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Sweatin’ With The Candidate

1 August 2013 | 31st HOD District, Humor & Satire | 2 Comments

I saw on facebook that Jeremy McPike was going to have a campaign event at the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department tonight that was billed as “Zumba With The Candidate”, and I just wasn’t going to miss this.  I’ve never seen a candidate dress up in a spandex outfit and lead an exercise class before, […]

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Jeremy McPike Abuses Public Office

15 April 2013 | 31st HOD District | 10 Comments

You don’t have to get elected in order to abuse the public trust. Just ask Jeremy McPike.  You can do that from any position in government.
Jeremy McPike works for the City of Alexandria and is the Democrat running for the 31st House District, which is currently represented by Delegate Scott Lingamfelter.  Either he’s getting a […]

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Lingamfelter Gets NRA Award

27 March 2013 | 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics | 3 Comments

Established in 1989, the Carter-Knight Freedom Fund Award is the most prestigious honor bestowed by the NRA Civil Rights Defense Fund. Named for Harlon Carter, founding Director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, and George Knight, founder of the Fund, it was created to honor those who demonstrate exemplary support for the constitutional and […]

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Ron Paul Cultists Attack Scott Lingamfelter

6 February 2013 | RPV, 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics | 5 Comments

Scott Lingamfelter has bumped up against the folks that can’t distinguish between the principles of libertarianism and the cult of personality that surrounds Ron Paul.  In chastising Ron Paul for his recent comment of “live by the sword, die by the sword” about the recent death of a decorated serviceman, a legion of Ron Paul supporters have […]

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Lingamfelter Enters The Race

18 June 2012 | RPV, 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 23 Comments

The WashPo reports that Delegate Scott Lingamfelter has filed paperwork to run for Lieutenant Governor in 2013 and setting up an interesting case where two candidates from the same locality are vying for the same statewide office.  This certainly invites other potential candidates from elsewhere around the state to enter the race, perhaps as many as three […]

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The Clown Of The 31st District

2 November 2011 | 31st HOD District, Prince William County | 2 Comments

Ever since “used condom girl” showed up to take the reigns of the Roy Coffey campaign, I knew Scott Lingamfelter would be in good shape.  After precisely guiding the Jeanette Rishell campaign into a political smoking crater that effectively ended Rishell’s hopes of ever being an elected official, the Coffey campaign seems to be a reprise […]

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Now That Name Sounds Familiar…

15 August 2011 | 31st HOD District | 6 Comments

Delegate Scott Lingamfelter has a Democrat challenger this cycle, and it was worth looking at Roy Coffey’s finance disclosure this reporting period to try to figure out how he spent more money than he took in to leave him with only a paltry $5k or so to challenge Lingamfelter.  Part of the reason for the […]

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Lingamfelter Shoots Back At The Senate

18 February 2011 | 31st HOD District, Illegal Aliens, Crime, Virginia Senate | 24 Comments

Delegate Scott Lingamfelter responded to the deplorable actions by the Senate to stand in the way of any efforts to reduce the number of illegal aliens unlawfully present in the Commonwealth and reduce the incidence of violent crime committed by illegal aliens. When drug cartel violence has slaughtered 30-35,000 mexicans and drug cartels are […]

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The Rule Of Law Act Unveiled

29 July 2010 | 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 19 Comments

Prince William County Chairman Corey Stewart released his draft of the Rule of Law Act today, and immediately members of the House of Delegates pledged to introduce it during next year’s session of the General Assembly.  Despite the ongoing and inevitable (given the current Administration in Washington) legal wranglings that are tying up SB 1070 […]

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Lingamfelter: March On Washington!

