Sayre Rigged the Convention

Establishment party boss Scott Sayre is trying to cheat and rig our convention. Fight back by electing Jack Wilson temporary chairman and voting NO on Sayre.

Scott Sayre's Swampy Behavior

Establishment Party Boss Scott Sayre has a long history of swampy behavior and fighting the conservative grassroots. He rigged the convention rules, gave one candidate an unfair advantage, banned media coverage, and is under investigation for multiple federal campaign finance violations. Is this who you want as your leader? Read more by clicking on each picture.
Rigged Convention Rules

Rigged Convention Rules

Favoring One Candidate

Sayre tried to rig convention rules to favor one Congressional candidate over another. The Republican Party of Virginia overruled Sayre's attempt to hijack the rules as against the State Party Plan.

Under Federal Investigation

Under Federal Investigation

Three FEC Complaints Allege Illegal Activity

Sayre is named in three federal complaints, two alongside Cynthia Dunbar, alleging illegal and swampy activity, from not filing reports, to making illegal contributions.

Banned the Media

Banned the Media

Transparency Under Attack

Sayre's rules committee banned journalists from reporting live from the convention floor so conservative grassroots don't know what is going on. He doesn't want delegates hearing other viewpoints.

Wasted GOP Money

Wasted GOP Money

Spent Half of Budget on "Speaking Fees"

Sayre let Sixth District ally Cynthia Dunbar spend half the district's budget on "Speaking Fees" for her friends. With money wasted, there was not enough funds for grassroots materials like flyers and yard signs.

Candidate on Corporate Payroll

Candidate on Corporate Payroll

Sayre Put Candidate on Company Payroll

Sayre's company, Sayre Enterprises, paid Congressional candidate Cynthia Dunbar thousands of dollars. The potentially illegal arrangement resulted in an FEC complaint.

Delegate List Scandal

Delegate List Scandal

Candidates Received Data Before Others

Sayre refused to fairly release delegate lists to all campaigns at the same time. His campaign received lists a month before opponent. Took no action when Dunbar's campaign received early access.

Overruled by RPV

Overruled by RPV

Swampy Behavior Comes Under Attack

Numerous attacks on delegates and violations of party rules forced RPV to try and clean up Sayre's swampy behavior.

Disenfranchising Republicans

Disenfranchising Republicans

Sayre's Lieutenants Boot Republicans

Sayre's hand-picked credentials committee allowed his preferred candidate to launch baseless challenges against loyal Republicans' right to vote.

Swampy Rules Thrown Out

Swampy Rules Thrown Out

Sayre's Swampy Rules Need Cleanup

Sayre's hand-picked rules committee banned children from the floor, prohibited campaigning, and disenfranchised loyal Republicans.

Invited Delegate Slating

Invited Delegate Slating

Strategy is Throwing Republicans Out

Sayre's hand-picked credentials committee allowed one candidate to falsely accuse Republicans of being Democrats. Credentials report could be slated.

Attacking Loyal Republicans

Attacking Loyal Republicans

Banned 50 Year GOP Leader

Sayre's allies attempted to ban a loyal Republican who fought for the party for 50 years since the days of Goldwater and who once served as RPV's executive director.

Plunged Convention Into Chaos

Plunged Convention Into Chaos

Swampy Behavior Embarasses Party

The "alarming" problems with the convention have made it a national embarrassment. Sayre created this chaos and mistrust with his swampy behavior.

FEC Complaint #1

FEC Complaint #1

Potentially Illegal Arrangement

Swampy Scott Sayre put Congressional candidate Cynthia Dunbar on his payroll. Critics slammed the move as an illegal contribution in complaint to FEC.

FEC Complaint #2

FEC Complaint #2

Failed to File Reports

Swampy Scott Sayre hasn't reported any receipts or expenses since 2016, as required by law. He faces an FEC complaint for failing to report as required by federal law.

FEC Complaint #3

FEC Complaint #3

Potentially Illegal Contribution

Sayre owns a corporate defense contracting company which is legally prohibited from giving money. Whistleblowers say he made an illegal contribution under federal law.