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Foster Said Va Beach Supports Him in AG Race

Tim Craig

David M. Foster, a Republican candidate for attorney general, claims he's won a majority of the delegates to the state GOP convention from Virginia Beach.

Foster said Virginia Beach will have the second highest number of total delegates to convention on May 29 to 30 behind Fairfax County.

I'm excited that our campaign is continuing to build on the momentum we started in Alexandria," said Foster, referring to his claim that he also won a majority of delegates from Alexandria. "This victory in Virginia Beach should make it clear that Republicans statewide are responding to my message of common sense conservative solutions to the real problems Virginians face."

Foster, an attorney and former chairman of the Arlington County School Board, is running against Sen. Ken Cuccinelli II and former U.S. Attorney John Brownlee for the GOP nomination for attorney general.

Last week, Cuccinelli claimed he had jumped into an early lead in the overall delegate count. Over the next several weeks, all county and city GOP committees will be holding meetings to allocate delegates.

By Tim Craig  |  March 3, 2009; 11:12 AM ET
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Dave Foster was also just endorsed by Tom Davis.

Posted by: steveincville | March 3, 2009 2:44 PM | Report abuse

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