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The Waynesboro Republicans are men and women of principle. Their goal is to defend the Constitution, with energy, courage and good humor.

21
Sep
2017

Next Meeting to be held on October 19th

The next meeting of the Waynesboro Republican Committee will be held on Thursday, October 19th, at the Willow Oak Plaza, on West Broad Street, at 7:00 pm.

The members of the Committee are organizing an energetic campaign to elect their candidates on November 7th. We are especially concentrating on our local standard bearers: Sheriff Joe Harris, City Treasurer Stephanie Beverage and Delegate Dickie Bell.

If you care about the direction of the country, we urge you to consider attending a meeting of the Waynesboro Republican Committee. It is an amazing group of ordinary people who are determined to work together on behalf of common sense public policy.

Guests always receive a warm welcome.

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17
Aug
2017

Dino Ponce visits the Campaign Headquarters

Dino Ponce is the Field Organizer of the Republican Party of Virginia for this area of the Shenandoah Valley.

In a very short period of time, Dino has become a good friend of the Republican Committees in Waynesboro, Augusta, Staunton and Highland. We are fortunate to have him on our team.

The photo shows Dino and his fiancée Catherine when they visited Waynesboro’s Campaign Headquarters on August 18th.

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20
Feb
2017

Call to nominate candidates for City Treasurer & Sheriff

Waynesboro Republican Committee
Official Call for a Mass Meeting of the Waynesboro
Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia

              As Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended and directed by the Committee, I, Ken Adams, do hereby issue this notice and call for a Mass Meeting to be held at the Waynesboro Public Library, 600 South Wayne Avenue, Waynesboro, starting at 7:00 pm local time on Thursday, March 16, 2017 for the following purposes:

Nominate a candidate for Treasurer of the City of Waynesboro.

Nominate a candidate for Sheriff of the City of Waynesboro.

Transact such other business as may properly come before the Mass Meeting.

Qualifications for Participation

All legal and qualified voters of Waynesboro 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, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts.

Filing Requirements

              Candidates for nomination shall file a form, which is a written statement of intention, by mail or in person, with the Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee, Ken Adams, 712 Pelham Drive, Waynesboro, Virginia 22980. The form must be received no later than 5:00 pm, Friday, March 3, 2017. The filing form is included in this Call. Postmarks do not govern.

There shall be no nominations from the floor of the Mass Meeting.

Winter Weather Forecast or Hazardous Driving Conditions

If, in the opinion of the Chairman, winter weather or hazardous driving conditions may be anticipated, the date and time of the meeting may be changed. A new date shall allow reasonable time for persons who are planning to attend the Mass Meeting to adjust their calendars.

Notice of any change shall be posted on website of the Waynesboro Republican committee and the website of the 6th District Committee of the Republican party of Virginia.

Registration Fee

There will be no registration fee to participate in the Mass Meeting.

Proper Notice

Copies of the Call shall be sent via email to all members of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and the Chairman of the 6th District Committee on January 4, 2016.

The Call shall be posted on the websites of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and the 6th District Committee.

Candidates Nominated Where Only One Person Pre-Files.

Should only one person pre-file for an office, that person shall be deemed nominated.

Should only one person pre-file for both offices, then both candidates shall be deemed nominated and the Mass Meeting shall be cancelled.

Authorization

This Mass Meeting Call is authorized by the Waynesboro Republican Committee. Ken Adams is the Chairman of the Committee. Inquiries may be addressed to Mr. Adams at (540) 942-1880.

The Official Filing Form is below.

Waynesboro Republican Committee

Official Filing Form

 

I am filing to be nominated for the office of:

_____ Treasurer of Waynesboro

_____ Sheriff of Waynesboro

I, ___________________________________________________, do hereby declare that I seek to be nominated as a candidate of the Republican Party for the office noted above.

I certify that I am a qualified and registered voter, and reside in the City of Waynesboro. I am in accord with the principles of the Republican Party.

Name: _________________________________________________________________

Residence Address: _____________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address, if different: ____________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________

Email address: _________________________________________________________

Telephone Number: _____________________________________________________

Signature: _____________________________________________________________

Authorized by the Waynesboro Republican Committee

              This form should be delivered or mailed to Ken Adams, Chairman, Waynesboro Republican Committee, 712 Pelham Drive, Waynesboro, Virginia 22980. The form must be received by 5:00 pm, Friday, March 3, 2017.

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30
Jan
2017

Washington’s Birthday Breakfast to be held

The Waynesboro Republican Committee
cordially invites you to attend
The Annual Washington’s Birthday Breakfast
Saturday, February 18, 2017
The Elks Lodge, 1700 Harvard Road
Waynesboro
9:00 am – 10:30 am

The Guest Speaker
Our guest speaker is Dr. Carey Roberts, the Chairman of the History Department of Liberty University. Carey is an outstanding historian and a master story-teller.

Carey’s talk is entitled, “The Newburgh Conspiracy and how George Washington secured our liberties.” It will be exciting history at its very best, full of real-life drama.

