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Frank Wolf Retires

By Greg L | 17 December 2013 | Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Manassas Park, Manassas City, US Congress, Prince William County | 10 Comments

Frank Wolf has announced he will not seek re-election in 2014, which is guaranteed to kick off quite a contest to see who the Republican nominee will be.

Does Barbara Comstock have this locked down, or will there actually be a contest?  We’re going to find out pretty soon.

UPDATE: Dick Black is looking at a run for this seat, which would be fascinating.  He’s got a solid record and has performed very well in the Virginia Senate.  What makes this even better is that it would be likely that Republicans could hold this Senate seat if Black is successful, which might not be the case with several other rumored candidates.

UPDATE 2: Keith Fimian, who narrowly lost to Gerry Connolly in the 11th District during the Republican wave election of 2010, has announced he intends to run as well.

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  1. D. Bowman said on 17 Dec 2013 at 6:06 pm:
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    After 34 years, I wonder if he’s just had enough of the rat race, or sees a serious threat to losing his seat?

  2. Scout said on 17 Dec 2013 at 9:52 pm:
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    I thought he aspired to the 1st District seat. Didn’t he try to run for Congress there just a few years ago?

  3. Anonymous said on 18 Dec 2013 at 7:46 am:
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    Pete Candland lives in Black’s Senate District…….he could fill in that spot when everyone shifts.

  4. Not Harry F. Byrd said on 18 Dec 2013 at 11:51 pm:
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    Scout, aren’t you thinking of the 17th State Senate district? I seem to recall him moving there back in 2003. Or was that the 28th. I forget which. The man loves running for office!

  5. Anonymous said on 22 Dec 2013 at 12:56 am:
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    Scout is correct. Black was a candidate for the GOP nomination at the infamous 13 hour+ 1st Dist. convention in 2007 to pick a nominee to run in the special election to replace Jo Ann Davis who died in office.

  6. Not Harry F. Byrd said on 23 Dec 2013 at 12:05 am:
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    My bad, Anon! Good to know.

    Didn’t Black attempt a move to the 17th back in 2003? I could have sworn he did something in that area that year. Memory could be fuzzy though…

  7. Robert L. Duecaster said on 23 Dec 2013 at 1:00 pm:
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    Question: How could Fimian run as representative for Wolf’s district if he lives in Connelly’s?

    And good riddance to Wolf. He and his good buddy Davis from Fairfax, as well as Senator Allen, did absolutely nothing to oppose the great Illegal Alien Invasion of the last decade, and by not opposing the Invasion, encouraged it. I’ve got nothing but comtempt for all of them.

    I think Mark Wolfe of Manassas City should go after the seat. Most of the electorate is so stupid they’d think they’re still voting for Frank.

  8. Cynic said on 23 Dec 2013 at 5:22 pm:
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    RLD - On illegals - They had a “duty and responsibility” to make their positive contributions to - Wage Suppression - That’s Citizens Wage Suppression!

  9. Scout said on 24 Dec 2013 at 11:19 am:
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    To Mr. Duecaster: There is no requirement that a Congressional candidate or Congressman live in the district he represents. As a matter of political practicality, it probably is an advantage (or, conversely, a disadvantage to live elsewhere). But if I, who live in the 11th, wanted to run against Eric Cantor, I would not be disqualified because of my domicile (there is a requirement that one live in the same state, however).

  10. Jon Charles said on 5 Feb 2014 at 12:10 am:
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    Here’s the Daily Caller opposition research packet on Barbara Comstock

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2014/02/04/heres-the-opposition-research-packet-on-barbara-comstock/#ixzz2sQ86OgB7

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