Obenshain: Attorney General Race Not Over Yet!

Obenshain: Attorney General Race Not Over Yet!

A message from Republican Attorney General candidate Mark Obenshain:

At this stage, we are in the closest statewide election in Virginia history. The State Board of Elections currently estimates a difference of fewer than 200 votes out of more than 2 million votes cast. That’s less than 1/100th of a percent difference. With the completion of the canvass of local boards, we have finished two of the three automatic steps of vote counting. The State Board of Elections will now conduct its own review, scheduled to …

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Congratulations to Our Delegates!

Congratulations to Our Delegates!

Republicans in Fauquier made an impressive showing this past Election Day to propel all of our House of Delegates nominees back into office. Delegates Michael Webert (18th), Scott Lingamfelter (31st), and Mark Cole (88th) all picked up an impressive number of votes in the Fauquier precincts they represent compared to their 2011 races.

Young Republican club member Del. Webert crushed his opponent by 24 points! And he picked up over 3,000 more voters than in the last election. The people of Fauquier obviously saw past the …

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VIDEO: YR Panel on GOP and the Conservative Movement

VIDEO: YR Panel on GOP and the Conservative Movement

The Fauquier Young Republicans sponsored a panel discussion on “The Conservative Movement & the Republican Party: Conflict, Alliance & the Way Forward” on April 27 at Lord Fairfax Community College in Warrenton. The panel featured Richard Viguerie, chairman of ConservativeHQ.com; Christopher Malagisi, president of Young Conservatives Coalition; Kate Edwards, program officer for Young Americans for Freedom; and Christopher Bedford, associate editor of The Daily Caller.

You can view pictures on our Facebook page, and watch the full discussion below:

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May Meeting – “The Right All Along” Reel Four: Reagan’s Resolve

May Meeting – “The Right All Along” Reel Four: Reagan’s Resolve

Our May meeting will be on Wednesday, May 8 at 7:00 pm at the office of The Collie Gorg Group, 11 Main Street, Suite D, Warrenton. ***Please note that the office is actually BEHIND Sona Bank on the other side of Main Street. The entrance is around the corner on Alexandria Pike and Main St. There is a parking lot connecting the First Baptist Church on Alexandria Pike.

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We’ll be continuing our series on exploring the history of the …

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March Meeting – “The Right All Along” Reel Three: Path to Power

March Meeting – “The Right All Along” Reel Three: Path to Power

Our March meeting will be on Monday, March 11 at 7:00pm at McMahon’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, 380 Broadview Ave. in Warrenton. Share this event and invite your friends on Facebook.

We’ll be continuing our series on exploring the history of the modern conservative movement in America by watching “The Right, All Along: The Rise Fall & Future of Conservatism,” a Fox News Reporting series.

“Path to Power” is part three of Brit Hume’s six-part series on the history of American conservatism. This episode tells the inside …

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YRFV 2013 State Convention

YRFV 2013 State Convention

Arlington has been selected to host the 2013 Young Republican Federation of Virginia Convention which will take place on Saturday, April 20, 2013.

You must be an active member of your local club to vote and run for office at the convention! You can register to become a member of the Fauquier YRs here.

The event will take place in the large side room of Bailey’s Pub at the Ballston Common Mall, 4238 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, Virginia 22203. All day parking is available in the mall garage for …

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We Need Your Feedback: Take Our Survey

We Need Your Feedback: Take Our Survey

We want to make sure everyone who is interested in getting involved with us has the opportunity to do so. Please take this 5 question survey to let us know how we can best schedule events to fit your availability and interests:

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NRO’s “Middle Ground” Approach to Abortion Seriously Flawed

NRO’s “Middle Ground” Approach to Abortion Seriously Flawed

Editor’s note: this article appeared on LifeSiteNews.com here.

By Adam Cassandra

It’s a sad state of affairs for conservatives when after record breaking years in 2011 and 2012 with respect to the legal protection of unborn life at the state level; when TIME magazine has declared that abortion activists are on the run; when NARAL has admitted that pro-lifers are gaining ground and that the younger generation is more pro-life; and following the biggest March for Life in American history, we have a conservative publication like National …

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GOP Should be Making it Easier for People to Earn a Living

GOP Should be Making it Easier for People to Earn a Living

By Adam Cassandra

The Republican Party has traditionally championed the free market and policies promoting prosperity and growth in the economy (thanks in large part to staunch fiscal conservatives within the party). But in looking at the recent debates among Republicans over farming, and specifically the “Boneta Bill,” it appears that some Republicans have lost focus when it comes to using their power in government to make it easier for people to earn a living.

To be clear, I don’t know much about farming. No one in …

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February Meeting – “The Right All Along” Reel Two: A Time for Choosing

February Meeting – “The Right All Along” Reel Two: A Time for Choosing

Our February meeting will be on Wednesday, February 13 at 7:00pm at McMahon’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, 380 Broadview Ave. in Warrenton. Share this event and invite your friends on Facebook.

We’ll be continuing our series on exploring the history of the modern conservative movement in America by watching “The Right, All Along: The Rise Fall & Future of Conservatism,” a Fox News Reporting series.

“A Time for Choosing” is the second reel of Brit Hume’s six-part series about the history of the American conservatism. This episode …

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