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Tim Hugo: Working For Us

By Greg L | 20 September 2011 | Fairfax County, Virginia House, Prince William County | 2 Comments

Some of you up in Gainesville that used to be in Delegate Bob Marshall’s district are now in the 40th House District which is ably represented by¬†Tim Hugo. You’ll find that Tim is one of the easiest legislators to get in touch with and is a public servant who is highly dedicated to constituent service. Finding someone in his district with a personal story to tell about how Tim helped them with an issue important to them is about as difficult as hitting the ground with a rock. To top it off, Tim’s a solid conservative who serves as the leader of the House Republican Caucus so not only does he get things done, he gets the right things done.

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  1. Harry said on 20 Sep 2011 at 4:44 pm:
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    I recently had some interaction with Tim Hugo (”Tim” at his insistence). He is a very strong and capable leader, and someone we should all work to keep in office. Too many politicians put the County first. Not Time Hugo, he a real champion for the citizens he represents. From school children to business owners, Tim Hugo is the guy who will stand up for you. I’ll be doing whatever I can to help him this year. He’s what we need more of in local politics.

  2. Joe Doc said on 22 Sep 2011 at 3:33 pm:
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    Two questions:

    1. How do I get a Hugo bumper sticker?

    2. For years I gladly placed Bob Marshall signs throughout his district. But now that he’s no longer my delegate, I’m not sure what to do with a bunch of his signs I’ve been storing in my garage. Can someone tell me where I can take them so Bob can put them to use?

    Thanks in advance.

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