Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair; the rest is in the hands of God.

— George Washington


FAQ

About the Virginia Project

What is the Virginia Project?

The Virginia Project is an infrastructure-building and information-distribution intiative intended to even the playing field for Republicans, who are pitted against an organized and modernized Virginia Democratic Party which has learned to maximize turnout effectively.

How can I help?

Please see the How You Can Help page for a great many options as to what you can do to help carry out the plan.

I work with the party already, what can I do?

At this time the most important thing to do is recruit, recruit, recruit. Please send notice of any party vacancies - district chairs, precinct captains, executive boards - and we will seek to find appropriate individuals to fill them.


About the Plan

What do you intend to do?

We intend to end hard-left Democratic rule on an ASAP basis. See the mission statement for the outline of the plan.

Why are you doing this?

When the election results came in this year [November 2019], it became obvious that business that needed to be done to keep Republicans competitive in the state of Virginia was not being done. The results of this business not being done were unacceptable, because some of us who have lived under hard-left state governments, and know that what is coming will not be pretty. [Update June 2020: what has already happened.]

There are millions of Virginians who need to be protected from a crazy and dangerous Democratic Party. Standing idle while ruin manifests itself upon my friends is not an option.

Why should we follow this plan?

We waited for years and no one came up with a plan. Now there is literally nothing left to lose - all statewide offices, and full control over the legislature, belong to the Democratic Party. We do not even have a speed bump, to slow down a hard-left Governor with rubber stamp legislators to smooth his way.

This plan may not be the best of all possible plans, but it's a good plan, there are no better options on the table, and continuing on with no plan is not a reasonable path forward. This is a straightforward plan with clear need and clear benefits that can be achived cost-effectively.