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Virginia's top Republicans on statewide get-out-the-vote tour

Anita Kumar

Gov. Bob McDonnell, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will fly around the state Sunday and Monday as part of a last-minute push to get out the vote Tuesday for Republicans in tight races.


On Sunday, the three will rally with Keith Fimian, challenging Rep. Gerry Connolly (D) in the 11th District; state Sen. Robert Hurt, running against U.S. Rep. Tom Perriello (D) in the 5th District and House of Delegates Majority Leader Morgan Griffith, who is challenging Rep. Rick Boucher (D) in the 9th District. Monday, they will appear with Scott Rigell, who is running against Rep. Glenn Nye in the 2nd District.

McDonnell, Bolling and Cuccinelli will be joined by Pat Mullins, chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, and on two stops by Rep. Bob Goodlatte, who faces no serious opposition.

This week, McDonnell, Bolling and Cuccinelli also have been holding a series of campaign events and fundraisers with the candidates.

See the full fly-around schedule below:

Sunday

1:30 p.m.: Rally in Northern Virginia with Gov. Robert McDonnell, Lt. gov. Bill Bolling, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, Va. GOP chairman Pat and congressional candidate Keith Fimian (11th District)

Fairfax County Republican Committee HQ
4246 Chain Bridge Rd.
Fairfax

5 p.m.: Rally in Charlottesville with McDonnell, Bolling, Cuccinelli, Mullins and congressional candidate Robert Hurt (5th District)

Charlottesville Victory Office
455 Albemarle Sq.
Charlottesville

7:30 p.m.: Rally in Blacksburg with McDonnell, Bolling, Cuccinelli, Mullins, Rep. Bob Goodlatte and congressional candidate Morgan Griffith (9th District)

Virginia Tech/Montgomery Airport
1601 Tech Center Dr.
Blacksburg

Monday

8 a.m.: Rally in Abingdon with McDonnell, Cuccinelli, Mullins and Griffith

Virginia Highlands Airport
18521 Lee Highway
Abingdon

11 a.m.: Rally in Lynchburg with McDonnell, Cuccinelli, Mullins, Goodlatte and Hurt

Lynchburg Victory Office
3700 Candler's Mountain Rd., Unit #2
Lynchburg

2 p.m.: Rally in Danville with McDonnell, Cuccinelli, Mullins and Hurt

Danville Victory Office
625 Piney Forest Rd, Suite 207
Danville

5:15 p.m.: Rally in Virginia Beach with McDonnell, Cuccinelli, Mullins and congressional candidate Scott Rigell (2nd District)

Crowne Plaza Hotel
4453 Bonney Rd.
Virginia Beach

By Anita Kumar  | October 28, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
Categories:  2010 Virginia Congressional Races, Anita Kumar, Bill Bolling, Election 2010, Keith Fimian, Ken Cuccinelli, Morgan Griffith, Robert F. McDonnell, Robert Hurt, Scott Rigell  
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Comments

Just can't wait to vote for Keith Fimian. Gerald Connolly has done enough damage to my district and my county. Keith Fimian for Congress, VA-11!

Posted by: mirabeaulamarr | October 29, 2010 9:10 AM | Report abuse

Mirabeaulamarr, double DITTO!!!!!

Posted by: lleatwo | October 29, 2010 10:57 AM | Report abuse

I can see Victory from my house!! My vote is already in. What a breath of fresh air Keith Fimian will be on Capitol Hill.

Posted by: alitip | October 29, 2010 12:39 PM | Report abuse

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