Yesterday we reported Loudoun’s Chairman of the Board and the Sheriff are likely to team up and run as Independents, as evidenced by Scott York’s recent, late, endorsement of Sheriff Mike Chapman. More evidence has surfaced.[read_more]
First was Eric Noble’s big win over Sheriff Chapman in the Loudoun Republican Straw Poll. Scott York’s recent endorsement seems to have hurt Mike Chapman rather than helping him.
Next, at Loudoun county’s big, annual fundraiser, attended by almost every elected official in Loudoun, including our Senator Dick Black, all three of our Delegates, Dave LaRock, Randy Minchew, and Tag Greason. All five of our Constitutional Officers came to the Jamboree. Most of the Board of Supervisors were in attendance, except for Scott York and his two big supporters, Supervisors Matt Letourneau and Ralph Buona.
Finally, even more telling, a total of 1415 Republicans qualified to be delegates to the Republican convention, Scott York was not among them. He will not be attending the Republican convention in Loudoun. If that doesn’t scream “I am not a Republican” I don’t know what does. He can’t even be bothered to vote in a Republican convention in his own back yard! Scott York is an Independent. Again.