Thursday, September 13, 2012

Sen. Rand Paul endorses Cuccinelli for governor in 2013

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli

FAIRFAX – This evening, during his speech at the Liberty Political Action Conference 2012, Senator Rand Paul announced his support for Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s campaign for Governor of Virginia in 2013. Senator Paul had this to say about Attorney General Cuccinelli:

“I am proud today to announce my endorsement of Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli for Governor of Virginia. Ken has been a key leader nationally in the fight against unconstitutional overreaches of the federal government. He has been a true and consistent champion of liberty and as Governor will work to preserve and protect the principles our nation was founded on.

“Ken has a long and consistent track record of working to defend the Constitution. He was the first Attorney General in the nation to file a lawsuit against ObamaCare, he has fought against illegal and unconstitutional actions taken by the EPA and has changed the paradigm of how Attorneys General fight to defend the Constitution nationwide. Ken is a proven leader, with a proven record of fighting every day for liberty. I hope you will join me in supporting Ken Cuccinelli for Governor of Virginia.”

In accepting Senator Paul’s endorsement, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli said, “I am honored to receive Senator Paul’s endorsement. Senator Paul has been a true leader in the Senate in the fight for liberty. His work to rein in federal spending and fighting for our nation’s Founding Principles has been exemplary. I cannot thank Senator Paul enough for his gracious support. Senator Paul and I share the goal of defeating President Obama in November, and when we accomplish that goal, I look forward to his help in making sure that we are victorious in 2013.”

Posted By Valerie Garner

Categories: Election 2013, Elections, Politics, State Politics

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