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Category: Corey Stewart (page 1 of 2)

Chairman Stewart’s Overall SEVERE Financial, Land Use, Other Conflicts of Interest 2008-14

 

BOCS Supervisors
receiving developer $
from and supporting
Stone Haven (their districts)

Political donations to BOCS Supervisors voting on Stone Haven (what PWCBG’s found; see vpap.org)
EV Hunter Trust
Edith Hunter Rameika,
Berryville
(land owner)  (705)  750-2611
RK Realty / BruniPeters
(realtor) (703) 656-6162
brunipeters1@aol.com
Brookfield Homes
(likely builder; though others could be substituted
with similar results)
(703) 270-1400  info.calgary@brookfieldrp.com
Total Developer
$ received
Stewart (at-large)
  $21,500
$6,500
$759,841
Covington (Bristow area)
$1,500
$5,000
  $108,150
Nohe (Coles)
$2,500
  $2,500
$109,984
Jenkins (Neabsco)
$1,000
     $900
$105,181
TOTALS $5,000
$26,500
$9,900
$1,083,246

No apparent financial, land use, other conflicts of interest revealed by Stewart personal financial disclosure forms: 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | County link to all supervisor financial disclosure forms

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Overall, Jan 2002-Jun 2014 Stewart raises $1,755,590, including $759,841 (43%) from developers

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics

Stewart for Chairman/Supervisor/Lt Governor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses Jan 2002-Jun 2014

Stewart for Chairman/Supervisor/Lt Governor Campaign Contributions Jan 2002-Jun 2014 by Industry Sector…

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Jan 2012-Dec 2013 Stewart raises $480,288, including $250,811 (52%) from developers

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics.

Stewart for Chairman/Lt Governor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2012-2013

Stewart for Chairman/Lt Governor Campaign Contributions 2012-2013 by Industry Sector…

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E-mail exchanges between PWCBG co-founders and PWC BOCS Chairman Corey Stewart

Board of County Supervisors Chairman Stewart challenged by PWCBG on his post-Brentswood (2006) "180-degree reversal of position" in which he now ignores the "harmful effects of high-density, tax revenue-negative housing on school overcrowding, traffic congestion, local taxes, the environment" and supports harmful housing developments like Stone Haven, Brentswood's successor project. Stewart replies to PWCBG, fails to specifically defend Stone Haven; numerous "falsities" in his response, conflicts of interest noted. Connection seen between Stewart's "apparent loss of interest in balanced, managed residential growth and the fact that" he's set his "sights on higher political office" and now needs "a lot of housing developer money to run for statewide office." Read More

E-mail sent to local citizens by PWCBG’s Ralph Stephenson on 11 July 2012

11 Jul 2012 PWCBG e-mail to Brentsville District citizens warns of return of unpopular Brentswood residential development now renamed "Stone Haven." Supervisor Covington said to be "up to his old tricks," attempting to build support for more unneeded, taxpayer-subsidized residential housing by promising new public facilities to local parents in exchange. Supervisor Stewart said to have undergone "180-degree reversal," as he "has become staunchly pro-residential-developer in recent years" in order to attract residential developer campaign money to finance pursuit of higher office Read More

Jan 2008-Dec 2011 Stewart for Chairman campaign raises $732,423, including $336,833 (46%) from developers

Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP), Virginia’s authoritative source on the role of money in state politics

Stewart for Chairman/Supervisor/Lt Governor Total Campaign Contributions and Expenses 2008-2011

Stewart for Chairman/Supervisor/Lt Governor Campaign Contributions 2008-2011 by Industry Sector…

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Stewart will run for Lt. Gov. Job

Stewart running for Virginia Lieutenant Governor again in 2013 after abortive attempt in 2009; wants to be known for more than illegal immigration controversy; fails to make any mention of earlier advocacy of controlling residential growth, probably because "local issues like rezonings and development within the Rural Crescent are likely going to matter little to a statewide GOP electorate" Read More

Prince William’s Stewart eyes U.S. Senate bid

Stewart considers U.S. Senate bid; his role in county illegal immigration debate viewed; Democratic Supervisor Principi says Stewart used illegation immigration issue for political gain, "neglecting" his constituents to run for higher office Read More

“Wellington, Yorkshire areas to be studied under comp plan changes adopted Feb. 2”

Board approves new pro-developer land use plan with "confusing flurry of last-minute changes," including allowing fast-tracking of developer comprehensive plan amendments and allowing residential housing to be part of any CEC, REC, and RCC commercial development; reaction by May, Stewart, Nohe Read More

E-mail exchanges between PWCBG, Chairman Stewart, Chairman Stewart’s Chief of Staff, and Planning Commission Chairman

Board of County Supervisors Chairman Stewart reverses earlier positions on land use, now opposes his Planning Commission chairman's proposals to channel residential development, instead backing residential-developer-supported proposals Read More
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