William R. 'Bill' Frazier (I)

Age: 68.

Residence: Warrenton.

Education: Attended college.

Occupation: Retired from federal government; family farm manager.

Elected offices/civic activities: Director and treasurer, John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District; director, Rappahannock Conservation Council; member, Fauquier County Agriculture Advisory Committee; director and treasurer, Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Service Board; member, Fauquier County Economic Development Task Force, which resulted in establishment of the Economic Development Office.

Family: Married; two children.

Why should the voters elect you?

"I have the knowledge, experience and time to be a productive member of the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors. During the last decade, I have been active in county, state and federal government activities directly related to the best interests of Fauquier County. My federal experience in administration, financial management and budgeting will prove invaluable on this board. My activities--in conservation, preservation, agriculture, economic development, community service in many areas (including mental health, substance abuse and senior citizen activities), property rights and managing family farm and properties--give me the credentials and background to conduct the public's business."

What would you like voters to know about you?

"I have experience working with the community in protecting soil and water resources, and I was appointed by Governor Allen to the Commission on Environmental Stewardship."

E-mail address: wrffarm@erols.com

Sharon Grove McCamy (R)

Age: 38.

Residence: Sumerduck.

Education: BA, University of Virginia; MA, English, George Mason University; additional graduate work, Catholic University.

Occupation: English teacher, Mary Washington College.

Elected offices/civic activities: Member and former vice chairman, Fauquier County Republican Committee; recording secretary, Piedmont Republican Women's Club; gubernatorial appointee, Library of Virginia Board; vice chairman, Fauquier County Library Board; member, Bealeton Remington Ruritan Club.

Family: Married; one child.

Why should the voters elect you?

"If I'm elected, there are several issues that I want to address. But my highest priority for the term will be to work to give Lee District citizens a real say in Lee's future. It has been my observation that citizens have had too limited a role in local government decisions. I believe that government can and must be more inclusive in its planning efforts in regard to those whose lives are impacted by such effort. We need government decisions that support education, public safety and recreational needs of citizens--and we need decisions that support Fauquier's traditional community values."

What would you like voters to know about you?

"I believe that government should represent the voters' wishes, first and foremost, and, as part of that, I believe elected officials should go the extra mile to be available to citizens and to keep citizens informed."

E-mail address: mccamy@citizen.infi.net