By Matt Colt Hall
Dear Members of the Sixth District SCC members and Chairman Walker,
My name is Matthew Hall, and I’m a member of the Roanoke County Republican Committee and I am also the Secretary of the Roanoke Young Republican Club. I am writing you this evening in regards to tomorrows SCC meeting.
I urge you to push the appeals of slating back to the December 2014 SCC meeting, so that the issue be put to rest after the election. This slating issue is making the Republican Party look like squabbling group of children. We need to be working on electing Republican Candidate. As Brian Schoeneman said this evening on Bearing Drift:
“I am tired of the constant internal party bickering. Not only is it unseemly to watch grown men and women running around screaming “he’s a Democrat!” at everybody in a meeting they don’t recognize, it’s no way to grow a party that is in desperate need of bringing in new members and persuading those in the center who agree with us on many issues to cast their ballots for our candidates. Nor is the middle of an election season the proper time to be dealing with these types of issues. We can start these discussions in December, and give the party and the grassroots time to win a big victory that will (hopefully) help heal some of the self-inflicted wounds from 2014.”
I just ask that the madness stop. The Republican Party of Virginia get back to the goal of getting Free Market, Pro-Coal, and Pro-Gun Republicans elected. Please push these appeals back so that we can work to make Ed Gillespie our next Senator and elect our Republicans.
Matthew Colt Hall
Roanoke County GOP member
I sent this email to the Sixth District Republican State Central Committee Members and Chairman Wendell Walker. I urge that the SCC stop the madness and just let us get back to electing Republicans. Stop the infighting and get back to the real issues.
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[…] Perhaps one of the most outspoken was a Republican activist from Roanoke, Matt Hall, who wrote an open letter to the State Central representatives in his 6th Congressional District including chairman Wendell Walker (see Matt Hall: An open letter to 6th District SCC members and Wendell Walker — ‘stop the mad…). […]