Monticello Council of Republican Women
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Contacts 2019

President 
Diana Jones
703-560-3516
mcrw.va@gmail.com

​Vice-President​
Karen O’Callaghan 
571-762-3926
mcrw.va@gmail.com


​Secretary
Kathleen Kaspar-Paty 
 703-698-8052
​mcrw.va@gmail.com

​Treasurer
Dolores Hallinger-Hyser 
mcrw.va@gmail.com


Webmaster
Grail  A. Harte
703-642-6145
gbharte@verizon.net
HomeMembershipNewsEventsContacts/Links

Fairfax County GOP Committee
703 - 766-4GOP
www.FairfaxGOP.org

Republican Party of Virginia
804 - 780-0111
www.rpv.org

8th Congressional District GOP Committee 
www.va8gop.org

10th Congressional District GOP Committee
540 - 253-5017
​www.vagop10.org

11th Congressional District GOP Committee 
703 - 352-1337
www.vagop11.org
Easy Links
Did you know…? *

  • Not one Democrat either in the House or the Senate voted for the 14th amendment declaring that former slaves were full citizens of the state in which they lived and were therefore entitled to all the rights and privileges of any other citizen in that state. 

  • In 1866 Democrats formed the Ku Klux Klan to pave the way for Democrats to regain control in the elections. 

  • Jim Crow laws, poll taxes, grandfather clauses, Literacy tests, white only primaries, and physical violence all came from the Democratic Party. – See more at: Frederick Douglass Republicans 
frederickdouglassrepublican.com

From VFRW website
Who Is Your Legislator?

You can find out by clicking here:

http://www.thearcofva.org/advocacy/getting-started/whos-my-legislator/

Volunteer Hours 
What counts?

1.All non-paid campaign activities benefiting our Republican Party, candidates, and/or the Federation.
2.Campaign work done within or outside the home including mailings, phone calls, computer work, and social. Media postings or blogging.
3.Work at and/or for a special campaign event – but NOT if you attend as a paid guest OR if you are compensated for the event.
4.Attendance at (and travel portal to portal) State or National Federation Board of Directors Meeting and Conventions – as well as time spent in preparation for Federation meetings if you serve on a committee.
5.Time in session at (and travel portal to portal) municipality, precinct/ward, county, district or state party conventions.
6.Time in session at (and travel portal to portal) RNC conventions.
7.Time spent as a county, state, or national party committee member or as a temporary member, i.e. Rules Committee, Resolutions Committee, etc.
8.Campaign work at club meetings, i.e. getting petitions signed, doing mailings. DO NOT COUNT TIME SPENT IN REGULAR BUSINESS AT CLUB MEETINGS.
9.Travel from event to event – but NOT for personal stops en route.
10.Volunteering at any municipality, county, state or Federation headquarters.
11.Volunteering for a Republican candidate for a non-partisan office, e.g. school board elections.
12.Working as a poll watcher on Election Day – but NOT if you are paid.
13.Investment in a Campaign Management School, i.e. training to be a faculty member, teaching and organizing a campaign school.
14.Working on Election Day as an Election Judge or Election Clerk – but only if you turn the money you are paid over to your county party or your local FRW club.
15.Presenting campaign programs or speeches at local civic organizations.
16.Appearing on local media for the GOP cause.
17.Running for office – all time spent campaigning.
18.Time spent registering voters.
19.Hours spent as editor of a club newsletter or state newsletter and hours spent as club yearbook chairman.
20.The time of Associate members (women) volunteering for the Federation or individual clubs or GOP, i.e., working at the HQ of the Party or a candidate, putting up signs, etc. can only be counted by ONE individual club, the primary club of the member. The time of Associate members (men) volunteering can be counted in the primary club of his spouse or friend who is the members of that club.  

Other Websites of interest:  

Republican National Committee (RNC)    https://www.gop.com/  

Top Ten Conservative websites:  http://usconservatives.about.com/od/conservativepolitics101/tp/Top-Conservative-Web-Sites.htm
1.All non-paid campaign activities benefiting our Republican Party, candidates, and/or the Federation.

2.Campaign work done within or outside the home including mailings, phone calls, computer work, and social. Media postings or blogging.

3.Work at and/or for a special campaign event – but NOT if you attend as a paid guest OR if you are compensated for the event.

4.Attendance at (and travel portal to portal) State or National Federation Board of Directors Meeting and Conventions – as well as time spent in preparation for Federation meetings if you serve on a committee.

5.Time in session at (and travel portal to portal) municipality, precinct/ward, county, district or state party conventions.

6.Time in session at (and travel portal to portal) RNC conventions.

7.Time spent as a county, state, or national party committee member or as a temporary member, i.e. Rules Committee, Resolutions Committee, etc.

8.Campaign work at club meetings, i.e. getting petitions signed, doing mailings. DO NOT COUNT TIME SPENT IN REGULAR BUSINESS AT CLUB MEETINGS.

9.Travel from event to event – but NOT for personal stops en route.

10.Volunteering at any municipality, county, state or Federation headquarters.

11.Volunteering for a Republican candidate for a non-partisan office, e.g. school board elections.

12.Working as a poll watcher on Election Day – but NOT if you are paid.

13.Investment in a Campaign Management School, i.e. training to be a faculty member, teaching and organizing a campaign school.

14.Working on Election Day as an Election Judge or Election Clerk – but only if you turn the money you are paid over to your county party or your local FRW club.

15.Presenting campaign programs or speeches at local civic organizations.

16.Appearing on local media for the GOP cause.

17.Running for office – all time spent campaigning.

18.Time spent registering voters.

19.Hours spent as editor of a club newsletter or state newsletter and hours spent as club yearbook chairman.

20.The time of Associate members (women) volunteering for the Federation or individual clubs or GOP, i.e., working at the HQ of the Party or a candidate, putting up signs, etc. can only be counted by ONE individual club, the primary club of the member. The time of Associate members (men) volunteering can be counted in the primary club of his spouse.
Volunteer Hours   -   What Counts??
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