Gary Aminoff, president of the San Fernando Valley Republican Club, blamed gerrymandered districts in California for making it hard to recruit strong GOP candidates, even as the party muscles up to try to cut into the Democrats' majorities in Congress in the November election.
What does SFVRC stand for?
SFVRC stands for San Fernando Valley Republican Club (California)
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- San Fernando Valley State College (Northridge, CA; now California State University, Northridge)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Gary Aminoff, president of the San Fernando Valley Republican Club, said he hopes Democratic complacency will help Republican candidates snatch a few seats tonight.
Steve Kuykendall, a member of McCain's California Leadership Team, was in the Valley speaking to a meeting of the San Fernando Valley Republican Club in North Hills.
While they do not endorse candidates in the primary, Larissa Nelson of the Ventura County Republican Party said Smyth ``seems to be a great candidate,'' and Gary Aminoff, president of the San Fernando Valley Republican Club, said ``many of the members of the (group) individually support Cameron Smyth.