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McDonnell Will Speak at Gala

Anita Kumar

Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell, the Republican nominee for governor this year, will speak at the Republican Governors Association annual gala Monday in Washington.

The gala is the RGA's largest event of the year and is attended by most of the nation's Republican governors.

Govs. Charlie Crist of Florida, Mark Sanford of South Carolina and Haley Barbour of Mississippi will be the featured speakers. McDonnell and New Jersey's former U.S. Attorney Chris Christie will also speak.

By Anita Kumar  |  February 17, 2009; 8:55 AM ET
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Anita Kumar , Election 2009 , Robert F. McDonnell  
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Yeah what a smart move.... I'm sure the residents of Northern Virginia want a governor who associates himself with the reactionary governors of Mississippi and South Carolina... yuck.

Posted by: FairfaxIsBlue | February 17, 2009 11:55 AM | Report abuse

Bob McDonnell will make a great Governor of Virginia! In a recent Rasmussen poll McDonnell lead both of the Democrat candidates (McAuliffe & Moran). Bob has been a very active Atty Gen in Virginia, leading the way to protect Virginia Families: During his 3 years as Attorney General, McDonnell has seen 83 of his 94 legislative proposals become law. He has been commended for his work to strengthen Virginia’s mental health laws, crack down on animal fighting, establish a “Senior Alert” to assist in locating missing seniors with mental deficiencies, create a state of the art Sex Offender Registry, and provide new tools for law enforcement involved in online investigations of identity theft, sexual predators, and other 21st Century criminals.
We are very pleased that he recently was presented with an award for his Support to Guard & Reserves. That's one reason many Miltary and Veterans support him.

O. P. Ditch

Posted by: opditch | February 19, 2009 6:13 AM | Report abuse

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