The following message from Del. Scott Lingamfelter originally appeared on his Facebook page and is republished here with his permission: I’ve been thinking…. Yesterday was a very rewarding and humbling one for me personally. Earlier this year, I had not planned to attend the Virginia GOP convention in Roanoke, besides it was scheduled on our… More Del. Lingamfelter Puts Out a Calls for New Leadership
Gee, think the Democrats are getting antsy about their chances tomorrow? Just get a load of what the DPVA is doing according to Del. Scott Lingamfelter who received a robocall from them last night. About 25 minutes ago (7:24 PM 3 November) the Democratic Party of Virginia dropped a robo-call (that they said they paid… More DPVA Calls Del. Lingamfelter, Tells Him Cuccinelli SUPPORTS Obamacare and Public Financing of Abortion
We’ve already told you about Democrat candidate for delegate Jeremy McPike’s involvement in an unfolding pay-to-play / political corruption scandal in the City of Alexandria where he is the Director of General Services. You may remember Willie Deutsch’s extensive coverage of his firing of an African-American man who blew the whistle on these activities that… More Jeremy McPike’s Neighborhood Thugs
We’re in the closing weeks of heated campaigns for Governor and the House of Delegates and what do we find? Campaign door hangers around Prince William County. But these aren’t for candidates. VDOT is out campaigning for this highly controversial road at the same time that Ken Cuccinelli, Tim Hugo, Scott Lingamfelter, Rich Anderson, and… More VDOT Teaming Up With McAuliffe Against Cuccinelli And GOP Delegates?
The following endorsement does not necessarily reflect the views of other contributors here on Virginia Virtucon. I speak only for myself. I remember meeting Scott Lingamfelter in 2001 at the Prince William County Fair when he was running for delegate the first time. It was a three-way Republican primary and he wasn’t supposed to win.… More Why I Support Scott Lingamfelter for Lt. Governor
From the “those who know them best” department… May 13, 2013 Dear Friends: This election is very important — too important for me to sit on the sidelines. It would have been easy to let others decided who will be our Lt. Governor nominee. At this convention we must get it right. Therefore, I am… More Prince William County Tea Party Member Endorsement of Scott Lingamfelter
The Honorable Scott Lingamfelter currently represents the 31st HOD. Delegate Lingamfelter is campaigning to run as the Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in this state’s fall election. Scott graduated from VMI with a BA in History in 1973, whereupon he was commissioned in the US Army (artillery) and served for 28 years retiring as… More Interview With LTG Candidate Hopeful — Scott Lingamfelter
“I marveled at how this great Virginian, this great man stood up for me and all small family farmers — going toe to toe with powerful lobbyists, state senators and others. The other side called him every name in the book, but not once did Scott waver in his core beliefs, his principles, or in… More Martha Boneta and Scott Lingamfelter: Standing Against the Tide of Liberalism
RPV has been hammering hard calling for Terry McAuliffe to release his tax returns. Susan Stimpson, candiddate for Lt.Governor agrees. Stimpson has released a press release in which she has made her tax returns available and has called on all candidates seeking state-wide office this year to do the same. “Everyone wants transparency in government.… More What is Terry Hiding?
Congressman Allen West served with Scott Lingamfelter in the Army and has now endorsed his friend for Lt. Governor. As a well known conservative, West’s endorsement is a big one for the Lingamfelter campaign. Scott has also been endorsed by another well known conservative, Senator Dick Black. Congressman West’s endorsement may be found here.… More Congressman Allen West Endorses Scott Lingamfelter for Lt. Governor
Del. Scott Lingamfelter is a decorated combat veteran, a retired U.S. Army colonel, and candidate for lieutenant governor. He’s an energetic, positive force in Richmond, with a well-deserved reputation for leadership. I admire and respect him and his service to country and Commonwealth. However, I am disappointed by the divisiveness of his latest public statement.… More Lingamfelter Wrong on the Liberty Caucus
Jeannemarie Davis has “won” both of Virtucon’s polls on the LG race. First, the good news for her… Whom Do You Support To Be The GOP Lt. Gov. Nominee In 2013? Jeannemarie Davis 31.88% (895 votes) Pete Snyder 26.68% (749 votes) Steve Martin 21.41% (601 votes) Susan Stimpson 6.34% (178 votes) EW Jackson 5.06% (142… More Davis “Wins” Both Virtucon LG Polls
Legislation protecting the property rights and individual liberties of farmers will be the subject of a press conference January 8 at 11 a.m. in House Room 1 of Richmond’s historic Virginia State Capitol. Virginia’s Right to Farm Act (VRFA) was intended to protect the rights of Virginians to engage in something that is fundamental to… More Lingamfelter Adds Teeth to Farm Freedom with Boneta Bill
The already crowded field for 2013 Lieutenant Governor candidates just got a little more crowded. I am told by a close friend who is a huge fan of E.W. Jackson that the bishop held a conference call today for a large group of supporters. On this call Jackson announced that, in response to a groundswell… More Bishop E.W. Jackson Set to Announce Bid for Lieutenant Governor
For the period of 1/1/12 – 6/30/12 Governor: Bill Bolling — $983,239 Starting Balance $962,061 Raised $1,479,100 Cash On-hand Ken Cuccinelli — $0 Starting Balance $922,846 Raised $627,337 Cash On-hand Also of note in the LG race: Corey Stewart — $0 Starting Balance $430,048 Raised $401,090 Cash On-hand Del. Scott Lingamfelter declared his candidacy just… More 2013 GOP Gov. Cash Hauls
First there was PWC Chairman Corey Stewart, who had the field for LG in 2013 all to himself for months. Then fellow PWC resident Del. Scott Lingamfelter formally joined the race. Then state Sen. Steve “Not The Wild And Crazy Guy One” Martin quickly followed. On June 23, 2012 GOP Senate candidate Jamie Radtke stated… More GOP 2013 LG Candidates’ Facebook Race
Del. Scott Lingamfelter has made it official and filed his papers to run for Lt. Gov. in 2013. He joins fellow PWC GOPer Corey Stewart in the race.
As if using 20 year old photos on web sites and yard signs to mislead the voters wasn’t sad enough, State Sen. Linda “Toddy” Puller has managed to stoop to a new low on her campaign homepage. Who does Puller feature on her website? Gov. Bob McDonnell and Del. Scott Lingamfelter, both of whom have… More More Toddy Puller Photo Duplicity
Delegate Scott Lingamfelter Endorses Jeff Frederick in 36th District Primary Woodbridge, Virginia (August 15, 2011) – Delegate Scott Lingamfelter (R31 – Prince William and Fauquier) along with State Senate Candidate Jeff Frederick today issued this joint statement regarding Lingamfelter’s endorsement of Frederick for the Republican nomination in the 36th State Senate race. “I am proud to call on… More Scott Lingamfelter Endorses Jeff Frederick
(NOTE: This post will be updated as new reactions come in. These statements are arranged in the order they were released.) First up, VA Gov. Bob McDonnell: Statement of Governor Bob McDonnell on Federal Health Care Ruling
So the Washington Post has an editorial today discussing the potential repeal of the “One Gun a Month” law. And by discussing, I mean pontificating with scare tactics: Because if Mr. Lingamfelter’s bill is enacted, here’s what police and prosecutors expect: Crack dealers in New York will pay 21-year-olds with no criminal records to buy… More One Gun a Month Repeal