No matter where I travel in Virginia and in every email or phone call that I receive from fellow Republicans, the message is always the same: After enduring a dysfunctional state party and heavy electoral setbacks over the last two years,
It’s Time to Fight and Win Again.
Congressman Rob Wittman (R-VA-01) gets it and has served Virginia’s 1st Congressional District and our nation with distinction since 2007. He is my friend of more than 40 years, since that long-distant summer of 1978 when we first met each other as members of Bravo Company of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.
That’s why I’m proud to say that Rob has given me his unequivocal endorsement in my run to serve as Chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia. Rob’s endorsement is the first of many by distinguished Virginians throughout the life of our campaign.
But the most cherished endorsements that I have are the words of support and encouragement I’ve received from grassroots Republicans from every corner of Virginia who want to see our party thrive and win again.
Thank you to Congressman Wittman for his trust and confidence, and thanks to all of you who cherish the promise that the Republican Party of Virginia can once again be the pathway to restoring good government in Virginia and preserving our God-given Constitutionally-protected liberties.
I’m as close as your phone or keyboard, so reach out in these ways:
- Email us at [email protected]
- Call my home at 703-730-1380 or my cell at 703-282-9653
- Friend us on Facebook at www.RichAnderson.com/DelegateRichAnderson
- Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/DelRichAnderson
- Sign up at www.RichAnderson.com to vote for us at the RPV State Convention.
Rich Anderson is a native Virginian, grassroots Republican volunteer for the last 12 years, retired 30-year Air Force colonel (1979-2009), former member of the Virginia House of Delegates (2010-2018), and candidate for RPV Chair (2020). He and his wife Ruth, a retired 21-year Air Force lieutenant colonel and former member of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, live in Woodbridge. They have been married for 34 years, are the parents of three children, and have seven grandchildren.