Welcome to Virginia's 2nd District
The 2nd Congressional District Republican Committee is comprised of Republican leaders from all across Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District. The primary purpose of the committee is to recruit and elect a Republican member to the United States House of Representatives from the 2th District. The 2th District is currently represented by Congressman Scott Taylor, who was elected in 2016.
In addition to our primary duty, the 2nd Congressional District Committee assists in recruiting and supporting Republican candidates for the Virginia General Assembly, statewide offices, and other partisan elected positions. The Committee is headed up by a chairman, who is normally elected at the even-year, biennial district convention.
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Latest News from the Second District
SUVGOP Releases New Ad
by jmarch on July 31, 2019 at 2:38 pm
The Suburban Virginia Republican Coalition (SUVGOP) PAC has released its new advertisement called “Not One”, a campaign to educate voters across Northern Virginia about the record twenty-four (24) Republican women running for local- and state-level public office in NoVA in 2019. Link to the SUVGOP “Not One” video: https://youtu.be/Zx5rjszrEYA: “From School Board to the Board of Supervisors to the General ... Read More The post SUVGOP Releases New Ad appeared first on Republican Party of Virginia. […]
socialist democrats politicize safety of our troops
by jmarch on July 12, 2019 at 8:14 pm
In the latest example of socialist extremism, Elaine Luria, Abigail Spanberger, & Jennifer Wexton just voted to jeopardize the safety of our troops both at home and abroad. These three socialist Democrats rejected consideration of a bipartisan version of the NDAA that overwhelmingly passed the Senate two weeks ago by a vote of 86-8 and instead supported a House version ... Read More The post socialist democrats politicize safety of our troops appeared first on Republican Party of Virginia. […]
House of Delegates will advance aid for Virginia Beach, victims over objections of Democrats
by jmarch on July 10, 2019 at 7:58 pm
Republican leaders in the Virginia House of Delegates said Wednesday they will begin work on a package of legislation designed to aid the City of Virginia Beach and the victims of the May 31 murders at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center. Four pieces of legislation introduced by Delegate Barry Knight (R-Virginia Beach) were referred to the House Committee on Appropriations ... Read More The post House of Delegates will advance aid for Virginia Beach, victims over objections of Democrats appeared first on Republican Party of Virginia. […]
Leader Gilbert: “Are Democrats Blocking Hearings to Protect Their Preferred Candidate for Governor?”
by jmarch on June 21, 2019 at 4:59 pm
House Majority Leader Todd Gilbert issued the following statement in response to a Richmond Times-Dispatch article which reports Democrat Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax is considering a run for Governor believing the sexual assault scandal has “raised his public profile for good:” “As Yogi Berra once said, some things are too coincidental to be a coincidence. The fact that Democrats have ... Read More The post Leader Gilbert: “Are Democrats Blocking Hearings to Protect Their Preferred Candidate for Governor?” appeared first on Republican Party of Virginia. […]
YES OR NO: DO VIRGINIA DEMOCRAT 2019 CANDIDATES SUPPORT NORTHAM, FAIRFAX, OR HERRING?
by jmarch on June 19, 2019 at 6:11 pm
YES OR NO: DO VIRGINIA DEMOCRAT 2019 CANDIDATES SUPPORT NORTHAM, FAIRFAX, OR HERRING? Richmond, VA – As Northam kicks-off his 138th day in office after admitting to either wearing blackface or a KKK robe; Virginia Democrats running THIS YEAR must answer whether or not they support him. As Justin Fairfax kicks-off his 131st day in office after his second sexual ... Read More The post YES OR NO: DO VIRGINIA DEMOCRAT 2019 CANDIDATES SUPPORT NORTHAM, FAIRFAX, OR HERRING? appeared first on Republican Party of Virginia. […]