With the nomination method still up in the air, The Republican Party of Virginia’s (RPV) Chairman Rich Anderson continues to work with members of the State Central Committee (SCC) to find a compromise. After Amanda Chase’s lawsuit against RPV was dismissed in court today, the party is left with a convention that isn’t really possible due to COVID-19 restrictions. The SCC has yet to find a change that meets the threshold of 75%, the number necessary to alter the party plan.
You can read an in-depth look at what caused the committee to be in the situation here.
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