Mark Sell elected Chairman of the LCRC
Loudoun County Republicans voted in great numbers today at the
Loudoun County Republican Party Canvass held at Belmont Ridge
Middle School. The Loudoun County Republican Committee (LCRC) order
of business for the day was the election of Mark Sell as the
Committee's Chair for the next two years.
"I am pleased to announce Mark Sell as the next Chairman of the LCRC," Outgoing Chairman Glen Caroline reported. "The LCRC is united behind Mark Sell and we remain focused on the 2010 Congressional election and the extremely important 2011 Loudoun County races. The almost 1,000 voters in today's party canvass is a strong indication that the Republican Party continues to surge in Loudon County."
LCRC Chairman Mark Sell noted, "Today's canvass for Loudoun County Republican Committee Chairman was a tremendous victory for our Party and for the conservative principles and committed base that are the source of our strength. The robust turnout, the exceptional enthusiasm for our cause it represented, and the unity and comity that were evident even in the midst of a competitive campaign are already building a powerful surge of momentum for Republican wins in 2010, 2011, 2012 and beyond."
Sell continued, "I want to pay tribute to Candace Strother and her supporters for an exceptionally well-run and creative campaign that brought out the best in our Party. Our areas of agreement far outweigh any differences we may have, and I look forward to working closely with her as we build our Committee. I also want to thank my many supporters for all the hard work they put into my campaign."
"As I said all along, this race has not been about Candace or me, it is about the committed Republican base that truly walks the walk: staffing the phones, striding door-to-door, standing at the polls and back-to-school nights, serving on committees and signing the checks. I sought the chairmanship to serve them and look forward to uniting our party behind a plan to recruit outstanding candidates, raise money from a broader, energized base, resource world-class campaigns, reach every last Loudoun voter and roast the current Democratic Board of Supervisors that is leading us down the road to fiscal ruin," concluded Sell.
Additionally, Glen Caroline certified the reformation of the LCRC with 197 members and 488 filers for the 10th District Convention in May. All members who sought membership and whose information was in order were duly elected to the Loudoun County Republican Committee and/or the 10th District Convention.