Join Us  for our
October Meeting
to be held at  a new location:
Alexandria Renew Enterprises
6th Floor Semonian Board Room
1800 Limerick St., Alexandria, VA 22314
Thursday, October 24th
7:00 p.m. Social
7:30 p.m. Program

Speaker:  Lisa K. Van Riper, Director 
Enterprise Communications
Alexandria Renew Enterprises

Topic:
An Introduction to AlexRenew and its Operations & Plans
to
Ensure a Sustainable Water Future for Alexandria
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Check out what our neighboring club 
George Mason Republican Women 
is doing this summer.
Vote for DUTCH on Nov 5!




Samuel “Dutch” Hillenburg
GOP Nominee for Virginia Senate District 39 

Shown speaking at the September 2019 CRWC meeting.  His platform includes supporting small business development, prioritizing Virginia-resident student admissions at our public colleges and universities, capping traffic toll fees, and increasing support for veterans. 

Check out his Facebook Page and Website
Send Donations to:
FRIENDS OF DUTCH HILLENBURG
PO Box 46, Clifton, VA 20124

Senate District 39 encompasses a large portion of Alexandria’s West End including the following precincts:
Cameron Station
Beatley Library
Patrick Henry
James K. Polk
Temple Beth El
Tucker School
Olympus Condo
Senate Dist. 39 Map Link
Nearby Republican Nominees for House of Delegates 
 Who Need Our Help
Steve Adragna For Delegate -- 42nd District
D.J. for Delegate

P.O. Box 2382
Woodbridge, VA 22195

571-310-5955
Campaign@VoteDJ.com
 https://votedj.com/
DJ Jordan For Delegate -- 31st District
Friends of Steve Adragna

P.O. Box 7133
Fairfax Station, VA 22039-7133

703-944-0100
Info@SteveAdragna.US
https://www.steveadragna.us/
Absentee Voting Has Begun:
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Our Speaker: Lisa Van Riper

Lisa Van Riper is Director of Communications at AlexRenew, the water resource recovery facility for Alexandria, Virginia and parts of Fairfax County. She created the communications department, established an outreach practice, and led the rebranding of AlexRenew as Alexandria’s Water Transformers. Van Riper was also Assistant Vice President, Communications at University of Richmond. She led development of a digital marketing strategy, and oversaw two website redesigns. She was the founding Assistant Vice President of Public Affairs at CarMax, establishing its communications practice. At CarMax, she led grand openings and store marketing, and got CarMax named a Fortune 100 Best Company to Work For. The teams Van Riper has led have won almost 50 awards. She is Vice Chair of the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) Strategic Communications Committee, a cheer mom for her daughter’s cheer team, and provides assistance to those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
CRWC Members Jump Into Races as Write-In Candidates
 for Virginia's General Assembly 
To Give Moderate and Conservative Voters a Choice




Hazel Anne Miller, Senate District 30 
Republican Write-In Candidate

Better known by her nickname "Susie", she is a retired realtor who grew up in Alexandria, lived around the country, and returned here with her husband to be near their daughter and grandson. She is a Vice President of the Commonwealth Republican Women’s Club (CRWC) and a member of the Alexandria Republican City Committee (ARCC) and the Republican Women’s Federal Forum. 

Senate District 30 includes parts of Alexandria, Fairfax, and Arlington Counties.
Senate District 30 Map Link



Peter Benavage, Senate District 35 
Republican Write-In Candidate

"Pete" is a retired US Naval Flight Officer who was raised in Alexandria and continues to call it home. He is the President of Seminary West Civic Association and was very active in advocating to ‘keep four lanes’ on the recent controversial Seminary Road configuration issue. He is a member of Alexandria Republican City Committee (ARCC) and an Associate Member of the Commonwealth Republican Women’s Club (CRWC). He received his Master’s Degree from Pepperdine University and his Bachelor’s in American History from Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA.

Senate District 35 includes parts of Fairfax, Alexandria, and Falls Church
Senate District 35 Map Link
See info below on four CRWC members who are running write-in campaigns for the Virginia General Assembly in the 
November 2019 election.  Absentee voting is already underway!
Eileen Marie Brackens, House of Delegates
District 45 
Republican Write-In Candidate

She is a retired Executive Assistant to an Executive Board member of a large labor union. She grew up in Alexandria and received her Master’s in Business Administration with a major in Finance from Marymount University. She is a member of St. Rita Catholic Church,  the Alexandria Republican City Committee (ARCC), and the Republican Women’s Federal Forum. Eileen has served as the President of the Commonwealth Republican Women’s Club (CRWC) for the past two years.

House District 45 includes parts of Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax.
House of Delegates District 45 Map Link

Gerald Chandler, House of Delegates
District 46 
Republican Write-In Candidate

He is a retired engineer, an avid world-traveler, and a cyclist (who doesn’t own a car, yet advocated to ‘keep four lanes’ on Seminary Road). He is often found at the Republican table at Farmer’s Markets in Alexandria and has volunteered on numerous campaigns to help Republican candidates at the local, state, and national level. He is a member of the Alexandria Republican City Committee (ARCC) and an Associate Member of the Commonwealth Republican Women’s Club (CRWC).

House District 46 is located in part of Alexandria.
House of Delegates District 46 Map Link

These write-in candidates are not officially endorsed by the Republican party, and are not raising or spending campaign funds.
Come learn about these important environmental issues.
Note: For write-in votes to count, the circle next to the name must also be filled in. Make sure your vote is counted!
Richard Hayden For Delegate -- 44th District
Friends of Hayden for Delegate

P.O. Box 90651
Alexandria, VA 22309
Contact@haydenfordelegate.com  
www.haydenfordelegate.com  
​703.967.8147
District Map at https://www.vpap.org/offices/house-of-delegates-44/redistricting/   

Fairfax County, (outside Alexandria City limits) – Belle Haven, Hybla Valley, Fort Hunt, Mt. Vernon, etc.

Help Virginia's  House and Senate Keep a Republican Majority!  
This November 2019, all seats in the Virginia House and Senate are up for election.  

Please vote to help Republicans maintain the majority in both houses!
Virginia’s legislative branch is called the General Assembly. It is composed of the Senate (with 40 elected Senators) and the House of Delegates (with 100 elected Delegates). Each voter is represented by a Senator and a Delegate. Senate and Delegate voting districts are different and overlapping – it can be confusing at first. Please see the maps linked here on this page or go to www.vpap.org to find the district maps for each senator and delegate position. To find your own personal district map based on your address, go to https://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/  

Every Senate seat and Delegate seat is up for election this November 5, 2019. Help Republicans keep the majority in both houses of the legislature so we can avoid the extreme liberal agenda of the Democrats! Vote for all Republicans you see on the ballot, and write-in Republicans when there are none on your ballot!