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Greg Letiecq recorded the debate. Here is his video. Letiecq has the video and some commentary here. Bristow Beat summarizes the debate in this story:Brentsville Supervisor Debate Highlights Distinctions between Candidates. In this story, Local Republicans Revoke Scott Jacobs’ Membership in their … Continue reading
Can you imagine a special election scheduled to take place on December 23, 2014? That is just two days before Christmas, but here in the Brentsville District of Prince William County, we will have one. Will anyone pay any attention? Well, … Continue reading
Susan Stimpson, the past Chairman of the Stafford County Board of Supervisors, and a candidate last year for Lt. Governor, is like any other Conservative these days. She busily tilts at what some think windmills. Are her battles pointless and unprofitable? I cannot … Continue reading
There are several candidates in the race to replace Wally Covington as Brentsville District Supervisor. These include: Jeanine Lawson (R) Scott Jacobs (R) Don Shaw (D) As this article observes, No election yet, but Brentsville campaign signs still stir controversy, no election … Continue reading
In our day we are sadly caught in a trap generations the making. That’s one reason on Saturday we nominated the Republican Party’s Establishment candidate. Ed Gillespie, a former advisor to Mitt Romney and chairman of the Republican National Committee, has been … Continue reading