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Saturday, April 4, 2009

RPV Chair Frederick removed as Chair

In a 57 vote for and 17 vote against, Delegate Jeff Frederick has been removed as Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia (RPV). The charges were presented at at 11am with each side given 45 minutes to respond. After the charges were presented and responses heard two procedural votes were taken...63 votes were in favor with 13 against (57 were needed for removal.) We now look to a new chairman to revive the party with ethical and strong leadership so we can once again turn Virginia back to being a red state.

4 comments:

J. Tyler Ballance said...

Revive what?

A Party that stabs one of its brightest stars in the back in a highly publicized lynching has demonstrated only that they prefer to destroy those who are trying to drag the RPVA into the Twenty-first Century, rather than to support efforts to respond to changes in society.

The Convention must right this wrong, by re-electing Jeff Frederick to Chairman at the May Convention. If not, those under fifty and others who support the fair selection of nominees and honest Party leadership, should walk away from the Republicans, and never look back.

Mike Wade said...

Tyler, only Republicans can come to our convention. Your continued documented statements against nominees and Party show you left us years ago. I will see you at the Credentials committee!

Anonymous said...

Stop being a bully Mr. Wade. You just don't like anyone who disagrees with you.

Loudoun Insider said...

Please, it's one thing to disagree, it's another to promise to work against the GOP's nominee for Governor, like JTB. Anyone doing so does not deserve to take part in the RPV convention.