There is an opening on the Prince William County School Board in the Woodbridge Dist. due to the resignation of Denita Ramirez who stepped down on account of a new job offer. The school board will now begin the process of selecting a replacement who will serve until the seat can be permanently filled at… More Appoint Chris Royse To The PWC School Board
Word is spreading quickly that elected officials and conservative activists are courting Chris Royse, two-time candidate for Woodbridge Dist. Supervisor, to run for Chairman of the Prince William County Republican Committee. If these rumors are correct and Chris decides to enter the race, he will have my full support. Royse has the knowledge and organizational… More Rumored! Royse To Run Republicans?
Gov. Bob McDonnell Endorses Chris Royse for Woodbridge Supervisor Prince William County, VA – Woodbridge Supervisor Candidate Chris Royse today announced that he has received the endorsement of Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell in his bid to represent the Woodbridge District on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. Gov. McDonnell stated, “I am pleased to… More McDonnell Endorses Royse For Woodbridge Supervisor
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics finds that Prince William County was tops in Virginia for job growth between March 2010 and March 2011 and third NATIONALLY during this same period. This is largely attributable to the business-friendly climate fostered by the Republican-majority Board of Supervisors led by Chairman Corey Stewart and stalwart conservatives on the… More PWC #1 in VA, #3 in U.S. for Job Growth
When candidates of either party decide it is time to run on guns and abortion as their main issues, you know they’re desperate and are still trying to rally their own base. That is exactly where Democrats find themselves today less than two weeks out from Election Day. How bad is it? Well, even Barbara… More Democrats’ Dying Gasps Of The 2011 Campaign
This just hot off the State Board of Elections campaign finance report web site. Woodbridge Supervisor Frank Principi raised $14,075 during the month of September and spent $12,226.97. He still has an outstanding loan of $5,807.82. His ending Cash On-Hand is $8,976.46. Compare that with Chris Royse who reports having raised $20,457.41 during the month,… More Royse Outraises Principi for Woodbridge Supervisor; Enters Final Weeks With 2-1 Cash On-Hand Advantage
Come spend some time this Saturday afternoon along the Potomac with Governor George Allen supporting Chris Royse’s campaign for Woodbridge Supervisor. Saturday, October 15 · 12 – 2pm Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant and Crab House 1510 Cherry Hill Road Dumfries, VA 22026 $25 per person / $40 per family More details here.
Prince William County Woodbridge Dist. Supervisor Frank Principi – a.k.a. The Clown Prince of Woodbridge – is sending out ridiculous fundraising emails spouting such drivel as: My 2007 opponent, who ran against me and the vision of a New Woodbridge, is back and is working harder than ever to derail our efforts to make Woodbridge… More Get Ready for a REAL “New Woodbridge” after November 8th!
LEADERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE OF WOODBRIDGE CHRIS ROYSE Please Join Members of the Prince William County Board of County Supervisors at a Meet and Greet with the next Supervisor from Woodbridge, VA When: Friday, September 30, 2011 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Where: Brixx Woodfired Pizza 14900 Potomac Town Plaza Woodbridge, VA… More Come Meet The Next Woodbridge Supervisor, Chris Royse, This Friday!
VPAP has the latest campaign finance filings for Prince William County. Here are some interesting nuggets: Chairman’s race – Corey Stewart holds a more than 2-1 cash on-hand advantage ($217,246 to $102,491) over Babur Lateef going into the final six weeks of the election with independent John Gray a non-factor with just $884 in the bank. The… More Interesting Findings In The Latest PWC Campaign Finance Reports
With JFCOMs official disestablishment ceremony complete, it can now be revealed that Woodbridge Supervisor candidate Chris Royse has been working since January to bring AFRICOM’s potential new headquarters to Woodbridge. It is a perfect location for a joint-command located right between Quantico MCB and Fort Belvoir with two nearby VRE stations for commuter rail to… More Chris Royse Working On Bringing AFRICOM’s New HQ To Woodbridge
Chris Royse is running for the Woodbridge Dist. seat on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. If there is any place in the county that has been lacking leadership and direction the past four years, it is here. Woodbridge and the county need Chris in this seat, which is why we are doing a… More Help Us Wish Chris Royse, Woodbridge Supervisor Candidate, A Happy Birthday!
(H/T BVBL) Chris is going to make an outstanding addition to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. He has the potential to be for Woodbridge what Rudy Giuliani was for New York City — the right person at the right time with the right ideas. His website is now live as well, coinciding with… More Chris Royse Off And Running!
Chris Royse will formally announce the kickoff of his campaign for the Woodbridge Supervisor seat on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) on June 21, 2011 at 1:30 PM in the lobby of the McCoart Government Center immediately preceding the BOCS meeting. What: Chris Royse to Announce Campaign Kickoff When: June 21, 2011 1:30… More Royse Rolls Out 2011 Campaign Model On Tuesday
Chris Royse will announce to the Prince William County GOP at their monthly meeting Monday night, June 13, that he will be running for Woodbridge Supervisor against incumbent Frank Principi. A formal campaign announcement is expected the following week. Chris narrowly lost to Principi 4 years ago in a four-way free-for-all. Several factors at play… More Chris Royse To Run For Woodbridge Supervisor