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Meet The Real Scott York

By Greg L | 18 July 2011 | Loudoun County | 13 Comments

On Saturday there’s a convention in Loudoun County that will select nominees for Sheriff and County Chairman. Current County Chairman Scott York is seeking the Republican nomination four years after he endorsed a slate of Democrats including the nutcase Andrea McGimsey over Republicans. For some strange reason, I think Steve Stockman is going to take this guy to the woodshed for a well-deserved political thumping.

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  1. JTR said on 18 Jul 2011 at 3:50 pm:
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    Interesting. Eugene Delgaudio is endorsing Scott York this time. Both are on the BOS together, Eugene has been working with Scott for the past four years since this video was done and he must feel Scott is worthy of his endorsement. He has put out a letter restating his endorsement and specifically challenges the opponent, Steve Stockman, as a Loudoun leader who has been awol for 20 years while Scott has been fighting rising taxes and regulations. This is old sour grapes. IMO, Scott will be the Republican nominee.

  2. Sachmo said on 18 Jul 2011 at 3:54 pm:
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    The fact that Delgaudio is endorsing York doesn’t help. I think it highlights some of the problems York is going to face.

    York created this mess and he’ll have to deal with it.

  3. Greg L said on 18 Jul 2011 at 4:55 pm:
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    York has been fighting tax raises? Really. Against whom, the people he helped win in elections four years ago? I guess that explains why Loudoun has one of the highest municipal tax rates in the Commonwealth.

    York: “I voted against tax raises until I voted for them.”

  4. JTR said on 18 Jul 2011 at 5:57 pm:
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    I think if you review the record on final votes for annual budgets/taxes Mr York has a record of voting no more often than yes.

  5. Constitutionalist said on 18 Jul 2011 at 8:56 pm:
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    Anyone think that maybe Delgaudio is getting something in return for his endorsement? York basically backstabbed the entire LCRC and suddenly Delgaudio welcomes him back? Not without a price. York is now indebted to all those endorsing him. He’ll get tired of the extortion and then turn on them once again.

    Stockman is the way to go on this. He has a clean record far as I can tell and doesn’t have anyone pulling on his strings.

  6. Sachmo said on 18 Jul 2011 at 9:11 pm:
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    Stockman isn’t the answer. The LCRC is gonna get what they deserve in this one, and the choices are underwhelming to say the least.

    And to think York had this thing walking away before he started to loss his mind.

  7. skepp said on 18 Jul 2011 at 10:39 pm:
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    Do (m)any people care about Delgaudios endorsements?

  8. Anonymous said on 18 Jul 2011 at 10:47 pm:
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    The Chapman campaign is tied into Scott York, Chapman’s campaign manager ran for Congress in 2008 in New York as a candidate for the “Working Families Party” which bills itself as “New York’s most progressive party.” So how does a union collectivist from New York suddenly become a campaign manager for a Republican sheriff candidate in Loudoun County?

    Why does Chapman feel that socialists are the best people to represent his campaign, and why do we see Chapman’s campaign get in bed with York who endorsed environmentalist wacko Andrea McGimsey? BECAUSE THEY ARE A BUNCH OF RINOS! And that is putting it awfully mildly!

  9. Not Eugene said on 19 Jul 2011 at 3:11 pm:
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    Stockman isn’t up to the job, issues aside. Swing voters in November will relaize this, as they look for basic competence before positions on issues, as much as some may wish it weren’t this way. If Stockman wins in July he loses in November and takes half of the other GOP Board candidates down with him.

  10. The BulletProof Monk said on 19 Jul 2011 at 8:58 pm:
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    Not Eugene is exactly right. If York (a very popular fellow in Loudoun) is at the top of the ticket…we all win. If it’s Stockman…the whole thing crumbles. This is why we need to stop the novices from affecting this race. They could , in one sophomoric moment, re-elect another board of liberals and have to live with that for the next four years (that we don’t have)

  11. Greg L said on 19 Jul 2011 at 10:44 pm:
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    York actively helped elect a board of liberals four years ago. How could the (incredibly unlikely) possibility of Stockman doing what York has already done make Stockman the inferior candidate? Or is York’s new campaign slogan something along the lines of “Don’t vote for Stockman because he might do what I did four years ago”?

  12. The BulletProof Monk said on 20 Jul 2011 at 11:48 pm:
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    Greg, so did I. I did it to stop the insanity of the developer’s whores in those offices.
    Now, the zoning is settled, and it’s time for a return to fiscal sanity.
    Yourk dumped the developers. That’s where the hate comes from….this has nothing to do with taxes. Much like dems dumping “W” for the deficit….only to run it to three times the size “W” ever did.
    Don’t fall for the crap argument.

    Oh…hope you know the esteemed gentleman from PHC. Maybe you can find room under the bus with Eugene.

    Dear Delegates to the Republican Convention:

    I have dedicated my life to defending our Founding Fathers conservative principles, and Christian family values. These liberties are under daily assault by progressive liberals in Washington and here in Virginia who would like nothing more than to rewrite the Constitution to suit their own ends. I believe strongly in preparing the next generation to fight for US Constitution in battles at the federal, state and local levels of government.

    Right here in Loudoun County liberal Democrats have been pushing an agenda of normalizing homosexuality over the traditional family, stifling religious freedom under the guise of hate speech, and abusing the legitimate stewardship of our environment as a means of expanding their regulatory authority. Some of these liberals sit on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, and this year they must be replaced.

    Because of this, I have endorsed Scott York as the Republican nominee for Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, and his re-election in November. The Republican nomination will be decided this Saturday morning at Tuscarora High School, and I urge all friends of conservative values to attend and make your voice heard.

    Scott York a man of solid conservative principles, a deep commitment to the traditional family, and a strong advocate of educational choice. He is not new to our conservative issues, and he brings with him a record of accomplishments that I am proud to support.

    Just as important, Scott York’s nomination will enable him to lead our Republican ticket in Loudoun County to what I believe will be a conservative sweep of the Board of Supervisors in November.

    Please join me in supporting Scott York, and let’s work together to defeat the Democrat agenda of leftist socialism and moral equivalency.


    Michael P. Farris, Esq.
    HSLDA Chairman and Chancellor of Patrick Henry College

  13. Greg L said on 21 Jul 2011 at 12:06 am:
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    When I hit the “Scott York a man of solid conservative principles” I had to choke back a really bad taste in my mouth. That is utterly ridiculous, as this video evidences very clearly.

    I understand the development issue quite well, being in a county where Republicans generally did much better on land use issues than their counterparts in Loudoun. Had the discussion in this video actually addressed that, I might be somewhat receptive to an argument along those lines. York doesn’t do that. He just endorses a bunch of leftists.

    Actions have consequences. York is about to learn that lesson.

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