Charlottesville Republican Committee

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The Charlottesville Republican Committee is the city's arm of the Republican Party. The chair of the party is Erich Reimer. [1]

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In 2009, the party published a platform outlining the kind of candidate the party could support.[2] However, no Republicans surfaced in either 2009 or 2011. Weber has hew is hopeful for 2013. [3]

Merger with Albemarle GOP

A merger with the Albemarle County Republican Committee was discussed January 9, 2010 at the monthly regional GOP breakfast meeting[4].

History

In August 1938, the group adopted a resolution opposing the New Deal. It read in part:

"We commend the action to the Republican members in the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States in their efforts to prevent the passage of laws which would take away the liberties of the people in the United States and confiscate their property."

At the time, attorney Claude R. Yarley was re-elected chairman of the committee. [5]

In April 1950, the committee passed a resolution calling for non-partisan elections. [6]


References

  1. Web. U.Va. Law student to serve as Chair of Charlottesville Republican Party, Jenna Wichterman, News Article, Cavalier Daily, Charlottesville, May 1, 2017, retrieved May 2, 2017.
  2. Tubbs, Sean. "Without a Candidate, City Republicans Share a New Platform." Charlottesville Tomorrow News Center. 11 Sept. 2009. Web. 13 Sept. 2010. <http://cvilletomorrow.typepad.com/charlottesville_tomorrow_/2009/09/city-republican-platform.html>
  3. Web. Jackson, Hurt, Susan Allen stump at Pen Park picnic, Aaron Richardson, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, June 2, 2012, retrieved June 4, 2012.
  4. Web. Charlottesville, Albemarle Republicans to merge?, Rob Schilling, Schilling Show Blog, Jan 7 2010, retrieved 8 Jan 2010.
  5. Web. Republican Leaders Named Here, Staff Reports, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, August 2, 1938, retrieved August 2, 2016 from University of Virginia Library. Print. August 2, 1938 page 5.
  6. Web. Republicans Ask Non-Party Ballot, Staff Reports, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, April 4, 1950, retrieved June 13, 2017 from University of Virginia Library.

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