Become a Delegate

Thank you for your interest in attending the Convention as a committed member of Team Obenshain! The convention will be held on May 18th at the Richmond Coliseum, but before that, it will be necessary for you to file as a delegate at your local Republican committee’s mass meeting. (Click here to read an open letter from Mark on the convention process.)

In order to help us guide you through the process, please fill out all the information below. It is very important that we have complete and accurate information so that we can properly guide you through becoming a delegate. The name and address you provide should match what is on your voter registration card, and you must be a registered voter in Virginia at the time of the convention.

Whether this will be your first convention or your tenth, please fill out the form below today to commit to being an Obenshain delegate in 2013! I promise you this: it will be a convention to remember!


 

 

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  • Kicking off National Night Out at Court Square in Harrisonburg this evening before heading over to Front Royal for their National Night Out festivities and family night at the Warren County Fair! #VASen26
    Posted Tue, Aug 04.

  • I was in Strasburg this evening to meet with the local Powhatan Ruritan Club. I discussed our efforts in the General Assembly to combat the pervasive problem of human trafficking, as well as the recent lawsuit attacking Virginia’s commonsense voter ID law, which I sponsored in 2013.I’m looking forward to continuing my travel across the 26th District as I meet with voters and discuss the issues that are important to the residents of the Shenandoah Valley. Tomorrow night, I’ll be in Harrisonburg for “National Night Out” before heading over to Front Royal for the Warren County Fair.
    Posted Mon, Aug 03.

  • I had the honor of starting out the day in Dayton this morning for their annual Muddler race. This event supports our local Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Virginia Wounded Warriors Program. The profound sacrifices made by the men and women of the Shenandoah Valley were honored in a special way this morning.From there, I joined Delegate Steve Landes and Bridgewater Mayor Hallie Dinkel at the grand opening of Bridgewater’s new farmers market where I couldn’t resist picking up a peanut butter pie!
    Posted Sat, Aug 01.