Thursday, February 27, 2014

York County Republican Committee Mass Meeting


Make sure you preregister to attend the York County Republican Committee’s (YCRC) Biennial Mass Meeting to elect the Republican Committee membership and chair, for the next two years!

Tuesday evening March 25th: I encourage you to make a small investment of a few hours of your time to help ensure your voice is heard through the YCRC over the next two years!

Mass Meeting Time and Location: Grafton High School/Middle School Auditorium, 405 Grafton Dr., Yorktown, VA 23692, starting at 7:30 PM. Registration starts at 6:00 PM.

Attached is the Official Pre-Registration Form to print and complete, OR you can visit the YCRC website at for the same form and more information about the Mass Meeting and the Committee.

Pre-Registration Filing Deadline: 5:00 PM, local time, Saturday, March 8, 2014. Filing forms and filing fees sent by U.S. Mail MUST BE received by the filing deadline. POSTMARKS DO NOT GOVERN. YCRC will not take responsibility for lost or delayed mail that does not reach the Committee by the above deadline. Mail form and checks to: YCRC | P.O. Box 1654 | Yorktown, VA 23692

God Bless,
David Phillips


Dear York County Citizens:

WE are principled, God fearing citizens who want to see York County’s Government restored to one that serves it’s citizens and not it’s bureaucracy?

WE must stand together with other such principled citizens of York County by attending the Republican Mass meeting to elect the new Members and Chair of the York County Republican Committee, YCRC.  

WE must put aside any previous bad experiences and disappointments with the YCRC, because the current committee membership will dissolve on March 6th, and the registered voters of York County – YOU and ME – will elect new Membership and a Chair, March 25th, to serve for the next two years!

WE have the Opportunity and Responsibility to elect this New Leadership and a New Membership, which you can be a part if you choose. We can reestablish a Principle focused Committee to work together and follow the Republican Creed and the YCRC Mission, stated below.

WE must begin the process to preserve the freedoms our founders fought to establish right here in Yorktown!

WE need to elect God fearing, Diversity inclusive, Fiscal conservatives to represent us and then hold them accountable with our voice through the YCRC!

WE must reduce the size of our oversized, overreaching county government, and bring back a smaller government that serves the People and not itself!

There is a candidate running for YCRC Chair who holds to the principles and convictions I have mentioned. However, I’m not asking you to vote for the candidate of my choice, but for you to show up on March 25th and vote for the leader of your choice who will lead and best serve York County citizens.
Please don't let the apathy and past disappointment that got us into the situation we are in currently, and don't let others succeed in deterring you from this very important opportunity and responsibility to participate by casting your vote!

God Bless,
David Phillips

York County Republican Committee Mission Statement:

The purpose of the York County Republican Committee is to:
1. Promote and promulgate the principles of the Republican Party
2. Encourage qualified Republican candidates to run for public office
3. Conduct mass meetings of Republican voters as required
4. Elect Republican candidates to public office.

Virginia Republican Creed States:

We believe that:
The free enterprise system is the most productive supplier of human needs and economic justice
All individuals are entitled to equal rights, justice, and opportunities, and should assume their responsibilities as citizens in a free society
Fiscal responsibility and budgetary restraints must be exercised at all levels of government
The Federal Government must preserve individual liberty by observing constitutional limitations
Peace is best preserved through a strong national defense
Faith in God, as recognized by our Nation’s Founders, is essential to the moral fiber of the Nation

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