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Vote Absentee By Mail Or In Person!

October 25, 2007


I am again going to be at Santinis this Saturday at 10 a.m. and hope tosee you there if you can come. Of course, I see many citizens atSantinis all day Saturday and daily also. I offer to buy you a bageland coffee on Saturday.


Thank you for keeping your orange Delgaudio signs up. Or for keepingyour sticker on your car. There are desperate people tearing them downfrequently. And there are friends of my opponent who advocate that allDelgaudio signs be torn down frequently.

Or they steal the sign. Or they stick another cause or slur over the Delgaudio sign.


All of these frequent attacks on private citizens and the invasions ofprivate property go on with one goal. To make it harder for voters toexpress their free speech rights as Americans. Its anti-American andanti-freedom.

Some liberals want to shove a sock in the mouth of any citizensupporting me. And they have done this to hundreds of private homesover and over again.

I condemn the vandalism. And I ask all supporters to take heart and notallow the attempt to silence you to succeed. Most citizens, of allpolitical persuasions, equally condemn the rampant vandalism.


It will not succeed in its goal. You and I shall prevail. Together.

Hundreds of houses have the orange Delgaudio signs on their lawns inspite of the attempt to force mind-control over the entire population.


Some liberals in the news media have begun their frequent stories andeditorially cast the Democratic Party as the only party on the entireelectoral ballot. Some liberals in the news media are angry thatRepublicans exist. "Please Sterling, make the Republicans go away"state some editorials. By their unbalanced actions, they seem to wantonly a one party LIBERAL government.

On Tuesday, November 6, you have your opportunity to re-elect me and toanswer the attempts to silence your support of my candidacy. You willhave the chance to once again respond to unfair liberal propaganda.Keep your signs up. And vote for me on Tuesday, November 6.


I am frequently meeting up with many of you at home and appreciate yoursteadfast enthusiasm. It is not easy when the liberal news media ispounding away at me and Sterling.

It is not easy when expensive direct mail pieces spread lies about me.It is not easy when a man like "Middleburg's Supervisor" Scott York andthe Piedmont Environmental Council's front groups and affiliated pacspour money and mailings into Sterling against me.

York lied about me to my face and in public. I responded quickly, respectfully objected and I challenged him.

It is Mr. York who has now "resigned" his developer job and the television news cameras ask him to explain how he can both work for a developer with active work in the county building and be chairman of the same county.

NBC TV News link to video:
Loudoun County Chair Race Heats Up

Washington Post (Thank you) says Board Chairman Accused of Ethics Lapse

Liberal Scott York has ignored Sterling, looked the other way whencitizens asked for budget and tax relief, pushed 8 million tax dollars("purchase of development cash") on his Middleburg friends-- taken fromthe wallets of Sterling residents, and rushed 4 million dollars of taxsubsidies to the mega rich Howard Hughes Institute again at Sterling'sexpense. 65 per cent of Sterling voted against him in the lastelection. My opponent will be a Scott York clone pure and simple.

If you are part of the approximately 65 per cent that voted against him and forgot, here are the results from 2003.

One of Sterling's precincts, Guilford, had 72 per cent vote againstScott York. Don't let a Scott York clone become Supervisor. Thankyou.


I will be at the polls from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and will greetyou if I see you. There are five polling places in Sterling District:Park View High School, Sully, Forest Grove, or Rolling Ridge elementaryschools, or Sterling Middle School. I will be at one or another duringthe day.

I invite you to the Victory Party at Santini's beginning at 7:15 p.m.You have earned it. And we can share in the victory together.


Some of my mailings have been arriving but there is no substitute foryour personal email, phone call or visit with a neighbor. Sterling isgetting visits from Middleburg socialites, Washington D.C. illegalalien activists, union tuffs and assorted complainers.

Your voice must be heard against these detractors. Send a message toyour friends, family and neighbors. Don't wait another day. Please.Thank you.


Let's remember that Election Day lasts from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you canNOT make it to the polls during that time for whatever reason, try toobtain an application for absentee voting today.

After you fill out the application for a ballot fax it to the board ofelections fax: 703-777-0622. The board of elections will mail you aballot. Fill out that ballot and mail it back in.


If you have time and can visit a balloting location now, consider Absentee Voting In Person.

For the convenience of those registered voters who need to vote byabsentee ballot, the electoral board office is at 801 Sycolin Road,S.E., Suite 102, Leesburg, and will be open Monday through Friday until8:00 p.m. beginning Monday, October 22 through November 2 and onSaturday, October 27 and Saturday, November 3 from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00p.m.

Starting this past Monday, October 22, absentee voting will be offeredat the Senior Center at Cascades, 21060 Whitfield Place, Sterling (nearthe Cascades Library) Monday through Friday from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00p.m. and on Saturday, October 27, and Saturday, November 3, from 9:00a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 3, 2007 is the last day to vote an absentee ballot in person for the upcoming election at either location.


Fundraiser for Patricia Phillips for Senator with Governor Jim Gilmore-- On October 30 the final fundraiser of the campaign will be held from7:00 pm until 9:00 pm at the home of Rob and Katie Jesionowski. The evening will feature special guest Governor Jim Gilmore and willmark the beginning of our Get Out the Vote program. . For moreinformation, contact Woody at or at the campaign office, 703-435-3322.

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