Srilekha Palle Elected Vice Chair of 11th District GOP

News Release | Fairfax GOP

Srilekha Palle, a rising star in Northern Virginia’s GOP, was recently elected vice chairwoman of the 11th District Republican Committee. “I am honored and excited to take on this new role,” Palle said today. “Virginia’s 11th Congressional District is absolutely vital to the long-term health of the GOP statewide. We are fortunate to have a great candidate in Jim Myles; I look forward to getting out the vote for Jim this November.”

11th District GOP Chairman Mike Ginsberg welcomed the news of Palle’s election. “She has been a candidate, a senior leader in the Fairfax GOP, and a driving force behind the party’s outreach efforts,” Ginsberg noted. “I am thrilled she is willing to serve as 11th District GOP vice chairwoman and bring this experience to bear in the committee’s efforts this year and in election cycles to come.”

In addition to her new role in the 11th District GOP, Palle will continue to serve as vice chairwoman of the Fairfax GOP, where she leads efforts to engage voters who traditionally have not voted Republican. As part of the Fairfax GOP’s outreach, Palle regularly hosts a Facebook interview series known as “Conversations that Count.” Palle’s recent guests have included legendary educator Vern Williams and even Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears.

Fairfax GOP Chairman Steve Knotts congratulated Palle in a statement issued today. “Srilekha has been a tremendous asset to the Fairfax GOP,” Knotts said. “I have no doubt that she will help revitalize and expand our party across the 11th Congressional District as well.”

Virginia’s 11th Congressional District includes all of Fairfax City and most of Fairfax County. To learn more, visit

The Fairfax GOP is the Republican Party of Virginia’s largest political unit. Follow us on Twitter: @FairfaxGOP.

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