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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.

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The March Meeting of the Waynesboro Republicans

The Waynesboro Republicans will meet on Thursday, March 17th, at the Republican Headquarters, at the Willow Oak Plaza, at 7:00 pm.

At the meeting, we will plan the Committee’s program for the rest of 2016. You are cordially invited to attend.


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October 15th meeting of the W’boro Republicans

On Thursday, October 15th, the Waynesboro Republicans met at their Campaign Headquarters at the Willow Oak Plaza. It was a wonderful evening as Delegate Dickie Bell and his wife, Anne, talked about the Fall election race.

During the conversation, Dickie explained that going door-to-door was no longer an effective way to communicate with voters. Instead, he said it was better to mail a well-designed campaign flyer.

The Committee voted by acclamation to hand-address and mail Dickie’s flyers. Two sessions were immediately scheduled. Saturday morning, October 17th, from 10:00 am until noon, and Tuesday afternoon, October 20th, 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm.

It was a great meeting. You should have been there!

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A Patriotic Creed by Edgar Guest

Stewart Hall read this poem at the July 9th Picnic of the Waynesboro Republican Committee.

To serve my country day by day
At any humble post I may;
To honor and respect her flag,
To live the traits of which I brag;
To be American in deed
As well as in my printed creed.

To stand for truth and honest toil,
To till my little patch of soil,
And keep in mind the debt I owe
To them who died that I might know
My country, prosperous and free,
And passed this heritage to me.

I always must in trouble’s hour
Be guided by the men in power;
For God and country I must live,
My best for God and country give;
No act of mine that men may scan
Must shame the name American.

To do my best and play my part,
American in mind and heart;
To serve the flag and bravely stand
To guard the glory of my land;
To be American indeed:
God grant me strength to keep this creed!

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Juneteenth Celebration Planned for June 6th

The Waynesboro Republicans will host a Juneteenth Celebration on June 6th. Juneteenth was the name used by African-Americans following the Civil War to commemorate the end of slavery.

It was the Republican Party that ended slavery in 1865 and it is the grassroots Republican Party today that defends the Constitution and the Bill of Rights for all Americans.

The Waynesboro Juneteenth Celebration is to recall the historical ties that bind African-Americans and Republicans together.

There will be three guest speakers.Carl Tate

Carl Tate will be the Master of Ceremonies. Carl’s photo is to the right.

Carl was born in Staunton. He received a law degree from the University of Richmond and received his B.S. from Liberty University. After graduation, he received a Presidential appointment to the Department of Commerce, serving as a data analyst.

Currently, Carl is a Sunday columnist for the Waynesboro News Virginian and the Treasurer for the Waynesboro Republican Committee.

Chuck Smith served in the Navy as an attorney for twenty years. He went on to serve as Chairman of the Virginia Beach Republican Committee, then the largest single Unit in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Chuck represented the Republican Party as its nominee for Congress in the 3rd Congressional District in 2010. Smith, his wife and their five children reside in Virginia Beach where he oversees a thriving law practice.

Ron Miller is the author of Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch. Ron served in the Bush Administration in the Department of Homeland Security and the Small Business Administration.

As a married father of three, he writes columns for print and online news outlets. Ron has been featured as a commentator on numerous national radio and television programs.

The Juneteenth Celebration will be a luncheon, at the Best Western Hotel and Conference Center, in Waynesboro, on June 6th, at 11:30 am.

The cost is only $10 for adults. Children 0 – 12 are free.

To Make Reservations, please call Phyllis Hollowell at (540) 943-2959 or Sandy Adams at (540) 942-1880, or email

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