Augusta County calls mass meeting for faux 24th senate district convention

Republican elephantBy Lynn R. Mitchell

Another waste of time? This one, however, is closed — if you didn’t prefile by March 27, you cannot attend. Closed proceedings to electe “delegates” to a closed convention. And the beat goes on. (See Primary, or convention in 24th Senate District? and ‘First they came for the volunteers, and I did not speak out’).

OFFICIAL CALL of Augusta County Republican Committee

Mass Meeting
 of the Augusta County Republican Committee (ACRC)
 of the Republican Party of Virginia

As Chairman of the Augusta County Committee of the Republican Party, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, Georgia Alvis-Long, do hereby issue this call for a Mass Meeting at the Augusta County Government Center, 18 Government Center Lane, Verona, Virginia, 24482, starting at 10:00 AM local time on April 4, 2015 to be held in compliance with the deadline for selection of convention delegates and subject to a Court’s decision that a Convention is to be held in lieu of a Primary for the following purpose:

Electing 935 Delegates and an equal number of Alternates to the 24th Senate Legislative District Convention, to be held on April 25, 2015 at East Rockingham High School, 250 Eagle Rock Road, Elkton, Virginia, 22827, beginning at 10:00 AM for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for the office of State Senator of District 24 to be voted on in the general election on November 3, 2015. Each unit is entitled to one (1) Delegate Vote per 200 Republican votes for Governor and President at their last election, so that the Augusta County Republican Committee is entitled to 187 Delegate Votes. A voluntary fee of $10 is requested for each Delegate or Alternate to the Convention in order to help cover expenses.

Qualifications for Participation
All legal and qualified voters of Augusta County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who certify in writing their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the 2015 general election, may participate in this Mass Meeting.

Pre-filing Requirements
Candidates for election as a Convention Delegate or Alternate must submit a completed pre-file form to the Augusta County Republican Committee, P.O. Box 2824, Staunton, VA 24402. The pre-file form can be obtained on any of these websites: http://www.augustavagop.com, http://www.rpv.org, or http://www.sixthdistrictgop.org. All official forms must be postmarked by March 27, 2015 or hand delivered to the Main Staunton Post Office on 1430 North Augusta Street between 4:30 PM and 5:00 PM on March 27th to the receiving people located at the 2824 Postal Box. If fewer than 935 candidates file for Delegates, then all properly pre-filed Delegates will be deemed elected and the Mass Meeting will be canceled.

Registration Fees
For the Augusta County Mass Meeting, there will be no registration fee required to participate.

See also Rockingham County’s call for faux convention.Paid for by the Augusta County Republican Committee

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One thought on “Augusta County calls mass meeting for faux 24th senate district convention

  1. […] to elect “delegates,” and the uncertainty for the four candidates who have filed (see Augusta County calls mass meeting for faux 24th Senate District convention and Rockingham GOP calls mass meeting for faux […]

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