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STEWART PROPOSES ‘SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY’ RESOLUTION; WHEELER PROMISES A QUICK REPEAL

By DANIEL BERTI, Prince William Times

Corey Stewart, the outgoing Republican at-large chairman of the Prince William Board of Supervisors, will introduce a measure to declare the county a “Second Amendment sanctuary” at Tuesday’s board meeting. But Chairman-elect Ann Wheeler, a Democrat, says the new board will repeal any such effort as soon as it takes over in January.

VaNews December 6, 2019



COREY STEWART’S COUNTY NO MORE: VIRGINIA COUNTY AIMS TO BECOME LIBERAL MODEL

By ANTONIO OLIVIO, Washington Post (Metered Paywall - 3 articles a month)

With a new Democratic majority, Prince William Board of County Supervisors will shift its priorities next year by revisiting a cooperation agreement with federal immigration authorities and approaching funding for schools, transportation and other services through a lens of social and racial equity.

VaNews November 18, 2019



PRINCE WILLIAM BOARD FLIPS DEMOCRATIC; WHEELER TO SUCCEED STEWART AS BOARD CHAIR

By ANTONIO OLIVO AND REBECCA TAN, Washington Post (Metered Paywall - 3 articles a month)

Prince William County entered a new political era Tuesday when Democrat Ann Wheeler was elected chair of the Board of County Supervisors, beating Republican John Gray and two independents to succeed conservative firebrand Corey A. Stewart. Wheeler’s victory — on a night when Democrats won five of the eight board seats, flipping the 6-2 GOP majority — reflects the changing attitudes of the steadily growing county of 463,00 residents, Virginia’s second-most-populous jurisdiction.

VaNews November 6, 2019



SCHOOL FUNDING, IMMIGRATION DIVIDE PRINCE WILLIAM CHAIRMAN CANDIDATES

By EMILY SIDES, Inside NOVA

The race for chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors has taken a number of twists and turns this year. After an embarrassing defeat last year in the race for U.S. Senate, Republican Chairman Corey Stewart announced he wouldn’t seek another term leading the county government. In May, accountant John Gray surprised political observers by winning the GOP nomination

VaNews November 2, 2019



TRUMP CAMPAIGN DESCRIBES COREY STEWART SUPER PAC AS 'UNCONSCIONABLE'

By RACHEL FRAZIN, The Hill

President Trump's reelection campaign is disavowing a Keeping America Great super PAC run by Corey Stewart, arguing the former Senate candidate in Virginia is trying to trick people into thinking they are supporting Trump by giving money to his PAC.

VaNews May 20, 2019



VA. REPUBLICAN STEWART TO HEAD PRO-TRUMP PAC FOCUSED ON 2020 ELECTIONS

By ANTONIO OLIVO, Washington Post (Metered Paywall - 3 articles a month)

Corey A. Stewart, the Virginia Republican who last fall made an angry and unsuccessful bid to defeat Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), will head a conservative super PAC geared toward helping President Trump and candidates who support him in the 2020 elections, the group announced Thursday.

VaNews March 15, 2019



COREY STEWART TO CHAIR OUTSIDE POLITICAL GROUP SUPPORTING TRUMP CONSERVATIVES

By EMILY SIDES, Inside NOVA

Corey Stewart is the new chairman and national spokesman for Keeping America Great, an outside political group created last year to advance candidates supporting President Donald Trump. Keeping America Great was created in 2018 to elect “America First conservatives,” according to a news release.

VaNews March 15, 2019



COREY STEWART TO LEAD 'KEEPING AMERICA GREAT' PAC

Prince William Times

In 2016, he led the Virginia campaign to elect President Donald Trump. Now Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart is taking the helm of a national group aimed at re-electing Trump in 2020. Stewart, 50, announced Thursday that he'll lead the "Keeping America Great" political action committee. The PAC aims to lead an effort “to elect strong America First conservatives who will stand with our President,” according to a news release.

VaNews March 15, 2019



STEWART ON NORTHAM BLACKFACE SCANDAL: ‘I FEEL VINDICATED’

By URIAH KISER, Potomac Local (Subscription Required)

When Corey Stewart was running for governor in 2017, he was accused time and again of being a racist. The Republican during the campaign defended calls to leave standing Confederate statues in public squares to at a time when many were calling on local governments to take them down and mothball them in storage units or relocate them to National Parks.

VaNews February 6, 2019



GOP CANDIDATES MAKE THEIR PITCH FOR 2019

By JILL PALERMO, Prince William Times

Prince William County Supervisor Marty Nohe announced his bid for board chairman weeks before he’d initially intended. But at least two Democratic candidates were making moves for the county’s top elected post, and a local reporter put him on the spot: Would he run or not? That was back in mid-October. Nohe, R-Coles, decided to make it official, saying he would challenge incumbent Chairman Corey Stewart for the Republican nomination in 2019.

VaNews November 27, 2018