McDonnell to speak to U.S. House Republicans
Gov. Bob McDonnell will speak to the Republican Study Committee, a group of conservative U.S. House members, Wednesday morning on Capitol Hill.
He plans to talk about how he ran his campaign last year and the importance of delivering on campaign pledges, said Phil Cox, McDonnell's senior adviser.
McDonnell gave a similar talk to the House Republican caucus in July. Republicans, eager to duplicate McDonnell's success in November's elections, have been trying to line up the governor since his 17-point win over Democratic state Sen. R. Creigh Deeds (Bath) in November.
McDonnell was supposed to speak to U.S. House Republicans in January at their annual retreat, "Winning Back America," in Baltimore, but canceled at the last minute because of the impending snowstorm.
September 15, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
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