Rednova8.com has penned an excellent piece on Loudoun Supervisor Suzanne Volpe and the happenings at Monday night’s Loudoun County Republican Committee meeting. Click here to read it.
Once again Supervisor Volpe tried to pack her district with proxy votes in order to deny the School Board endorsement of a popular conservative Republican incumbent, Debbie Rose. The vote in the Algonkian district to not endorse Rose was 7 to 4 with 5 of the 7 being proxies recruited by Suzanne Volpe. Those folks were used by Mrs. Volpe in her own private war against Debbie Rose, who has proven herself to be one of our very best representatives on the Loudoun School board.
Mrs. Volpe tried the to do the same thing to Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, who was completely vindicated of any wrong doing in Loudoun and yet she wanted Loudoun County Republicans to remove him from the party. She tried the same trick then, packing the LCRC meeting with her proxy friends. It didn’t work then against Eugene and it didn’t work against Debbie Rose this time.
And who can forget Suzanne’s attempts to get her development buddy, Mital Gandhi, on the Board of Supervisors? She wanted him to run for the seat in Broad Run District after Supervisor Shawn William’s background was exposed. It didn’t take long to expose the background of deadbeat Mital Gandhi. Despite Mrs. Volpe’s best efforts we have a fine, principled conservative running to represent Broad Run, Ron Meyer.
RedNova8.com accurately describes Supervisor Volpe’s maneuver at the LCRC meeting on Monday night,
“Case in point; at the Loudoun County Republican Committee meeting Monday night Volpe pulled her infamous trick of packing a caucus with proxies to defeat a contemporary seeking an endorsement. Nothing really wrong with politics as usual, the world revolves around those who show up, but there is a problem with someone that continually plays lip service to the local committee being a “family” where we all “take care of each other”. Instead of picking up a phone and trying to work things out, or running another candidate against the person she is trying to defeat, she resorts to secret ballots and proxies so that there are no fingerprints. Call your friends in Loudoun to find out more information, anyone who was at the meeting figured out what was going on when the caucus’ recommendation was overturned and the full committee endorsed Volpe’s victim. Sometimes the good guy wins and the bad guys are exposed.” (emphasis mine)
Read the full article over at RedNova8.com.