Bolling to Virginia GOP: Go Ahead, Make My Day





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Published on Dec 7, 2012

Appearing on The John Fredericks Morning Radio Show, Va. Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, a lifelong Republican, reiterated his refusal to endorse his one-time rival, GOP presumptive gubernatorial candidate, Va. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for Commonwealth chief executive.

He says he can't violate his principles for political expediency, and questioned Cuccinelli's executive effectiveness.

Bolling suspended his own gubernatorial campaign last week, citing a contrived and exclusive nominating convention process that he said was rigged to benefit Cuccinelli.

The Attorney General is expected to face-off with former Democratic National Chairman Terry McAuliffe, a prolific and infamous Clinton fundraiser.

Bolling left the door open for an independent bid for governor himself, and says he's evaluating his options.

Concerning a rule in the Republican Party of Virginia that expels members that don't endorse their nominees, Bolling said it would have no influence on his decisions or his political future.


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