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Ken Cuccinelli At The Bristow GOTV Rally

By Greg L | 30 October 2013 | Virginia Politics | 11 Comments

Ken held a rally one week out from the election at a packed Victory Office in Bristow, VA along with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Here are his full remarks.

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11 Comments

  1. G Man said on 30 Oct 2013 at 6:44 pm:
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    This is the real Ken Cuccinelli we nominated! I highly recommend you watch the ENTIRE video. You cannot but be moved to take action to fight for this man. This is the most inspirational video I have seen this entire campaign.

  2. J Doe said on 30 Oct 2013 at 7:40 pm:
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    Excellent video, thanks for posting this! Ken Cucicinelli deserves your support, please get to the polls on the 5th!

  3. Former Officer said on 31 Oct 2013 at 3:08 am:
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    I’m afraid Ken’s connection to the tea party will be his undoing. My lifelong conservative party is slowly dying with the few who are with the tea party and their attempts to derail the entire party with their extremists ideas. Don’t believe me? Just wait until next week. I’m afraid of the alternate and his views as well so we’re doomed regardless.

  4. Bubbles said on 31 Oct 2013 at 7:57 am:
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    “There are a lot of voters out there who know nothing about this election other than what they’ve seen in thirty second television commercials”

    Which is enough for most, apparently.

  5. J Doe said on 31 Oct 2013 at 5:48 pm:
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    Former Officer,

    The Tea Party was assembled from grass roots, and largely fiscal conservatives (primarily independents and conservatives) to put the brakes on the Obama administration and the Democratic controlled congress. Why would the republican party choose to not support a candidate of their party with ties to that group??? Failure of republicans to support this candidate probably means their party will be out of power for decades to come. Where is the BIG TENT?

  6. Anon said on 1 Nov 2013 at 5:42 am:
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    The Tea Party was formed to fight Obamacare, they were right about that one weren’t they?!

  7. Former Officer said on 1 Nov 2013 at 5:47 am:
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    When the tea party started I supported some of their beliefs. But when guys like Cruz comes along and takes the party to extreme levels then they can only expect to lose support. And lose support they are seriously doing.

  8. J Doe said on 1 Nov 2013 at 2:01 pm:
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    Yea, tea party opposed Tarp, Stimulus, Obamacare. I don’t see where Ken C. Has “hitched” himself to Ted C. But they are on the same team. Point being, if the republicans want to win, they better act together or they will ALL go down together. VOTERS will not support a party that doesn’t play as a team, with common goals. I for one want to see if Virginia republicans are a team on Nov 5th. they do have a good opportunity.

    This weekend Mcaulife ties himself to Obama and the Obamacare Boat-anchor one more time. . .

  9. MiddleWinger said on 1 Nov 2013 at 3:19 pm:
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    The goals of the Tea Party may have been good, but at some point, the people in government have to govern. It’s their job. Failing to do so gives the appearance, accurate or not, of incompetence. And incompetents don’t win elections.

  10. J Doe said on 1 Nov 2013 at 7:45 pm:
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    They do have good goals still, fiscal responsibility and constitutional government; neither of which are a stretch for conservatives or republicans. Since you mention governance, that does not appear at all as a quality on the Mcaulife resume, but does appear it will be a challenge for that candidate. So, given a normal support for a republican candidate, looks like Ken Cuccinelli has a good chance for success here!

  11. Ronald said on 3 Nov 2013 at 9:12 am:
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    We have finally nominated a true conservative ticket. We are going to win by 5-8 points. People have vastly underestimated the strength of true conservative Americans rising up for one of their own.

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