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Angela Kelly-Wiecek Elected Chairman of Hanover County Supervisors

Angela Wiecek-KellyCongratulations to Hanover County Supervisor Angela Kelly-Wiecek (Chickahominy District, former Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling’s former supervisor seat), on her election as chairman of the board of supervisors.

Angela was elected in November 2011. She chairs the Board’s Legislative Committee and serves on the Joint Education and Safety/Security Committees and the Town-County Liaison Committee.

Ms. Kelly-Wiecek is the current Chair of the Capital Area Workforce Investment Agency Policy Board. She represents Hanover County as member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Richmond Partnership where she is the current Vice Chair. She also represents Hanover on the Sports Backers Board of Directors, Richmond Region Transportation Planning Organization, and is a current member and former Chair of the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission.

A 2006 graduate of Hanover County’s Citizens Planning Academy, Ms. Kelly-Wiecek served on Hanover’s PDR Commission (2008) and High Speed Internet Committee (2010-2011). In 2010, Gov. McDonnell appointed her to the Board of Directors of GenEdge Alliance (formerly the A.L. Philpott Manufacturing Extension Partnership) where she served as the Marketing Sub-Committee Chair.

Ms. Kelly-Wiecek and her husband Paul are the parents of a Hanover County Public School student. Together they all enjoy sports, history, the beach, traveling and reading. They are also active members of St. Bridget Church.

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Angela Kelly-Wiecek elected vice chair of Hanover Board of Supervisors

Angela Wiecek-KellyBy Lynn R. Mitchell

Congratulations to Hanover County Supervisor Angela Kelly-Wiecek (Chickahominy District, former Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling’s former supervisor seat) on her election as vice chairman of the board of supervisors.

Angela was elected in November 2011. She chairs the Board’s Legislative subcommittee and also serves on the Finance and Safety/Security Committees. Ms. Kelly-Wiecek represents Hanover County as member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Richmond Partnership. She also represents Hanover County on the Capital Area Workforce Investment Agency Policy Board, the Capital Region Collaborative, and is the current Chair of the Richmond Regional Planning District Commission.

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Virginia Republicans look to the future

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Linwood Cobb and Eric Cantor

By Lynn R. Mitchell

It’s the Top 5 state offices: governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, two U.S. senate seats. Add to that president.

Virginia Republicans saw all those offices turn over to Democrats the past few years including the back-to-back loss for president that marked the first time Virginia carried a Democrat for president since the 1960s.

Frustrated at the string of losses and looking at the 2016 presidential election looming right around the corner, more than 100 Republican activists gathered Saturday in Richmond from as far away as southwestern Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads, Southern Virginia, and the Richmond area. Representing every congressional district and looking to the future during the day-long event, they met in a casual atmosphere to hear positive messages from respected leaders and to network with fellow activists.  The message was one of how to grow the party and work together, how to reach diverse communities, and how to move forward to once again win statewide and presidential elections.

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Photos #2 – Burgers with Bill … faces in the crowd

??????????Two friends … Bob and Bill. The crowd sang “Happy Birthday” for these two whose birthdays were June 15. (In the background are Davis Rennolds, Charlie Judd, and others.) More photos after the fold….

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Photos #1 – Burgers with Bill … Bolling, Romney, Gillespie, McDonnell joined by 400 guests

??????????The 20th Annual “Burgers with Bill” was a highlight event Tuesday at Innsbrook on the western edges of Richmond with more than 400 friends and allies attending as guests of former Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling and his wife Jean Ann. The Bollings continued the event this year as an appreciation dinner for those who have traveled the journey with them through 22 years of elected office. The LG was joined by Republican U.S. Senate candidate Ed Gillespie and Governor Mitt Romney who was the GOP U.S. Presidential nominee in 2012 and remains extremely popular with Republicans nationwide. (See Burgers with Bill tonight … hottest ticket in UVA headlining Bill Bolling, Mitt Romney, Ed Gillespie.)

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Governor Romney signed the bus, a tradition with the Gillespie campaign at events throughout the Commonwealth. Others in the crowd signed, too, finding room among other familiar Republican signatures.

??????????Governor Mitt Romney and Dr. Kurt Michael. (More photos after the fold.)

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