32nd District GOP Meeting to Elect Nominee for Senate

32nd District Republicans will hold a mass meeting at 7:00 PM on Monday, June 10, in the Fairfax County Republican Committee office (4246 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia 22030).

The purpose of the meeting is to nominate a Republican candidate for the office of State Senator to run in the general election scheduled for Tuesday, November 5.

Only Republicans in the 32nd State Senate District can participate in the mass meeting. The Fairfax County precincts in the 32nd State Senate District follow:

Dranesville District: El Nido, Haycock, Kirby, Longfellow, Mclean, Pimmit, Westhampton, Westmoreland

Hunter Mill District: Armstrong, Flint Hill, Floris, Reston #1, Reston #2, Westbriar, Dogwood, Hunters Woods, Reston #3, Glade, South Lakes, Hughes, Wolftrap, Sunrise Valley, Fox Mill, North Point, Aldrin, Stuart, Cameron Glen

Providence District: Freedom Hill, Magarity, Tysons, Rotonda

Sully District: Hidden Meadow, Oak Hill, Navy, Vale, Waples Mill, Chantilly, Armfield, Difficult Run, Lees Corner

The 32nd District also includes parts of Arlington County.

Click here to see if you live in the district; click here to read the official call.
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