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Bolling begins to raise money for his gubernatorial campaign

Anita Kumar

Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling will hold his first fundraiser since forming his campaign committee to run for governor in 2013.

Bolling hosts an annual "Burgers with Bill" fundraiser in June to celebrate his birthday. This year, the proceeds from the June 15 event will go to his gubernatorial campaign. Check out the invitation (pdf).

In the past, Bolling has welcomed special guests at the event, including former presidential candidate Mitt Romney and former senator George Allen. This year, there will be no special guests, but his staff still expects a couple hundred people.

(In case, you were wondering Bolling will be 53.)

Bolling (R) quietly formed Friends of Bill Bolling on March 26, soon after the 60-day legislative session ended.

In spring 2008, Bolling surprised many people, including then-Attorney General Bob McDonnell, by deciding to seek reelection. McDonnell and Bolling ran as a team last year, and McDonnell has pledged to support Bolling for governor in 2013.

By Anita Kumar  |  June 2, 2010; 8:00 AM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Bill Bolling  
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