To Make Reservations
Reservations are requested, as we need to notify those who will prepare the food how many guests to expect. To make reservations call:

Phyllis Hollowell at (540) 943-2959, or

Sandy Adams at (540) 942-1880 

The Cost
0 – 12: Free
13 – 17: $6.00
18 and over: $12.00

Reservations should be paid when you arrive. Cash or check only. We cannot accept credit cards.

Snow Date
If it snows on February 18th, the Breakfast will be held on the following Saturday, February 25th.

Questions
Call Ken or Sandy Adams if you have any questions. Their telephone number is (540) 942-1880. If you prefer, you may send a question via email using the “Contact Us” page of this website.

We hope to see you there!

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07
Oct
2016

Trump Signs & Bumper Stickers are available

Lawn signs, 4′ X 8′ signs and bumper stickers are available at the Headquarters of the Waynesboro Republican Committee.

The Headquarters will be open:

Tuesday, 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Wednesday, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Thursday, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Saturday, 9:00 am – Noon

The Headquarters is located at the Willow Oak Plaza, at 901 West Broad Street, Waynesboro.

 

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30
Jul
2016

Annual Picnic held on July 28th

003On Thursday, July 28th the Waynesboro Republicans held their annual picnic.

Because of the heat and the forecast of strong thunderstorms, the picnic was held indoors at the home of Ken and Sandy Adams. Ken is the Chairman of the Waynesboro Republican Committee.

Despite the weather, twenty people attended.

The food was plentiful and delicious. But, the best part of the evening was the fellowship and the talks. Ken was an Alternate Delegate at the Republican National Convention which was held in Cleveland. He described what it was like to be part of the event.

Scott Sayre, the Chairman of the 6th Congressional District Committee spoke, as did Dickie Bell, our representative in the Virginia House of Delegates.

It was a wonderful evening.

Perhaps, you have been considering joining the Waynesboro Republicans or volunteering to work during the Presidential campaign. If that is you, we cordially invite you to attend a meeting of the Committee. You will find a warm welcome among good folks.

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12
Jul
2016

Court Overturns Law That Binds Delegates

At the Republican National Convention, delegates are bound by Republican Party of Virginia rules to vote as instructed on the first ballot. However, delegates could always vote as they wished and the RPV does not have any sanction or punishment that accrues to delegates who vote as they choose.

In the past, delegates always voted on the first ballot as instructed by the RPV rules. Therefore, the issue has never arisen or been debated.

There is a State law that says a delegate must vote as instructed by the RPV. Should a delegate not vote as instructed, that person would be guilty of a misdemeanor and may be prosecuted.

A Federal District Court ruled on Monday, July 11th that a State law may not be used to enforce Party rules. The Judge asserted that a political Party is a private organization and the State has no business being involved in the operational workings of such an organization.

That means that delegates are still bound by RPV rules, but the police power of the State may not be used to enforce those rules.

It is unknown if the Court ruling will affect the Convention.

Ken Adams

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09
Jul
2016

Second Saturday Breakfast Program Launched

On Saturday, July 9th, the Republican Committees of Waynesboro, Augusta, Staunton, Highland and Bath launched Second Saturday.

Second Saturday is a monthly breakfast at which prominent speakers address the compelling issues of our time.

The inaugural meeting has held at Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant and thirty-four people attended. Cynthia Dunbar, Virginia’s National Committeewoman, spoke about the Constitution and the failure of our elected leaders to govern by its clear meaning.

The breakfast was well received by the guests who gave Cynthia a standing ovation.

Ken Adams

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30
Jun
2016

Supreme Court Dictates Abortion Law

On Monday, June 27th, the Supreme Court struck down a Texas law which required abortion clinics to have the same standards as other medical clinics. The Supreme Court ruled that it would protect abortionists from any laws that limit their grisly business.

Five Supreme Court Justices overturned medical standards in sixteen States. And, they did so without the Constitutional authority to justify their action. The Supreme Court ruling on Monday is the very description of a dictatorship.

These are, indeed, dangerous times for our nation. The Justices of the Supreme Court have become dictators by unconstitutionally creating laws according to their political inclinations.

The American remedy for despots is the Constitution. Let us find and elect candidates who understand the genius of our Founding Document and who have the courage to defend it.

If you believe in Individual Liberty, Limited Constitutional Government, the Rule of Law, Personal Responsibility and Economic Freedom, the Waynesboro Republican Committee needs you.

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24
Jun
2016

Your Invitation to Second Saturday

Cynthia DunbarThe Republican Committees of Waynesboro, Augusta County, Staunton, Highland County and Bath County have launched a monthly breakfast program called Second Saturday.

On the Second Saturday of every month the five Committees will hold a breakfast at which a Republican headliner will speak. The first breakfast will be held on Saturday, July 9th, at Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant, beginning at 9:00 am and concluding at 10:00. The cost of the meal is $14.50.

The Guest Speaker will be newly elected National Committeewoman Cynthia Dunbar. Cynthia is an attorney, an administrator at Liberty University and a Constitutional authority.

Of special interest, Cynthia is a member of the Virginia delegation to the National Convention and will serve on the important Platform Committee.

You are cordially invited to attend the Second Saturday Breakfast on July 9th.

Ken Adams

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