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Posted: Friday, February 15, 2013 2:55 pm | Updated: 5:12 pm, Fri Feb 15, 2013.

While county leaders wait to see what, if anything, results from the work of a special prosecutor and reports of a recently empanelled grand jury probing allegations of misconduct by Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio (R), Loudoun Democrats are helping to mount a recall campaign to unseat the four-term Sterling District representative.

Delgaudio has been the subject of a special investigation since October, after a former aide provided information to The Washington Post that she was told to call political donors and set up meetings with Delgaudio. The work allegedly was done while the aide was in the county government center in Leesburg and on county—and taxpayer—time. She filed a complaint with the county’s Human Resources department, including allegations of a hostile work environment. This week, the Post reported that two individuals had confirmed they were summoned to the courthouse Feb. 5 when a special grand jury was formed to review evidence in the case along with Arlington County Commonwealth’s Attorney Theo Stamos, who was appointed in November as a special prosecutor.

A group called Sterling Deserves Better yesterday announced plans to hold a meeting Saturday at the Sterling Library to launch a Circuit Court petition seeking a recall election. The announcement describes the new organization as “a group of concerned citizens in Eugene Delgaudio’s Sterling district.”

The message was sent out by a member of the Loudoun County Democratic Committee and the newly created website is registered to LCDC Communications Chairman Andrew Wexton, of Leesburg.

LCDC Chairman Evan MacBeth said the movement is not a party initiative, but said his organization is helping.

“The people of Sterling are the ones who decided we need to recall him. We as the LCDC are providing support to them. This is a decision that was made by the people in Sterling. It is a group that is organically grown out of Sterling,” MacBeth said today. “I think it is going to be an inspiring event for the people of Sterling to have their voices heard."

MacBeth said an important factor in the recall effort was the Board of Supervisors’ vote in January to strip Delgaudio of his committee assignments.

"What happened is that the people who live in Sterling have decided it is not acceptable for Eugene Delgaudio to continue as their supervisor because he is not representing them,” MacBeth said.

The town hall meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Sterling Library on Enterprise Street.

Welcome to the discussion.


  • norges55 posted at 2:56 pm on Sat, Feb 16, 2013.

    norges55 Posts: 1042

    If Ca Stamos does not get a felony conviction then all the hyperbole is just that. I'd love to see Stevens Miller run against Eugene think of the fun that would be.

  • Supervisor Delgaudio posted at 11:45 am on Sat, Feb 16, 2013.

    Supervisor Delgaudio Posts: 3

    Most Liberals, Conservatives and Independents might agree on the following

    Thank you.

    Spring Craft Show March 16--1000 expected

    Spring Craft & Vendor Show March 16, 10am-3pm Park View High School 400 West Laurel Ave. Sterling, Va. 20164 Over 60 artisan & local businesses. Free admission.

    Proceeds benefit Park View Project Grad & Park View Choral Boosters

    Teen Job Fair March 16-- 1500 teens projected

    Save the Date, Saturday March 16 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Claude Moore Community Center on Cascades Parkway.

    That's the date for Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio's Fifth Annual Teen Job Fair. Let me know if you can volunteer and let me know if you want to hire teens. One new company that prepares food wants to hire 1500 teens for the summer just ten minutes from Sterling.


    Boy Scouts and High School Sports Teams Selling Mulch

    Along with hundreds of Boy Scouts, here come The Park View Football and Boy's Basketball Team for their 3rd Annual Mulch Sale Fundraiser.

    The sports teams will distribute flyers all throughout Sterling on Saturday, February 23 and Saturday, March 2. On these dates we will need Parents, Players, Volunteers, and Coaches to help pass out and sell mulch to homes in the community.
    Delivery is expected April 13.

    This Sterling American is posted at

  • Bad Wolf posted at 3:25 pm on Fri, Feb 15, 2013.

    Bad Wolf Posts: 21

    I almost wish I lived in his district so I could vote against him. Freedom and Liberty for ALL seems to have fallen out of fashion in his camp.