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ALLEN/WOLF/DELGAUDIO 2003

August 12, 2003

ALLEN AND WOLF BACK DELGAUDIO

(Sterling, Va.) Today, Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R-Sterling) released the endorsement statements from two of Virginia's top Republican elected officials, U.S. Senator George Allen and U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf.

Supervisor Delgaudio volunteered in the early campaigns of Wolf in 1986 and for Allen in 1993, respectively.

In response to the endorsements, Supervisor Delgaudio said the following: "The people of Sterling and I are honored by the endorsement of these two top Republicans. These endorsements show the respect Senator Allen and Congressman Wolf afford to me personally and to Sterling as a united community. I am grateful for both. Thank you."

U.S. Senator George Allen's Statement of Support for Supervisor Delgaudio's Re-election:

"I am pleased to support my friend Eugene Delgaudio for re-election to the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.

Supervisor Delgaudio has set the standard for attention and responsiveness to his community and constituents. Whether its using the Internet for two-way communication or setting up one-on-one meetings with Sterling residents, Eugene Delgaudio works year-round to know what is going on in our community and how best to represent his constituents.

He is watching out for taxpayers dollars and fighting to hold spending to only what is necessary to fund the essentials, such as keeping public safety strong and maintaining quality schools."

U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf's Statement of Support for Supervisor Delgaudio's Re-election:

"No one works harder than Eugene. He is not afraid to make the tough decisions and speak out for what he thinks is right. He deserves re-election this fall. I urge Sterling residents to vote for Eugene on November 4."

Allen and Wolf join several other Loudoun Republican elected officials in backing Delgaudio: Republican Senators Bill Mims, Russ Potts and Republican Delegates Tom Rust, Dick Black, Bob Marshall, Gary Reese and Joe May, along with County Treasurer Roger Zurn, Sheriff Steve Simpson and County Clerk Gary Clemens in endorsing my re-election.

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