2012 Mass Meeting and Reorganization Process

On March 31, the LCRC will hold a Mass Meeting for our reorganization at Loudoun County High School in Leesburg. The LCRC Mass Meeting Call was published in the March 2nd edition of the Leesburg Today per the vote of the LCRC at our meeting on February 27. It is not necessary to file to participate in the Mass Meeting. However, even if you are currently a member of the LCRC you will need to file the 2012 Filing Form to sign up for the new membership cycle of the committee.

There are also two conventions, one in May and one in June. Any registered voter in Loudoun County who meets the requirements for participation set forth in the Plan of Organization of the Republican Party of Virginia may participate in the conventions or Mass Meeting. You may sign up to be a delegate at either convention using the same filing form.

Questions?

If you have questions please visit our LCRC Reorganization Process Assistance Sheet.

2012 Loudoun County Republican Committee Mass Meeting

Saturday, March 31, 2012
Loudoun County High School
415 Dry Mill Road SW
Leesburg, VA 20175

Registration from 9:30AM-10:30AM, Mass Meeting begins at 11:00AM

Purpose: Elect Chairman of the Loudoun County Republican Committee, members of the Loudoun County Republican Committee, delegates to the 10th Congressional District Republican Convention, and delegates to the Republican Party of Virginia State Convention.

10th Congressional District Republican Committee

Saturday, May 19, 2012
Tusacora High School
801 N. King St
Leesburg, VA 20176

Registration begins at 8:30AM, Convention begins at 10:00AM

Purpose: to elect a Chairman of the Congressional District Committee, three State Central Committee members, three delegates and three alternates to the Republican National Convention, and one Presidential Elector

Republican Party of Virginia State Convention

Saturday, June 16, 2012
Greater Richmond Convention Center
403 N. Third St
Richmond, VA 23219

Convention begins at 10:00AM

Purpose: to elect a Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, 2 Presidential Electors At-Large, 13 Delegates to the RNC, 13 Alternate Delegates to the RNC, and one RNC National Committeeman and one RNC National Committeewoman.