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Topic - Chris Lacivita
Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe pushed back Friday against criticism from Republican lawmakers over the appointment of former GOP operative Boyd Marcus to the state's Alcoholic Beverage Control board.
A week after coming up short in his bid for governor, Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli penned a thank-you note to supporters Tuesday, writing that a few more days of talking about the botched roll-out of President Obama's health care overhaul could have been enough to push him over the top in his close race against Democrat Terry McAuliffe.
The campaign of Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II distanced itself from an anti-Semitic joke made Tuesday at a rally featuring the Republican gubernatorial candidate and conservative radio host Mark Levin.
Establishment Republicans in Washington are rallying around former Rep. Christopher Shays in his bid to become the party's Senate nominee in Connecticut this fall, arguing that he is the party's best chance to seize the seat of retiring Sen. Joe Lieberman.
With a sputtering national economy looming over the state and an increasingly unpopular president, some campaigns in Northern Virginia are turning away from fiscal issues and toward social issues, such as abortion and gun rights, ahead of the Nov. 8 statewide elections.
The big political bull's-eye on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's back isn't keeping her from campaigning for Democratic candidates in several states, even if she avoids some of the most conservative regions.
Mr. Cuccinelli's chief campaign strategist, Chris LaCivita, has said that the partial government shutdown in October helped seal his candidate's fate.
"It moved the disaster of Obamacare away from our narrative," Mr. LaCivita told National Review Online. "It sucked the oxygen out of the room. Instead of talking about Obamacare, we were talking about the shutdown."