Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling today announced the Virginia Mainstream Project’s support of candidates in several contested Republican primaries this month. Bolling recently created the VMP in part to focus on electing mainstream, conservative Republicans to public office.
Mark Warner leads three potential top Republican challengers for his Senate seat by double-digit margins, according to a new poll.
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling today announced the formation of the Virginia Mainstream Project. The Virginia Mainstream Project is a state-based political action committee that will focus on electing mainstream Republicans to public office and promote responsible policy solutions to the most important challenges facing the Commonwealth.
Democratic Party gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe today reiterated his support for implementation of Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell’s bipartisan transportation compromise and urged Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the presumptive GOP nominee to run for governor, to promise to implement the legislation despite his personal opposition.
Republican Ken Cuccinelli has a small lead over Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the first polling in the 2013 Virginia governor’s race done since Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling confirmed that he will not run as an independent.
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling announced today that he will not mount an independent campaign for governor, citing financial, political and personal reasons for the decision.
Another poll, this one from Quinnipiac, has Bill Bolling in the low teens in a possible three-way gubernatorial race with Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
A party-line vote in the State Senate on Friday passed HB 1337, which limits the forms of identification voters can use at the polls.
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling cast the tie-breaking vote on Monday in support of a floor amendment to SB719 regarding voter identification requirements.