The Fairfax GOP will hold its next general meeting (virtually) on Monday, December 8 at 7:30 PM.
All Republicans are welcome to attend general meetings (you don’t have to be a member, although we’d love for you to officially join our committee).
The December 8 meeting will focus on the 2020 election, and look ahead to 2021 (a big year for Virginia).
The Fairfax GOP launched a “Goya Food Drive” over the weekend, with more than 200 items already collected as of Sunday, July 12. The drive will run through Sunday, July 19, after which all items will be donated to a local food bank. Left-wing agitators called for a boycott of Goya Foods after CEO Robert Unanue hailed President Donald Trump’s Hispanic Prosperity Initiative, which aims to expand educational options and economic opportunities for Hispanics nationwide.
As a reminder to our members and volunteers, the Fairfax GOP office is closed until further notice, in order to maintain “social distancing.” The Fairfax GOP itself, however, remains online — please stay in touch through email and social media (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter). And if you’re not getting our weekly e-newsletter, which arrives every Monday at 6:00 AM, please click here to sign up
Steve Knotts will succeed Tim Hannigan as chairman of the Fairfax County GOP. Mr. Knotts was elected by acclamation at Saturday’s Fairfax GOP Convention, which drew more than 100 attendees.
Mr. Knotts, who until Saturday’s convention served as the Fairfax GOP’s Sully Magisterial District chairman, hailed the outgoing county chairman for modernizing the organization
For those who haven’t yet registered, the official call for the Fairfax GOP Convention and filing forms for prospective delegates are available in PDF format on the Fairfax GOP website and the Republican Party of Virginia website
Author and former school teacher Maria Keffler will reveal the extent of social experimentation now being conducted or considered in the region’s schools — for all grade levels — at Tuesday’s meeting of the Fairfax GOP