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Ken Cuccinelli Moves Closer To Bid For AG

Tim Craig

Sen. Ken Cuccinelli II, a conservative GOP lawmaker from Fairfax County, is beginning to solicit support for a possible bid for attorney general in 2009.

Cuccinelli is inviting Richmond-area GOP activists to an event March 3 for a "discussion of GOP politics and the 2009 elections," according to an invitation for the event.

"My wife and I are thinking about the possibility of me running for Attorney General in 2009, and I would appreciate the opportunity to talk with activists in the Richmond area about 2009 and the future of the GOP," the invitation states.

Cuccinelli stresses the gathering, to be held at the home of William and Kristie Richards, is not a fundraiser. It is illegal for delegates and senators to raise money for a state race during the legislative session, which doesn't end until March 8.

By Tim Craig  |  February 27, 2008; 8:51 AM ET
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