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June 6, 2007

***Special Message to Delegates to the County Convention.

I need you to attend the convention on Saturday June 9. There is no proxy voting. You must be present to vote. I can not carry on this campaign without you. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. and closes at 10 a.m. If you get there later than 10 a.m. they will not issue you a credential badge.

Once you are issued the credential badge, the convention will start at 10 a.m. with rules announced and passed. Then speeches should follow for contested races which includes STERLING. Voting should begin between 11 and 11:30 a.m. and finish by 1 p.m. After voting you can leave as there will only be one ballot.

The convention will be held at the The Community Church 19790 Ashburn Road Ashburn, Virginia

These are directions to the Church along with a map of the location.

Take Route 7 West to Ashburn. Take Claiborne Parkway South exit.
At stop sign turn left onto Russell Branch Parkway.
At stop sign turn left onto Ashburn Rd. Turn right into last driveway.

>>>Party Friday Night June 8 6:00 p.m.

I have written you and many others to invite you to the next Delgaudio party Friday Night June 8. A video has been posted of the last party at on the home page.

WHEN: Friday June 8, 2007 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
WHAT: Pre-Convention Party (Pizza, Salad and Soda)
Location: Santini's New York Deli, (famous for 30 years)
46950 Community Plaza Drive in Sterling Under the Clock Tower off Route 7, opposite Chick Fil-A
Cost: free to delegates, donation requested.

>>>>June 6, 1944 We Remember D-Day Short Film Clip

Today was D-Day in Europe, and then President Franklin D. Roosevelt led the nation in prayer.


For years I have objected to the tax write of a large "non-profit" that has executives earning $500,000 to $700,000 and assets of $13 billion. A vote was held Tuesday to reaffirm the Property Tax Exemptions for the Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute (HHMRI). The Board voted 6-3 (Staton, Snow and Delgaudio opposed) to reaffirm the real and personal property tax exemptions provided for the Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute. I opposed the reaffirmation of the tax exemption because I do not believe that this property should have been exempted. HHMRI currently receives a tax exemption of over $4 million, that equates to 1/2 a penny off of the current real estate taxes.

I agree with Supers Snow and Staton there are too many seniors and families that need a tax break to be giving tax exemption to multi-billion dollar companies.


As one of my opponents goes door to door attempting to convince Sterling conservatives that he, Hidy, is a conservative like them, he neglects to tell anyone how he promoted taxpayer funded internet pornography at Loudoun Libraries as Scott York's appointee to the Library Board.

Former Delegate Richard Black says "As a member of the Loudoun County Library Board, George Hidy was a principal proponent of admitting pornography into the public libraries. However, during the 2007 legislative session, the Virginia General Assembly finally mandated Internet filtering on all public library computers.

Earlier, the U.S. Supreme Court had repudiated Hidy's view that there was a 1st Amendment right to access pornography through public library computers. This paved the way for Virginia to do what most people in Loudoun county wanted to do 10 years ago--put filters on our computers.

It took 10 years for pro-family forces to prevail after (George) Hidy and the ACLU took $100,000 in taxpayer money and gave it to Mainstream Loudoun for suing the County." (unquote from Richard Black)

I have heard Mr. Hidy and his allies promote no restrictions on pornography at public libraries and frequently gave interviews to numerous newspapers condemning "ultra conservatives" who wanted to "restrict free speech of pornographers" (SIC). Ironically these same "libertines" think nothing to steal Delgaudio signs and challenge the distribution of the American flag on the Fourth of July now a days.

This radical view is shared by few Sterling citizens. Don't expect to read in most liberal newspapers how Hidy successfully blocked efforts to restrict pornography in public libraries today. They gave him plenty of coverage when he was a Library Board member but most seem to have forgotten that he was the pornographer's champion.

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