Christopher DeCarlo attended Georgia Institute of Technology, Northern Virginia Community College, and George Mason University between the years of 1977 and 1995. DeCarlo has served as the President of DeCarlo Enterprises Incorporated since 1979, and is the father of five children. DeCarlo is also the author of a self-published teen self-help book called What Now? [2, 5, 8].
DeCarlo has previously run for election to the Virginia House of Delegates, Providence District School Board, and United States House of Representatives. DeCarlo gained national attention in a 2015 campaign for Fauquier County sheriff for filming a music video of him rapping for his campaign on the property of Confederate Col. John Singleton Mobley [2, 5].
DeCarlo wants to “arrest Virginia’s elected officials for bribery, treason, and sedition.” DeCarlo wants to ensure that elections remain transparent and that the people’s constitutional rights are protected [5, 6].
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