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GOPAC Helps McDonnell, Va GOP

Anita Kumar

GOPAC, a national organization dedicated to electing Republicans to state and local office, is donating $100,000 to gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell and Virginia's House of Delegate candidates. More is expected to come.

The group is assisting several Republican House candidates in Northern Virginia including Del. Dave Albo (42nd district), Jay McConville (44th), Barbara Comstock (34th), Rich Anderson (51st) and Jim LeMunyon (67th).

"We are going to win because Bob McDonnell and Republicans running for the House of Delegates have better solutions to the issues that concern voters: low taxes, adequate transportation funding and patient-centered health care," Chairman Frank Donatelli said.

In the spring, GOPAC launched its first ever multi-media campaign to support McDonnell that includes cable TV ads and run ads online using Google search engine advertising, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other media. It also trained House candidates on how to best communicate GOP positions on healthcare and taxes.

By Anita Kumar  |  October 7, 2009; 2:28 PM ET
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Anita Kumar , Election 2009 , General Assembly 2009 , Robert F. McDonnell  
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Comments

Even though Governor McDonnell has this thing tied off in a bag, I must ask you leftists, how could you vote for Deeds over McCauliffe? I mean, a leftist is a leftist is a leftist, you're all crooked skunks, you might as well pick someone who doesn't wait around for the washington compost to carry him across the finish line..

Posted by: SMWE357 | October 7, 2009 2:51 PM | Report abuse

"Adequate transportation funding". Haha, if by that he means raping education and public health programs; pie-in-the-sky "drill-baby-drill" delusion; one-time-only revenue from selling ABC stores; and outright deception, then I guess Mr. Donatelli is correct.

Posted by: BigDaddyD | October 7, 2009 3:18 PM | Report abuse

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