The following is a news release from the Tea Party of Loudoun County. We reported yesterday that Chapman’s statement of endorsement from the Tea Party of Loudoun was false. [read_more] This release makes it very clear that the Tea Party of Loudoun county is endorsing Eric Noble, NOT Sheriff Chapman as he claimed yesterday.
Tea Party of Loudoun County
Tea Party of Loudoun County Leaders Endorse Eric Noble for Sheriff
Noble earns Support of Tea Party Leadership after Attending Recent Meeting
The leaders of the only Tea Party organization which meets monthly in Loudoun County have endorsed Eric Noble for Loudoun County Sheriff in the May 2, 2015 GOP nominating convention after meeting him at their recent monthly meeting, listening to his presentation and his answers to their questions.
The Tea Party’s county Executive Board were polled and unanimously indicated their personal support of this candidate for Sheriff because
“we were very impressed with Eric Noble’s approach to law enforcement, particularly his focus on the defense of rights and constitutional training for Deputies
said Clay Suskalo, Social Media Coordinator for the group and a Loudoun County voter active in his local community.
The Tea Party – whose acronym stands for “Taxed Enough Already” has its next meeting on May 12 at 6:30pm (location to be announced on loudouncountyteaparty.com). Their members participate in national, state and local elections, and seek to influence public policy to better protect the rights of individuals and to keep taxes from increasing.
Loudoun County Tea Party lead organizer Dan Brubaker, PhD, said of his personal endorsement of the Sheriff candidate,
“Eric Noble has deeply impressed me with his humility, and also his grasp of and ability to articulate the meaning and importance of limited government and individual God-given, unalienable rights. Eric Noble “gets it” andI’m pleased to offer my endorsement of him to become Loudoun’s chief law enforcement officer.”
The third member of the Loudon Tea Party leadership who has endorsed Noble, Peter Guccione, Special Projects Director, said
“We are grateful that Eric Noble took the time to come to our meeting, make his presentation, listen to our concerns and answer our questions.”
Continued Guccione, a long time Loudoun County resident and voter,
“Eric Noble demonstrated a good grasp on what needs improvement here, and that he will adhere to the teachings of the 4th Amendment regarding search and seizure requirements.”
Guccione volunteers his time to help others in the Leesburg community.
The fourth member of the Tea Party leadership in Loudoun County, Mike Drews, said
“Eric Noble’s forthright manner and thoughtful demeanor should be comforting to our county’s citizens who can be confident that law enforcement will be applied in a fair and constitutionally approved fashion, with no abuse of police power.”
Drews is a decades long resident of the town of Leesburg, serving in his local church’s ministries. He also serves his community in many other ways such as a coach and volunteer educator.