Come out and vote for Ted Cruz in your ONLY opportunity to select the Republican Presidential Nominee in the District of Columbia. Any registered Republican in the District can vote between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM for both the Presidential Nominee and convention Delegates.

Make sure your voice is represented at an historic GOP convention!  Vote for the Constitutionalist slate.  We stand for opportunity for all, favoritism to none, and:

  • The principles of our Constitution – federalism, the separation of powers, and the Bill of Rights;
  • Property rights, minimal regulation, free markets, and a level playing field;
  • Limited government with no official preferences for special interests – stimulating innovation, economic growth and a flourishing middle class.

Voting takes place from 10:00AM to 4:00PM on Saturday March 12 at the Loews Madison Hotel 1177 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

Join the Facebook Group HERE for voting reminders and updates through March 12!


Your delegate candidates are:



Boyden Gray is former White House Counsel (George H.W. Bush), founding director and vice-Chairman of Washington Scholarship Fund and a long-time member of Friends of Choice in Urban Schools (FOCUS) Board.  He also served as ambassador to the European Union.

Christina Culver Camp closeupChristina Culver is President of EdNexus Advisors, a DC based technology consulting firm. She was candidate for DC City Council in 2008 and is an 18-year DC resident.  Christina was a US Department of Education Assistant Secretary (George W. Bush) and an early advocate for school choice in DC and nationally, and is a board member for Washington Latin and Living Classrooms, an environmental education non-profit for children in DC and Baltimore.

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Chris Siddall, a 25-year DC Ward 1 and 2 resident, is a management consultant to leaders of large enterprises, government agencies, and DC-based non-profits.  Founding Chairman of America’s Future Foundation (AFF), Chris has supported multiple DC and national elections and directed US Government election assistance across Europe and Asia.
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Bridgett Wagner is a 30-year resident of Capitol Hill, and directs coalition relations for the Heritage Foundation.  She serves on the boards of the Foundation for Government Accountability, University of Dallas, and the State Policy Network, the leading capacity-building organization for America’s free market, state-focused think tank community.
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Steve Wagner, also a 30-year resident of Capitol Hill, heads QEV Analytics, a DC small business.  He also heads a non-profit supporting persecuted Christians in Syria and throughout the Middle East.  A veteran of the Reagan, Bush (41) and Bush (43) administrations, Steve directed the USG’s anti-human trafficking programs (HHS) and the faith-based initiative at HUD.  He is currently on the DC Advisory Committee of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission.