On this podcast edition of “The Score” radio show…
Our special correspondent Rick Sincere interviews Republican lieutenant governor candidates Susan Stimpson and Pete Snyder about their major campaign themes, while I have a chat with Attorney General, and presumptive Republican gubernatorial nominee, Ken Cuccinelli. We discuss his office’s win over the EPA in a Fairfax County case where the agency had tried to regulate water as a pollutant. But more importantly, I ask the AG whether he intends to resign his post in order to pursue the governorship full-time.
And in his Two minute Drill, Jim Hoeft welcomes the beginning of the General Assembly session, which will include debates over transportation, education, uranium mining and more. Regrettably, Virginia’s Democrats are still fixating on a fictitious “war on women.” And in pursuit of that narrative, they have already gone off the rails.
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