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Cooch Announces On Monday

By Greg L | 28 March 2008 | Virginia Politics | 8 Comments

Ken Cuccinelli will announce his run for Attorney General on Monday, setting up an incredibly strong statewide Republican ticket for 2009.  With Bob McDonnell running for Governor, Bill Bolling keeping his seat as Lieutenant Governor, and Ken filling out the roster in the Attorney General slot, this ticket covers Tidewater, Northern Virginia and Richmond. It’s a very strong slate.

Coverage is at Virtucon, Too Conservative, Spark It Up, and Mason Conservative to name a few.  I think Republicans are getting giddy here, as this statewide ticket is one of the best ever.



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8 Comments

  1. Anonymous said on 28 Mar 2008 at 9:47 pm:
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    If we can only make sure Brian Moron heads the ticket for the dems we will be assured of a clean sweep with Cooch as the AG.

  2. RHarrison said on 28 Mar 2008 at 10:19 pm:
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    Before we get too excited, we need to remember that we had an incredibly strong Senate candidate last year. It’s a long way to next November.

  3. OPDitch said on 29 Mar 2008 at 10:55 am:
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    Greg, I like the supposed “ticket” as you call it, BUT I’m not yet comfortable with this being shoved down my thought, so to say. I would like to see who else we can look at before our vote doesn’t count. This seems a bit early to be calling this a “ticket.” Has McDonnell called it a “ticket” yet? or is this just some insiders or bloggers doing this “ticket” thing? Did I miss something?

  4. Anonymous said on 29 Mar 2008 at 11:16 am:
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    This McDonnell-Bolling-Cooch trifecta would be the greatest ticket conservatives have seen in decades. Every geographic area would be covered and all types of Republicans would have something for them.

  5. A Sully Voter said on 29 Mar 2008 at 2:56 pm:
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    No to Cuccinelli. He will not help a GOP ticket. He bearly held on to his own seat and had he had a smart Dem running against him, he would have lost. He is also behind the move to defeat and weaken Frank Wolf. Not only no but hell no to Cuccinelli. I am one Republican who will not vote for him again…NO…NO…NO …not gona do it!!!

  6. Advocator said on 29 Mar 2008 at 6:52 pm:
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    If he’s behind a move to unass Frank Wolf, I’m writing a check to him tonight!

  7. Bryanna said on 29 Mar 2008 at 9:37 pm:
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    Cucinelli was the moderator for the C-100 program last week on Open Government. The Senator lead an interactive and quality discussion with an astute group of panelist. His opening presentation and sharp questions exposed his solid conservative principles. What I found most refreshing about him is his sincere intent to place the needs of the citizens above the priorities of government, which is not always the case with all elected officials.

  8. Anonymous said on 30 Mar 2008 at 5:06 pm:
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    how is he trying to unseat frank wolf?

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