LCRC Picnic: The Hottest Campaign in Town

July 26, 2010

Despite record temperatures over a hundred Loudoun Republican faithful gathered at Foxridge park in Leesburg VA on Saturday to turn up the heat on this year's campaign season. Rep Frank Wolf highlighted the picnic with a spirited talk about the unacceptable level of national debt and deplorable human rights conditions in some parts of the world. Wolf was passionate about the need to get our national budget under control so as not to burden our children and grandchildren. He ended by urging those in attendance to work hard to send more Republicans to the statehouse next year.

Picnickers were fired up and enthusiastic about the fall election. Last year Loudoun voters sent a strong message by delivering 61 percent of the vote to Bob McDonnell, and all present looked forward to the opportunity to work for another strong victory in November.

The event was hosted by the Loudoun County Republican Committee, with Chairman Mark Sell kicking off the proceedings. "It is great to see so many die-hards here on this hot summer day. I think this shows the enthusiasm Loudoun residents have for our conservative Republican principles and bodes well for another great victory this November."

In addition to Rep. Wolf, speaking were Clerk of Court Gary Clemens, Treasurer Roger Zurn, Commissioner of the Revenue Bob Wertz, and Delegate Tag Greason. Also in attendance were Delegate Bob Marshall, Loudoun Supervisors Eugene Delgaudio (Sterling) and Lori Waters (Broad Run). Delegate Barbara Comstock also attended.

The successful event demonstrates that Loudoun Republicans are united and well organized for the campaign season.

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