“I knew there had to be a better way to ensure the safety of Virginia passengers.”
Virginia’s new governor’s transition from moneyman to elected official is complete —with an inauguration day ceremony and party just for him. The Clintons weren’t far away, though.
“Ken Cuccinelli wants to make oral sex a felony. You can stop him,” the posters claimed. The Democratic Party of Virginia pulled the sexual-pun-filled posters after questions came from a local TV station.
New Purple Strategies poll shows Democrat Terry McAuliffe leading Republican Ken Cuccinelli 43% to 38%. “With 19% undecided and nearly two months to go,
this race remains volatile,” the pollster says.
The Democratic gubernatorial nominee and former DNC chairman wouldn’t take a position on a major northern Virginia transportation project connecting two of the state’s counties at Friday’s gubernatorial forum. McAuliffe said he doesn’t make decisions until he has all the facts in front of him.
The Republican Governors Association goes on the air with a new ad about an SEC investigation into McAuliffe’s former company. But no word on his candidate’s ties to another controversy in Virginia.
“Why is Terry McAuliffe Playing Politics Instead of Protecting Our Children?” the Cucinelli for Governor campaign’s website asks. “Everyone supports strong laws to protect children,” McAuliffe’s spokesman counters. “Ken Cuccinelli … believes that being gay should result in criminal prosecution and jail time.”
“We don’t bid on big car plants here and shame on us.”
“I’m not chairman of the national party so I’ll give my honest opinion.”
“He just wasn’t going into a new year with a Democrat not being in the White House, Steve. He just couldn’t handle it.”
A blog post quotes a line from McAuliffe’s book but doesn’t doesn’t provide the context.
The Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate has a history of singing praise for whatever network he is on, while dissing the other networks.
The Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate was speaking at a 2006 C-SPAN event on “insiders’ views” of Washington.
It’s not clear what their new gig is, but it’s going to be in the states, so it’s time to celebrate.
Although some can still be bought — for a price and your health.
Your entire life was a lie. If the core isn’t bad for you, what else weren’t we told?
“No it’s not a cult, we’re just vegetarian Christians.”
The Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate wrote about his life as a Washington insider and money man in his 2007 memoir What A Party. He’s probably regretting some of it.
The FBI released an Arabic-language video in an attempt to solicit tips about three individuals they believe could possibly be involved in the Sept. 11 attacks on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Congressman Joe Kennedy, Collins’ old Stanford roommate, was instrumental in the NBA center coming out as gay.
The Democratic candidate for governor of Virginia is giving Frank Underwood a run for his money.
Another time: “We got to the dinner and by then Dorothy was in tears, and I left her with Justin and went inside.” But he raised a million bucks.
Welcome to Diet-Coke-Aholics Anonymous.
The Republican candidate for governor in Virginia may have his eye on a bigger perch. KenCuccinelliForPresident.com has been registered by a consultant.
This video. “One of the best congressmen Virginia’s ever had,” said Obama, who is now being courted by Terry McAuliffe in his bid for governor of Virginia.