Skip to comments.Ken Cuccinelli Named Head of Senate Conservatives Fund
Posted on 06/14/2014 7:57:59 PM PDT by kingattax
Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is the new president of the Senate Conservatives Fund.
"One of Virginia's strongest grass-roots conservatives is joining our team," Matt Hoskins, the organization's executive director, said in a statement Wednesday on its website.
Hoskins also referenced House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's loss in the state's Republican primary on Tuesday, calling it "a major victor for freedom" for "the grass-roots in Virginia."
Cantor, 51, who resigned his leadership post Wednesday, lost to little-known college professor David Brat, 49, a political newcomer who was backed by the tea party. It was one of the biggest political upsets of the 2014 campaign season.
Cuccinelli, 45, a Republican, lost the race for Virginia governor to Democrat Terry McAuliffe in November. He served a four-year term as attorney general and spent eight years in the Virginia Senate, from 2002 to 2010.
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I really like KC. Awesome news
I am still steaming mad that Bill Bolling and other GOPe douchebags betrayed KC and made McAuliffe governor.
“Bolling’s long time consultant Boyd Marcus, whom he paid $109,818 from 2010 to 2013 “shocked the political world,” as the Washington Post reported, by going to work for the McAuliffe campaign. During the month of September, the McAuliffe campaign paid Marcus a hefty $20,000 consulting fee.”
An outstanding pick of an honest and dependable conservative.
Yes it is. He's a good man and a Conservative. But I repeat myself. :)
“I am still steaming mad that Bill Bolling and other GOPe douchebags betrayed KC and made McAuliffe governor.”
Sucks, but I think we got their attention last week.