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Delgaudio tops 2,000 supporters

August 22, 2003

Sterling Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio's (Rep.) re-election campaign topped the 2,000 supporter mark this week. Delgaudio is wrapping up door-knocking in his second Sterling District precinct, personally knocking on an estimated 2,856 doors. He plans to have his volunteers join him soon as he visits all five.

"Residents are responding to the new Sterling police station to fight crime, and new traffic lights, signals and road improvements to ease congestion," said Delgaudio. "Being the only candidate opposing density packing 30,000 new residents into Sterling, the only candidate in the race supported by Sheriff Steve Simpson and the only candidate supporting tax relief for homeowners helps, too."

Senator George Allen (R-VA) agrees. "Supervisor Delgaudio has set the standard for attention and responsiveness to his community and constituents. Whether its using the Internet for two-way communication or setting up one-on-one meetings with Sterling residents, Eugene Delgaudio works year-round to know what is going on in our community and how best to represent his constituents," said Allen in an endorsement statement.

In addition to fighting density packing, tax hikes and crime, Delgaudio has also proposed to the Board of Supervisors that Loudoun County adopt residential overcrowding controls like those in place in Herndon to stop the practice of housing numerous individuals in one home.

While Delgaudio has been knocking on doors for his re-election for only a few months, he has been visiting Sterling residents in-person and surveying them on important issues since voters elected him to the Board of Supervisors in 1999. You can reach him at home at 703-421-4599, on the Internet at www.Eugene2003.com or by e-mail at EugeneDelgaudio@erols.com, where he also sends out regular e-mail updates.

Joining Allen and over 2,000 declared Sterling residents in supporting Delgaudio are Congressman Frank Wolf, State Senators Bill Mims and Russ Potts, Delegates Dick Black, Bob Marshall, Gary Reese, Joe May and Tom Rust, along with Sheriff Steve Simpson, County Treasurer Roger Zurn and Clerk of the Court Gary Clemens, all of whom have previously endorsed Delgaudio.

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