Guest Post by Dottie Miller The Prince William County race for School Board Chairman At-Large has become rather confusing for some who aren’t sure who the Republican candidate is. To be clear, that candidate is Tim Singstock; he is the GOP-endorsed candidate for that office. Despite some misinformation to the contrary, Tracey Conroy is not… More GUEST OP-ED: Tracey Conroy is not the GOP-Endorsed Candidate
Prince William Commonwealth’s Attorney Paul Ebert has raised just over $200,000 for his reelection so far. Most of his contributions have been well under $1,000 (although he has a few $2,000 donors). However, on Sept. 25 — just before the Sept. 30 fundraising deadline, Ebert received a single contribution in the amount of $30,000 from… More Is $30K The New Going Rate To Buy A Commonwealth’s Attorney?
Op-Ed from Zell Milliband of Hanover County in response to the Virginia Right post “How Bill Janis Lost My Support In The Virginia Senate Race”: I have only been in politics for several years, but I have never seen or heard of a political conversion as sharp and as stark as that of Tom White.… More Op-Ed: Janis has been a consistent in a profession with a flighty reputation
Disgraced former Prince William County assistant planning director Ray Utz (a.k.a. The PWC Planning Post Perv) can now add convicted sex offender to his pedigree after being found guilty of two of the four charges against him. On the first count of indecent exposure (GC14014821-00) Utz was found guilty, sentenced to 30 days which was… More PWC Planning Post Perv Found Guilty on Two Counts – UPDATED
We’ve been covering the saga of former Prince William County assistant planning director Ray Utz (a.k.a. The PWC Planning Post Perv) since the story broke last November about his “extracurricular activities” that resulted in his arrest and four criminal charges against him (two for indecent exposure and two for simulated masturbation). To no one’s surprise, this… More Will the PWC Planning Post Perv Finally Show In Court Tomorrow?
Here’s some advice for aspiring candidates — don’t just email every website you can find asking for their endorsement. My name is Joe George and I am currently running for the Neabsco District’s position on the PWC School Board. I am seeking endorsements from various groups and am interested in hearing what is important for… More The Dangers of Cold Emailing For Endorsements
An Examination of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office 2014 Budget Guest Post: Sally Mann Sheriff Chapman has implied on his Facebook page, in the Washington Post and in public forums that although he was forced to revise his 2013 budget, he has since “returned” that extra $4.3+ Million he was given by our Board in… More Figures don’t lie, but liars figure
Former Prince William County assistant planning director Ray Utz was arrested Nov. 19 and charged with four counts — two for “indecent exposure” and two for “simulated masturbation.” Details on the case can be found here and here. Utz was set to be arraigned Dec. 2 on all four charges and was scheduled to have a… More Justice Delayed Once Again in PWC Planning Post Perv Case
Meet the Republican nominee for Woodbridge Dist. Supervisor, Steve Chapman, who was endorsed by Board Chairman Corey Stewart in today’s GOP firehouse primary.
By Tom Whitmore Remember if you want truly effective government that serves the citizens well, you must Vote based on Performance not Personality. Don’t be roped into another “There you go again” moment! -PWC has the highest county taxes in NOVA, period. They are among the highest few in Virginia. The PWBOCS tries to lull… More GUEST POST: 5 Reasons Not to Vote for Prince William Board of Supervisors Incumbents this Primary
I guess “maverick Republican” means a Republican who voted for Obama. Scoggins says he’ll remain in the Republican Party despite his vote for Obama. “I’m not going to be driven out by people who shouldn’t be in the party in the first place,” he says. “Blacks looked up to the party when it was the… More Ummm… Yeah. Not quite, Don…
There’s a four way fight for the Republican nomination to replace Walter Stosch in Virginia’s 12th District. Former Delegate Bill Janis seems to be the candidate with the largest bullseye on his back given his past representation in part of the district and being the only candidate with elected experience. Vince Haley is making some… More File Under “For Real?” In Virginia’s 12th
Guest Post by Tom Whitmore The State of the County a Factual Review of Prince William County The Prince William Board of County Supervisors paints a rosy picture of the state of PWC. Let’s take the tinted glasses off and look from a factual perspective. Over the past decade our county has drifted into a… More GUEST POST: The State of the County – A Factual Review of Prince William County
This Saturday, Prince William County Republicans will choose their nominees in a series of firehouse primaries across the county. When they arrive, they’ll be asked to sign a statement of intent which simply says, “hey, you are choosing to participate in the Republican nominating process so it’d be nice if you’d pledge to support the… More Steve Chapman worries non-Repubicans might walk away from Republican Firehouse Primary on Saturday
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From Facebook: Since 2006, we’ve watched with growing admiration (and sometimes shock) as the former die-hard has moved from naysayer to pragmatist. . . . He’s shown a willingness to bend, to grow and to improvise Those words alone, which Stewart wholeheartedly embraces on his own campaign website, are the very reasons why Corey needs… More Corey Stewart Highlights Editorial Endorsement That Should Drive Conservatives Away From Him
Arlington Circuit Court Judge Paul Sheridan ruled Friday that Prince William County Republican incumbents Corey Stewart (Board Chairman At-Large), Maureen Caddigan (Potomac Supervisor), Marty Nohe (Coles Supervisor) and Glen Hill (Sheriff) are not entitled to their choice of a primary for their method of nomination because County Republican Committee Chairman Bill Card did not file… More Why PWC GOP Incumbents Don’t Have A Leg To Stand On With Their Lawsuit
This just in, the Prince William County Board of Elections has denied a request from a handful of Republican candidates to be included on the June 9 state primary ballot after the PWC GOP missed the Feb. 24 filing deadline with the State Board of Elections to request primaries in those races. Some of those… More DENIED!
You may recall former candidate for Virginia Delegate Steve Chapman’s disastrous 2006 campaign. We certainly do. In fact, going back through Virtucon’s archives, we’ve found some photos from his kick-off event: And more here: And who could forget him seeking “sponcers” for his campaign? Or him missing the filing deadline to run? That was a… More Steve Chapman Rides Again!
Whitbeck tells Stimpson that RPV doesn’t involve itself in Primaries and Primaries shouldn’t drag RPV in… More Whitbeck Slams Stimpson Campaign
Gerald Geddes wrote this wonderful email on this Martin Luther King Day, making it clear that he will not be a candidate for office. Many in NOVA exhaled in relief . Happy MLK day, My Dream, Tax help, Open House 2/5/15 View this email in your browser I am rededicating myself to my tax… More Breaking : Geddes will not be a Candidate for office in 2015
Prince William County government. Gotta love it if for nothing other than the entertainment value. Want to find out more about it? Head on over to the county government’s official website at pwcgov.org. What’s that you say? I mistyped their web address? It should be pwc.gov? Well, one would think so, but apparently no one… More What’s Up With PWC’s Web Domain Address?