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Monday, October 26, 2009

Nixon, Loupassi, Ware, Cox and Ernesto Sampson - Dream Team of Conservative Republican right here in central Virginia

You don't have to go very far, if you live in central Virginia, to get a great taste of what principled conservatism is all about since the current crop of Republican candidates running for election or re-election are shining examples. Below is a brief introduction to these candidates:

Sam Nixon 27th District: Knowing Delegate Sam Nixon personally only increases your respect for him as a politician with integrity and man principled in his convictions. Delegate Nixon is currently the Chairman of the House Republican Caucus for the 2008 - 2009 term and serves on three House committees: Health Welfare and Institutions (Vice Chair), Commerce and Labor, and Science and Technology. Delegate Nixon has also been awarded with Legislator of the Year and Delegate of the Year awards from many different organizations, including the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the Virginia Association of Commissioners of the Revenue in 2007, the Virginia Retail Merchants Association in 2006, the Virginia Fraternal Order of Police in 2003, the Virginia Family Foundation in 1998 and 2003, and the Virginia Manufacturer’s Association in 2003.

Lee Ware 65th District: Delegate Ware represents Powhatan and northern Chesterfield as is one of the most consistent conservative voices in the General Assembly. Named "A Hero of Conservation” by the Virginia League of Conservation Voters following the 2002 General Assembly. Both the National Federation of Independent Businesses and the Family Foundation of Virginia accorded Ware a similar rating for his voting record during the 2003 General Assembly.

Kirk Cox 66th District: Delegate Cox is a member of the General Assembly Speaker’s Leadership Team and serves as the House Majority Whip, the third ranking leadership position, and as a House Budget Conferee. Speaker Howell has noted, “Kirk is a tremendous asset to the strong Republican Majority in the House and a leader on the issues that affect the people of the 66th District.” He serves on the House Appropriations Committee as Chairman of the Economic Development, Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee. He also serves with other senior lawmakers on the Rules Committee and is Chair of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission.

Manoli Loupassi 68th District: Delegate Loupassi is a rising star in state politics and a true conservative voice in the commonwealth. A Richmond native, Delegate Loupassi has fought for the rights of central Virginian’s in his public services on the Richmond Board of Supervisors and in the General Assembly. Delegate Loupassi has been the chief patron and many bills including…HB 878 School divisions, local; requires 65% of each education dollar to be spent in classroom, HB 1503 Real estate tax; exemptions for elderly and handicapped persons in certain cities and counties and HJ 122 Constitutional amendment; localities computation of real estate taxes to name a few.

Ernesto Sampson 69th District – Ernesto Sampson is taking on the establishment in the liberal laden 69th District and winning hearts, minds and votes with his practical and common sense approach to government. Mr. Sampson is a 1998 graduate of Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, VA with a degree in Economics and Business fulfilling his mother’s dream of obtaining a college degree. Mr. Sampson believes every child in the 69th district should be allowed to attend a safe school environment and achieve the best education. Ernesto believes that a quality education will help our kids prepare for a changing workforce. Ernesto believes that quality jobs in the 69th district are central foundations for building a vibrant district. Communities with good jobs have lower crime rates. Having good jobs in the 69th district will provide better standards of living for families in the district Ernesto and his wife have chosen to live and raise their family. Mr. Sampson will be a value added addition to the General Assembly and is exactly what the 69th district needs.

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