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Dems Get A Choice In Woodbridge

By Greg L | 8 June 2007 | PWCDC, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Yes, Woodbridge Democrats, you get a primary, too. There’s Hilda Barg’s anointed successor Frank Principi.  Then there’s George Delimba, a former PWCDC Chair much reviled for what he did to the local party when masquerading as it’s leader. The race between Frank Principi and George Delimba can pretty much be summed up in the warring letters to the editor in the Potomac News.  From today, we have this letter about Principi as Hilda Barg’s sock puppet:

Frank Principi describes himself as a Conservative Democrat, but when you look at his voting record over the past six years it outlines that he is indeed a conservative — a conservative who has not voted in a single Democratic primary. Yet he does and has voted in the Republican primaries.

How can a man who in the past voted in Republican primaries suddenly call himself a Virginia Democrat?

The only thing Woodbridge will get from Frank Principi is Hilda Barg’s proxy vote in the supervisor seat. We, the residents of Woodbridge need a full abdication of Hilda Barg’s reign in Woodbridge.

Delimba comes to the race as a two time failure in his bid for the House of Delegates, having been crushed in 1995 and 1999.   In 2003, as chairman of the PWCRC, Delimba was involved in a scandal where the slate of candidates was blatantly fixed for the Dumfries Town Council, and then whined in a letter to the editor in the Potomac News that those who loudly complained weren’t “true Democrats”.  The infighting that resulted ensured at “Team Democrat” lost in the succeeding election by roughly a twenty point margin.

So Woodbridge Democrats, rejoice.  You have a choice between someone who is going to pander to developers just as Hilda Barg has, or a power-hungry perennial loser with questionable ethics.

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  1. Matt said on 8 Jun 2007 at 1:22 pm:
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    Amen brother.

  2. Patty said on 8 Jun 2007 at 1:55 pm:
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    Is there a capable republican running for Barg’s seat? Now would be a good time for a republican to replace Barg. I should say a candidate who is willing to do something about illegals. I know someone who lives in Barg’s district and the illegal alien problem is out of control there.

  3. Greg L said on 8 Jun 2007 at 2:28 pm:
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    Chris Royse is the Republican nominee for Woodbridge Supervisor, and I think he’s an excellent candidate.

    You can visit his website at http://www.chrisroyse.com

  4. James Young said on 8 Jun 2007 at 4:01 pm:
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    I guess I’m confused. There are those commenting here who suggest that Democrats voting in GOP primaries is not a serious problem. Yet here we have Principi who, according to Delimba, is [currently claiming to be] a Democrat who has voted in Republican primaries. Maybe it’s not a serious problem, but clearly, it happens.

    I wouldn’t make the mistake of claiming this specific instance proves the general concern is valid, but for the fact that those who pooh-pooh such notions always demand examples.

    Of course, there the same type of people who demand that those who would hold the line on taxes offer spending “cuts” (really, merely smaller increases), and then find an excuse to attack such examples.

  5. Anonymous said on 9 Jun 2007 at 11:06 am:
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    James, I can’t believe folks actually take what DeLimba says for face value based on his past track record.

  6. Bryanna said on 10 Jun 2007 at 12:46 pm:
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    There is a strong trend with voters to disregard a candidates party in local elections but remain firmly committed to a party for a national election. With that said, if Royse’s campaign continues to be well organized and funded, he WILL win in November.

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