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Chesapeake Bishop E.W. Jackson, who mounted an unsuccessful run for U.S. Senate last year, emerged the wire-to-wire winner in the race for the GOP nomination for Virginia's lieutenant governor at the state GOP's nominating convention Saturday.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II will formally accept the Republican nomination for governor Saturday, but he'll stand alone at the top of the GOP with neither the man he hopes to succeed nor his onetime rival for the nomination in Richmond to help him unify the party.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is reaching out to women voters with his first television campaign ad for governor, starring his wife, Teiro.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II moved to withdraw his office Wednesday from prosecuting embezzlement charges against the former chef at the governor's mansion, citing an unspecified conflict of interest in the ongoing case.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's gubernatorial campaign said Monday that the "biggest joke" of this April Fools' Day is Democrat Terry McAuliffe's claim that he will put jobs first in The Old Dominion.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II helped kick off the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference with a measured address that was part rallying cry, part stump speech as the conservative darling gears up his push to become the next governor in what's now a solidly purple state.
One thing's for sure about the Conservative Political Action Conference, which begins Thursday. It starts bright and early at 8 a.m. sharp, and on a note of traditional patriotism and respectful gravitas, countering critics at Politico who already have declared that "CPAC muddle mirrors GOP mess," and deemed the event a "carnival."
A conservative Virginia-based political action committee is taking out its frustrations with Bob McDonnell and the transportation plan he brokered by airing ads in Iowa and New Hampshire blasting the Republican governor, who is expected to make a 2016 presidential run.
The Environmental Protection Agency will not appeal a January ruling that handed Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II a courtroom victory over a federal agency he has tangled with more than once with since being elected to office in 2009.
In his recent op-ed, "The truth about sex trafficking" (Web, Jan. 15), Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II says awareness is key to ending the brutal practice that tricks young girls ages 12 to 14 into prostitution. Mr. Cuccinelli quotes the figure of 300,000 children in the United States annually forced to prostitute themselves with no escape from their prisons.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II and the state's largest electric utilities are proposing to repeal financial incentives for using renewable energy after a report last year found that the millions of dollars in bonuses haven't yielded the intended environmental gains and have contributed to increases in customer bills.
If history is any indication, Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II's days in office should be numbered.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli hasn't hit full-speed-ahead mode yet in his campaign drive to governor; he's awaiting completion of the General Assembly session that just convened Wednesday. But when he does, he expects his recent win against the Environmental Protection Agency to provide a boost.
A recent ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency has given Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II his first clear-cut victory in the conservative's much-publicized skirmishes with the federal government.
The environmentalist movement has gone off the deep end. It's bad enough that the courts have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to declare carbon dioxide, one of the essential components of life on this planet, to be a pollutant.
"It doesn't seem like much thought was put into the opinion," she said. "The court's opinion basically precludes anyone from bringing a claim."
"We'll leave it to the Allen campaign and the attorney general to use state government resources to play politics in the Virginia Senate election," she said. "Governor Kaine is focused on working together with Virginians to strengthen our economy and create jobs."