David Vogt claims to be serving Chick-Fil-A at a Sunday event


UPDATE: A local GOP activist in the Frederick area notes on Facebook that Chick-Fil-A provides food for numerous Sunday events and that a manager will go in on Sunday alone to prepare the food. I’ve already emailed corporate communications at Chick-Fil-A and I’ve heard back from them and should be hearing back from them again. I will continue to update the situation.

David Vogt has a Spring Fling event scheduled on March 23 in Brunswick. He stated today that a special guest will be at the event now, and I’m hearing speculation that this will be the first public appearance some ore all of the members of the newly-formed slate of candidates that includes Senate candidate Mike Hough and House candidates Vogt, Kathy Afzali, and Barrie Ciliberti. I have to wonder what Hough gains by this slate if that’s what is happening. I would think he would be a strong candidate alone and might be dragged down by all of the house candidates listed.

Getting back to the Vogt Spring Fling;  that event on March 23 will feature a “Free Chick-Fil-A Lunch.”

The first question that comes to mind: how will Vogt afford that?

Then, the next question that comes to mind: does Vogt realize Chick-Fil-A is closed on Sunday?

If so, then that means he is going to be pre-ordering and picking up the sandwiches or party trays on Saturday and reheating them on Sunday for that event. That brings up all sorts of potential food safety issues. Everybody knows Chick-Fil-A closes on Sunday, so who will want to show up for day-old chicken sandwiches or nuggets?

Other candidates running for the House of Delegates are Kelly Schulz and Wendi Peters, who was just endorsed by Frederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins.

Here’s the flier for the event:


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