William A. Finerfrock

REPUBLICAN

Age: 49

Residence: West Springfield.

Education: BS, political science, Penn State University.

Occupation: Vice president of health policy, Capitol Associates Inc.

Elected offices/civic activities: Vice chairman, Fairfax County Health Care Advisory Board; vice president, West Springfield High School Boosters Club; member, West Springfield High School PTSA; member, Whisperwood Homeowners Association; member, Fairfax County Republican Committee;

basketball and soccer coach, Springfield Youth Club; former chairman, Springfield District Republican Committee; past president, Burgoyne Forest Homeowners Association; former chairman, 37th Senate District Republican Committee.

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"Transportation. I have been a carpooler for over 20 years as either a driver or rider. We must develop more park-and-ride lots and we must also end the experiment that allows hybrid vehicles to use the car pool lanes. I will support a regional approach to solving our transportation problems and work with delegates from other areas of the state to help us get the resources necessary to solve this problem. We must develop HOT lanes, toll roads and explore public-private partnerships that create new resources for solving our transportation problems."

Why should voters elect you?

"I am the only candidate who will work to lower taxes and who has the maturity and experience necessary to accomplish this goal."

Web site:

www.finerfrockfordelegate.org

E-mail address:

bfine56@msn.com

Michael J. Golden

REPUBLICAN

Age: 31

Residence: Orange Hunt.

Education: BS, commerce, finance and marketing, University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce; JD, Georgetown University Law Center.

Occupation: Attorney (appellate), Latham & Watkins LLP.

Elected offices/civic activities: Member, Fairfax County School Board High School Course Review Committee, 2004; judicial clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit, 1998-99; member, Bethany Christian Services board of directors; regional coordinator and precinct captain, 2004 Republican candidates for president, vice president and Congress; member and volunteer, Orange Hunt Estates Civic Association; young attorney mentor, Latham & Watkins LLP; former member, Training and Career Enhancement Committee, Latham & Watkins LLP; youth tutor and mentor, Martha's Table; volunteer, Vacation Bible School.

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"As I have walked door-to-door throughout our district, residents have consistently said that out-of-control property tax increases are their most pressing concern, because those sharp increases are driving families and seniors out of Fairfax County. I am the only candidate with a real tax relief plan: I will support a reasonable limitation on annual property tax increases; fight for Fairfax County's fair share of state funding for critical education and transportation needs; oppose spending our hard-earned tax dollars to pay for non-emergency benefits for illegal immigrants; and finish implementing the Wilder Commission's recommendations, which will save nearly $1 billion annually."

Why should voters elect you?

"An experienced advocate who was born, raised and educated in Virginia, I am the only candidate who has promised not to raise taxes."

Web site:

www.electgolden.com

E-mail address:

michael@electgolden.com