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McCain Unveils Virginia Leadership Team

Tim Craig

Arizona Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, announced today the members of his Virginia "grassrooots leadership team," who will oversee voter identification and get-out-the-vote operations in each of the state's 134 jurisdictions.

Under McCain's organizational structure, each of Virginia's 95 counties and 39 cities will have a designated chairperson who coordinates local campaign activities, including recruiting volunteers.

"We are organized and enthusiastic about getting John McCain's positive message to Virginians," said Bobby Lee May, the chairman for McCain's efforts in Buchanan County, which is located in Southwest Virginia. " John McCain will help protect coal miners' jobs and our Second Amendment rights. We believe that John McCain has been tested and is the best person to lead our country in these times as we continue to need strong, proven leadership."

Later today, U.S. Reps. Thelma D. Drake, Eric Cantor and Rob Wittman, all Republicans, will hold a press conference in Washington to discuss McCain's plans for lowering the price of gas in Virginia.

McCain's full Virginia leadership team can be found below.

Congressional District Chairs

Susan Stimpson, 1st Congressional District

Terrie Suit, 2nd Congressional District

Seth Ginther, 3rd Congressional District

Jason Gray, 4th Congressional District

Tucker Watkins, 5th Congressional District

Mike Meredith, 6th Congressional District

Jasen Eige, 7th Congressional District

Michelle Presson, 8th Congressional District

Israel O'Quinn, 9th Congressional District

Randy Minchew, 10th Congressional District

Mike Thompson, Sr., 11th Congressional District

Virginia County Chairs

Accomack County
Wilbur Bowden

Albemarle County/City of Charlottesville
Christian Shoenewald

Alleghany County/City of Covington/City of Clifton Forge
Loren Newman

Amelia County
Eva Scott
Mary Alice Williams

Amherst County/City of Amherst
Steve Witham

Appomattox County
Terri Conrad

Arlington County
Mark Kelly

Augusta County
Lynn Mitchell
Bill Shirley

Bath County
Dr. Andrew Jones

Bedford County/City of Bedford
Kevin Corwin

Bland County
Jerry Thompson

Botetourt County
Kathy Terry

Brunswick County
Elaine Cogsdale

Buchanan County
Bobby Lee May

Buckingham County
Dale Lewis

Campbell County
Laverne Smith
Gene Smith

Caroline County
Jeff Sili

Carroll County
Raquel Lyons

Charles City County
Pat Meyer

Charlotte County
Ed Early

Chesterfield County
Jack Wilson
Donald Williams

Clarke County
Kay Gunter

Craig County
Lynelle Bishop

Culpeper County
Gary Close

Cumberland County
Carter Harrison

Dickenson County
Donald Baker

Dinwiddie County
Honorary Lisa Caruso

Essex County
Blake Slusser

Fairfax County
Pat Herrity

Fauquier County
Jim Fisher

Floyd County
Valencia Kurek

Fluvanna County
Doug Johnson

Franklin County
Bill Stanley

Frederick County/City of Winchester
Dave Stegmaier

Giles County
Barbara Stafford

Gloucester County
John Walsh

Goochland County
Nick Howard

Grayson County
Dawn Cox

Greene County
Gary Lowe

Greensville County/City of Emporia
Woody Harris

Halifax County
Mike Freshour

Hanover County
Rusty McGuire

Henrico County
Frances Boswell

Henry County/City of Martinsville
Brenda Campbell

Highland County
Jan Saxman

Isle of Wight County
David Willis

James City County
Joe Mann

King and Queen County
William Rilee

King George County
R. Allen Webb

King William County
John Hubbard

Lancaster County
Joan Blackstone

Lee County
Gary Parsons

Loudoun County
Glen Caroline

Louisa County
John Darden

Lunenburg County
Adam Erby

Madison County
John Tucker

Mathews County
Michael Lowe

Mecklenburg County
Bill Thompson

Middlesex County
Lee Davis

Montgomery County
Dale Dye
April Whitehurst

Nelson County
Jim White

New Kent County
Jane Ladd

Northampton County
Gary Byler

Northumberland County
Jeanne Kling

Nottoway County
Bob Wheeler

Orange County
Doug Rogers

Page County
Charles Butler, Jr.

Patrick County
Beth Stanley

Pittsylvania County/City of Danville
Brenda Bowman

Powhatan County
Ray Kramer

Prince Edward County
Brian O'Connor

Prince George County
Dan Robinson

Prince William County
Davon Gray

Pulaski County
Angie Hall

Rappahannock County
Terry Dixon

Richmond County
Debbie Harper

Roanoke County
Trixie Averill

Rockbridge County/City of Lexington/City of Buena Vista
Bob James

Rockingham County
Mike Meredith

Russell County
Dollie Compton

Scott County
April Begley

Shenandoah County
Mike Monahan

Smyth County
Jeffery Hutton

Southampton County/City of Franklin
Teresa Preston

Spotsylvania County
Nancy McNamara

Stafford County
Steve Apicella

Surry County
Earl Hall

Sussex County
Tom Davin

Tazewell County
Sherman Cain

Warren County
Lisa Mauck

Washington County
Israel O'Quinn

Westmoreland County
Robert Fountain

Wise County/City of Norton
Ranessa Jessee
Ga ry Hileman

Wythe County
Margaret "Maggie" Poole

York County
Doug Meade

Virginia City Chairs

Chris Marston, City of Alexandria
Joyce Kistner, City of Bristol

Christie Craig, City of Chesapeake

John Wood, City of Colonial Heights

Rick Herrington, City of Fairfax

Shayam Menon, City of Falls Church

Mary Landgrebe, City of Fredericksburg

Brandon Boyles, City of Galax

Kyle Adams, City of Hampton

Kerri Wilson, City of Harrisonburg

Phil Justice, City of Hopewell

Doug Leavitt, City of Lynchburg

Anthony Kostelecky, City of Manassas

William Wren, City of Manassas Park

Peyton White, City of Newport News

Chris Woodfin, City of Norfolk

Lauren Barboza, City of Petersburg

John Anderson, City of Poquoson

Lee Kalley, City of Portsmouth

Chris Obenshain, City of Radford

Bryan Rhode, City of Richmond

Cortland Putbrese, City of Richmond

Adam Boitnott, City of Roanoke

Greg Habeeb, City of Salem

Anne Taetzsch, City of Staunton

Steve Trent, City of Suffolk

Ken Golden, City of Virginia Beach

Karen Beauchamp, City of Virginia Beach

Chris Darden, City of Waynesboro

Richard Hill, City of Williamsburg

By Tim Craig  |  July 24, 2008; 11:01 AM ET
Categories:  Election 2008/President , Tim Craig  
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