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In yesterday’s Cuccinelli Compass, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli got straight to the point. All in for Allen Dear Friends and Fellow Virginians, I’m going to get straight to the point. We need George Allen to win on November 6th. Right … Continue reading
What does Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli think about Virginia’s senate race? He believes we have a clear choice. Here’s why. A Clear Choice October 6, 2012 Dear Friends and Fellow Virginians, It’s easy to get caught up in the hype … Continue reading
Delegate Scott Lingamfelter is running to be our Lieutenant Governor in 2013. So the link on his name now points to that campaign website. Like as not, I will support him. I also expect to vote for Mitt Romney and George Allen. I just find it … Continue reading
In the days leading up to the Republican Primary on June 12th, I divided my spare time between blogging and going door-to-door asking folks who vote in Republican primaries to come to the polls and vote for Bob Marshall. Unfortunately — at least … Continue reading
When we vote for someone, we can either vote for what they stand for or what they stand against. Therefore, I ask you to compare these three websites. George Allen: Former Governor of Virginia and Senator representing Virginia. Tim Kaine: Former … Continue reading
Well, I finally have found a complete video of the May 25th debate between Virginia’s four Republican senate candidates. Are you going to vote on June 12th? Then I hope you watch all three. I don’t think snippets or anything I or anyone else would write … Continue reading