McDonnell to speak about jobs at D.C. conference
We've told you before that Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell was going to be in high demand after his landslide win over Democratic state Sen. Creigh Deeds last November.
Here's another example:
McDonnell will be the keynote speaker in Washington later this month at a jobs conference sponsored by the American Action Forum.
He will be introduced by major Republican donor Fred Malek. (You may recall that McDonnell was supposed to be Malek's guest at the black-tie Alfalfa Club dinner a couple weeks ago, but he canceled at the last minute because of snow).
The American Action Network and its sister organization, American Action Forum, will officially launch the day before the jobs conference with former Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman as its leader.
February 11, 2010; 4:48 PM ET
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