will select candidates for the Board of Supervisors, sheriff, commissioner of the revenue, treasurer, and commonwealth’s attorney. School Board elections are non-partisan the committee will consider endorsements in those races after the June 11 candidate filing deadline.

Convention candidates must complete their forms and pay the filing fee—$1,000 for constitutional offices and county chairman at-large, and $500 for district Board of Supervisors seats—by 5 p.m. Sunday, March 17.

Those wishing to participate in the selection process as convention delegates must file by 5 p.m. Sunday, April 14.

Registration forms and additional details can be found at loudoungop.com.

One thought on “Loudoun Republicans Plan May 4 Nominating Convention

  • 2019-03-11 at 10:35 am
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    Familiar faces and new friends putting themselves out to right the Trump backlash from the last elections. Whitbeck or Ohneiser (I consider Bob a independent republican) to defeat saddest chair we have had in years. Admire Higgins and Meyers trying to maintain sanity by running for Blacks 13th Senate seat. No one I know has been happy with the performance of Herring, Wexton and Boysco the 3rd trimester crowd, elect Suzanne Fox. We have a choice between a good supervisor, Volpe and a finger waver parroting Randall’s nonsense. Plus Caleb Kershner, Rich McMunn and new school board candidates Julie Sisson and Joseph Newcomer with more to come make me optimistic for the upcoming elections.

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