Friday, June 1, 2007

Chaz Evans-Haywood is Popular, and for Good Reason

Between Virginia Virtucon, SWAC Girl, NOVA Townhall, In-Politically Correct, John Maxfield, and even his own opponent Myron Rhodes (Republitarian), Chaz Evans-Haywood is a very well-liked guy and has been ringing up tons of compliments and endorsements from conservatives in the blogosphere during his campaign for Rockingham County Clerk of Court.

Chaz has a good amount of experience in the political arena, having served as a Regional Representative for former Senator George Allen, as well as District Representative for Rep. Bob Goodlatte.

His open letter to the residents of Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg really outlines his credentials well.

Myron has had plenty of good ideas that I can agree with, as well. However, while I can see why he brought up the issue with Sayre's wife, I also believe that he could have used better judgment in how he went about bringing up this issue, instead of simply slamming Sayre for it because of his grudge against the Bloggers4Sayre.

So, the Podium now endorses Chaz Evans-Haywood for Rockingham Clerk of Court.

5 comments:

Whackette said...

"I like what this guy's got to say, as he comments at Republitarian often enough that one can get an idea of some of his proposed ideas."

Chaz is a great guy, but you must have him confused with someone else when it comes to commenting on Republitarian. The only one, that I am aware of, that has used the Republitarian blog to talk about their ideas regarding the clerks office is Republitarian.

Phil Chroniger said...

I could've sworn I've seen Chaz at least state his agreement with some of the proposals Myron has raised, and a few other tidbits here and there, but you're right that he's not actively using the blog to push his ideas like Republitarian is.

finnegan said...

"Chaz is a great guy, but you must have him confused with someone else when it comes to commenting on Republitarian."

That might be my fault. I jokingly said that Reaganite was Chaz, knowing that Myron knew he wasn't. Sorry about that.

Phil Chroniger said...

Maybe that's where I got that idea.

I'll edit that in the post.

Anonymous said...

the only thing that I can see taht qualifies him for this job (in this area) is that he road of Macacawitz's coatails for a few years...

regardless, I think electing a clerk is silly anyway...