Virginia Federation of Republican Women

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The VFRW congratulates its 2017 Republican Ticket:

Ed Gillespie for Governor, Jill Vogel for Lt. Governor and John Adams for Attorney General.


Julie Coggsdale - Statewide Director, Women for Ed Coalition (This is VFRW’s own Julie)

RPV Victory Offices

  • Chantilly: 14504 Lee Road, Chantilly 20151
  • Chesterfield: 9415 Hull Street Road, Richmond 23236
  • Dale City: 5409 Mapledale Plaza, Dale City 22193
  • Henrico: 10170 Staples Mill Road #C, Glen Allen 23060
  • Leesburg: 302 Industrial Court Southeast, Leesburg 20175
  • Springfield: 6367 Rolling Mill Place #102, Springfield 22152
  • Virginia Beach: 2955 Virginia Beach Blvd #105, Virginia Beach 23452 (757-486-2382)

Ed Gillespie for Governor

  • Public Safety Plan - Ed has specific plans to make our Commonwealth safer for all Virginians.
    Click here for several highlights.

  • Plan for Veterans. Improve career opportunities, Enhance military and veterans voices, Support our military and their families, Caring for our veterans, their families, and more. Click here to view all goals.

  • Ed Discusses Broadband as Critical Infrastructure: The challenge for Virginia’s next governor will be to expand broadband to areas that do not have access and increase speeds in areas that do have access.  In the 21st century, Virginians must have access to broadband.  Ed will not just plan and evaluate the current state of connectivity in Virginia, but act to prioritize and fund broadband deployment throughout the Commonwealth.  Ed’s 5-point action plan includes financing, taking responsibility, lessening the regulatory burden, local and regional partnerships, and providing transparency/accountability/Urgency. 
    Click here to read the details of this plan. 

 


Jill Vogel for Lt. Governor

  • Coming soon

 


John Adams for Attorney General

  • Seven Questions Answered by John Adams. In a summer edition of Style Weekly, Claire Guthrie Gastanaga, executive director of the Virginia ACLU, proposed seven questions that Virginia voters should consider when deciding which attorney general candidate they would support. When I saw these questions I felt compelled to answer, as she is correct that these are important questions that voters in Richmond and across Virginia should have answered. Below are my thoughts on each question posed.
    Click here to read and/or print.

  • John Adams' Statewide Substance Abuse and Overdose Crisis Policy Proposal. The Attorney General, working closely with law enforcement to prosecute enforcement actions in a range of areas impacting our citizens, has a critical leadership position in fighting the drug overdose crisis in our communities. John Adams has identified three elements for a successful strategy to fight this epidemic.
    Click here
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