Mark Sell elected Chairman of the LCRC

I just walked back into the house after the family’s first go at geocaching (more on that in a later post) and I saw an e-mail saying that the results are in from the LCRC party canvass held today. Outgoing Chairman Glen Caroline announced that Mark Sell has been elected as the new Chairman of the LCRC:

Loudoun County Republicans voted in great numbers today at the Loudoun County Republican Party Canvass held at Belmont Ridge Middle School. The Loudoun County Republican Committee (LCRC) order of business for the day was the election of Mark Sell as the Committee’s Chair for the next two years.

“I am pleased to announce Mark Sell as the next Chairman of the LCRC,” Outgoing Chairman Glen Caroline reported. “The LCRC is united behind Mark Sell and we remain focused on the 2010 Congressional election and the extremely important 2011 Loudoun County races. The almost 1,000 voters in today’s party canvass is a strong indication that the Republican Party continues to surge in Loudon County.”

LCRC Chairman Mark Sell noted, “Today’s canvass for Loudoun County Republican Committee Chairman was a tremendous victory for our Party and for the conservative principles and committed base that are the source of our strength. The robust turnout, the exceptional enthusiasm for our cause it represented, and the unity and comity that were evident even in the midst of a competitive campaign are already building a powerful surge of momentum for Republican wins in 2010, 2011, 2012 and beyond.”

My congratulations to Mark Sell for his victory.

My applause also for Candace Strother in her efforts to win the election. We need good people to stand forth and put those efforts forward to continue our path as an energetic, dynamic force in American politics. It is my hope that we can count on her again down the road.

Finally, my heartfelt thanks to former Chairman Glen Caroline. We accomplished much in his 2 years of tenure at the helm and it was done at a very critical time for the Commonwealth and the nation. Best of luck to him in his future endeavors.

For now, let us see what the new Chairman has in mind for the next 2 years.

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