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On this podcast edition of “The Score” radio show…

Bearing Drift is at the Republican Advance, but the biggest news broke before the faithful gathered in Virginia Beach for their annual meeting. Scott Lee and Shaun Kenney talk about the substantial fallout from Bill Bolling’s bolt and his dalliance with an independent bid. What does it mean for the Virginia Republican party? How about conservatives? As the saying goes, this story is “developing…”

Elsewhere, the GOP field for the lieutenant governor nomination expanded again, with former Virginia Victory chairman Pete Snyder throwing his hat into the ring. We talk about why he is running, what some of his major campaign issues will be and why on earth so many good people are seeking the state’s top part-time job.*

And in his Two Minute Drill, revisits Bolling’s drop-out, and how anger rarely leads to good.

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*Our interview with GOP lt. governor candidate Susan Stimpson can be heard here. Our interview with lt. governor candidate Scott Lingamfelter can be heard here. Our interview with lt. governor candidate Corey Stewart can be heard here.