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VaNews for 2015 Loudoun County Supervisor Chairperson (At Large) - Regular Primary and 2015 Loudoun County Supervisor Chairperson (At Large) - Regular General


York, Delgaudio ousted in Loudoun Board elections

By RACHEL WEINER, Washington Post (Metered Paywall - 3 articles a month)

Loudoun County Board Chairman Scott K. York (I) was defeated by Democrat Phyllis J. Randall on Tuesday in a three-way race, ending his two-decade career in the government of one of the nation’s richest counties. Also swept out of office was Sterling Supervisor Eugene A. Delgaudio (R), a conservative firebrand who survived a recall effort last year.

VaNews November 4, 2015


Phyllis Randall to be next Loudoun County chair; Eugene Delgaudio ousted

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

In commanding fashion, Democrat Phyllis Randall defeated incumbent Loudoun County Chairman Scott York Nov. 3 to become the first new chairperson of the Board of Supervisors in the 21st century. Randall stunned local political observers by toppling the four-term incumbent York, Republican Charlie King and independent Tom Bellanca. With nearly 70,000 ballots cast and all precincts reporting, Randall held 24,613 votes to York's 19,891, King's 18,918 and Bellanca's 1,973.

VaNews November 4, 2015


Three weighty issues in the Loudoun chairperson race

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

After months of intense politicking, barb-trading, voters' forums and candidate questionnaires, several clear contrasts have emerged among the four people hoping to lead Loudoun's Board of Supervisors for the next four years. Next Tuesday, voters countywide will decide whether incumbent Scott York is deserving of a fifth term, or whether it's time to hand the reins to Democrat Phyllis Randall, Republican Charlie King or independent Tom Bellanca.

VaNews October 29, 2015


Special Prosecutor: York Committed No Campaign Finance Violation

By JONATHAN HUNLEY , Leesburg Today

A special prosecutor assigned to investigate a complaint about Scott K. York’s campaign finances has found nothing amiss in the Loudoun County chairman’s disclosures. Arlington County Commonwealth’s Attorney Theo Stamos said Tuesday that “bottom line: there’s nothing here.”

VaNews September 30, 2015


Loudoun’s Scott York cleared in campaign finance complaint

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Arlington County Commonwealth's Attorney Theo Stamos (D) has closed her investigation into Loudoun Chairman Scott York's (R) campaign finance reports, Stamos told the Times-Mirror Sept. 29. "The bottom line is there is no 'there' there," Stamos said.

VaNews September 30, 2015


Loudoun GOP officeholders ignored consultant’s criminal history

By CRYSTAL OWENS AND TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

In hopes of securing four more years representing Loudoun County's 360,000 residents, Chairman Scott York (R) and Sheriff Mike Chapman (R) have enlisted the services of a man who has spent more than 60 months in prison. But York and Chapman aren't alone in putting Brian Reynolds' company on their payroll. Incumbent state Sen. Dick Black (R-13th), Loudoun Commonwealth's Attorney Jim Plowman (R), Treasurer Roger Zurn (R) and a number of other GOP candidates have tapped Reynolds' DesignB studios for campaign websites, literature and political consulting.

VaNews September 24, 2015


Democratic challengers say GOP supervisors using public funds to campaign

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Democratic candidates in Loudoun County supervisor races are claiming the Republican incumbents are campaigning on the county dime -- to the tune of $60,000. Four Democratic candidates -- Phyllis Randall for countywide chair, Andrew Resnick for Algonkian District, Koran Saines in Sterling and Anjan Chimaladinne in Dulles -- say the board's Sept. 2 vote to approve spending county funds on a transportation project mailer was a “brazenly political” move.

VaNews September 11, 2015


After Williams arrest, Chairman York caught in the political crosshairs

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

In early February, Loudoun County Supervisor Shawn Williams was considered by many the odds-on favorite to be the county's next chairman. On Sunday morning, Williams was sobering up in a Loudoun County Adult Detention Center jail cell.

VaNews September 9, 2015


Shawn Williams resigns as Loudoun County supervisor following Sunday-morning arrest

By CRYSTAL OWENS AND TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Loudoun County Supervisor Shawn M. Williams, 44, was arrested this morning and charged with simple assault and unlawful entry after he allegedly pushed his way into a neighbor's home in Ashburn, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

VaNews September 7, 2015


Loudoun Democratic candidate for chairman scrutinized for past comments on immigration

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Fervid statements on immigration from Phyllis Randall, the Democrat running in this year's Loudoun Board of Supervisors chairman's race, earned scrutiny from leading Virginia Senate Democrats in late 2013, when Randall was exploring running for the General Assembly's upper chamber. Randall's remarks, which were made nearly nine years ago, include stating she is “radically anti-illegal immigration” and that she's “all for deportation whenever possible.”

VaNews March 23, 2015