Jacob Lipscomb has been a member of the Waynesboro community from childhood. He attended Waynesboro Public Schools and excelled academically and athletically. He attended college at West Virginia Wesleyan on a football scholarship. He moved back home to Waynesboro to support the growth of the family business, Lipscomb’s Tree and Lawn Care. He currently is a production supervisor for Nibco Inc. During high school, he met his wife, Amber, and have two children together. Their family attends church in Nelson County, where he serves on the church board. Jacob enjoys completing home projects, being outdoors, and watching his children prosper. He is honored to support Waynesboro in this new role and to continue to help our community thrive.
Craig Scott is a member of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and serves as the Committee Vice Chair.
“Those who are capable of tyranny are capable of perjury to sustain it.” - Lysander Spooner
Curt Lilly is a member of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and the 6th Congressional District Committee He serves as the Representative to the Republican State Central Committee. Curt was Head Teller (Chairman) of the Verona Location of the 2021 RPV Convention which served the 6th District’s Central Region. He has also dedicated much time to election integrity issues. Curt is Chief Engineer for a defense contractor based in Fredericksburg.
Craig Scott is a member of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and serves as the Committee Vice Chair. Craig has been active in politics since 1988, including the 2012 presidential campaign of Ron Paul, U.S. Representative of Texas, which began officially in 2011. Craig is a lifelong student of history and economics, the EKG of history.
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Ken Adams is a member of the Waynesboro Republican Committee and the 6th Congressional District Committee He serves as the 6th Congressional District Finance Chairman. He served as the Waynesboro Republican Committee Chairman for many years and is responsible for the formation and early success of the committee. He now lends his considerable body of knowledge to 6th District Committee initiatives.
John Massoud is currently the Chairman of the Virginia 6th District Republican Committee. He has served as the Vice Chair of the Shenandoah County Republican Committee and the Chairman of the 6th Magisterial District Shenandoah County GOP Committee. He is the former head of the Shenandoah County GOP Freedom Caucus, and a current member of the Strasburg Virginia Town Council. John has been working on Republican and conservative causes since 1980 and is a leader of the Liberty movement in the Shenandoah Valley.
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