What Do You Know About the Republican National Convention?

Joe Legaspi
April 2, 2016

What Do You Know About the Republican National Convention?

In the coming months, the Republican Party will nominate a candidate to run in the general election against a candidate  chosen to represent the Democrat Party.  There are other parties, of course, but this will be the key race.

Between district and state conventions, the process for selecting the nominee is a bit more complex than you might intuitively think.  From now until the Republican Party of Virginia Quadrennial Convention (29-30 April 2016), learn as much as possible and get involved in the process.

In this episode, Bruce Goodson takes us through the process that will decide who will represent the Party in the general election for President of the United States.

A successful businessman, Bruce is a citizen Virginian who has served his community faithfully for many years in multiple capacities.  And he’s not done yet.  He has thrown his hat into the ring to be an elected delegate at the National Convention for our congressional district and the Commonwealth of Virginia in June of this year.

Check out these links for more information about Bruce Goodson:

On Bruce’s civil service career and accolades.

On Bruce’s support for a Presidential Candidate.

On Bruce’s run for Commissioner of Revenue.

Contact Bruce at bruce@goodson.org.

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