19 January 2010 | National Politics, 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics | 9 Comments

At the end of Delegate Scott Lingamfelter’s remarks he announced that he would be drafting a letter to be signed by members of the Virginia legislature and delivered to our federal representatives, encouraging that delivery to be made by a march on Washington. Now that’s a fascinating idea! It […]

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PWDC Botches Challenge In 31st HOD District

15 June 2009 | 31st HOD District, PWCDC | 8 Comments

After winning Prince William County for Barack Obama last year, local Democrats were emboldened and began searching far and wide for candidates to run for the General Assembly in 2009. And the results? Democrats recruited challenges to Delegates Jackson Miller (the usual Jeanette Rishell, a 2-time loser) and Bob Marshall (an opponent not […]

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Delegate Scott Lingamfelter At The RPV Convention

2 June 2009 | RPV, 31st HOD District | No Comments

Delegate Lingamfelter stopped by the mini-studio at the Republican convention, and I took the opportunity to interview him. We could hardly hear each other with all the noise in Richmond Coliseum so the audio is a little iffy, but Scott talks about the Tea Party movement and the implications it […]

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Lingamfelter Proposes Registration By Party

30 November 2007 | 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics | 11 Comments

Well, at least someone out there is paying attention to the “loyalty oath” flap. Delegate Scott Lingamfelter has introduced HB20 during the legislative pre-filing period, which will adopt voter registration by party in the Commonwealth. If this is enacted, all of this silliness about pledges and oaths goes away, and still political parties […]

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Lingamfelter Gains Votes in 31st Final Count

19 November 2007 | 31st HOD District | 4 Comments

Even after Delegate Scott Lingamfelter was declared the winner of November 6th’s 31st District House race, vanquished liberal candidate Bill Day still can’t catch a break. Early returns on Election Night showed Lingamfelter defeating Day 54% to 45.79%. But when all the votes were actually counted, Lingamfelter won 55.29% to 44.46% — almost an 11 […]

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Day Campaign Goes Out with a Whimper

3 November 2007 | 31st HOD District | 11 Comments

Things seem to have have hit rock bottom over at the Day for Delegate campaign. While some campaigns are busy busing supporters and volunteers in from all over Virginia and rallying the troops for a major final push this weekend, the Day campaign has decided to launch his “November Surprise” by putting out a district-wide […]

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Is William Day Going To Jail?

25 October 2007 | 31st HOD District | 16 Comments

William Day recently sent out a mail piece that misrepresented a column that Delegate Scott Lingamfelter had written for a local newspaper on the subject of abusive driver fees as a letter to constituents. In doing so, he put Delegate Lingamfelter’s signature on this letter, and managed to run afoul of the following provision […]

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Just When You Thought The Dems Couldn’t Get More Stupid

23 October 2007 | 31st HOD District | 4 Comments

I’m hearing that William Day forged Delegate Scott Lingamfelter’s signature in a mail piece that hit mailboxes today. If this is true, there’s may be some big consequences for William Day’s campaign.
Stay tuned…

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William Day: Border Patrol A “Waste Of Money”

21 October 2007 | 31st HOD District | 35 Comments

The Fauquier Times-Democrat has an interesting policy position on illegal immigration, courtesy of William Day, who is challenging Delegate Scott Lingamfelter in the 31st District:
We have a border patrol now. It’s a waste of money…. The real issue is what are the issues that are making them come here?”
Calling any fight against illegal immigration that […]

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Shawn O’Donnell Shows Some Class

7 October 2007 | 31st HOD District, Virginia Politics | 6 Comments

William Day’s campaign manager Shawn O’Donnell has made a statement on the passing of Jo Ann Davis (who he ran aganst in her last campaign) and decided that even though Jo Ann isn’t laid to rest yet, it’s time to crank up the partisan ratchet:
Ms. Davis’ passing is sad and a tragic reminder that work […]

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William Day: This Dog Not Permitted To Hunt

5 October 2007 | 31st HOD District | 1 Comment

Bill Day seems to be on track to set an all time record for silly accusations and fabricated attacks. At Thursday night’s Fauquier Times Democrat/Farm Bureau candidates’ forum, Day committed the unthinkable—he attempted to impugn Delegate Scott Lingamfelter’s commitment to supporting veterans and servicemen and women in Virginia!
That’s right, Bill Day, the very candidate calling […]

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