Welcome to the Republican Party of Norfolk

tomYou have found the home of the Norfolk Republican Party and we're glad that you're here! The Republican Party has a long tradition of championing the rights of the individual over the power of government, promoting the entrepreneurial "can do" spirit of the American people and believe that all who come here should have an equal opportunity to earn their own piece of the American dream. But recently, those ideas and freedoms have been under attack by an over-regulating and over-reaching government in Washington, D.C. whose bureaucrats think they are better able to make decisions that effect your day-to-day life. tomssigIf you believe that the American dream and your personal freedoms are still worth fighting for, then you're in the right place-and please accept my invitation to explore our website, learn what the Republican Party of Norfolk is really all about and feel free to join our party.  

 

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Mark Warner and the 97%

Self-described “radical centrist” Senator Mark Warner claims that he listens to all sides before he votes-with Barack Obama and in fact, he voted to support President Obama’s agenda an astounding 97% or the time. Mark Warner can’t run on his record, instead he likes to run from it.

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Are You Better Off Now?

When President Obama ran for President in 2008, he won Norfolk with ease. In the 2012 election against Republican challenger Mitt Romney, President Obama carried Norfolk by an overwhelming 72%. It should also be pointed out that under Barack Obama’s administration, poverty in Hampton Roads has increased 13.3%. In January 2013, NAACP President and CEO…

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Toyota Says Goodbye to California

In a coup that will leave California Governor Jerry Brown asking himself “why,” car maker Toyota has decided to pack up theri U.S. headquarters in southern California and move the entire operation to Plano, Texas. According to Forbes Magazine, California has become infamous with business executives and owners there not only for high tax rates…

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Minimum Wage Debate Over-for Now

Washington, D.C. Lawmakers in the Senate today voted down one of President Obama’s proposals to increase the minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $10.10 per hour over the next 30 months. The vote fell short of the 60-vote super-majority needed to advance the legislation. The Republican position is that raising the minimum wage would…

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