The Score this week: Storming capitol square, rinsing Romney from the rules, Cuccinelli’s book and a surprise for DemocratsFeaturedPodcastsPoliticsVirginia

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

Scott Lee talks with Audrey Jackson of Americans for Prosperity about the group’s upcoming Lobby Day at the capitol, where activists will meet, greet and bend their legislators’ ears over taxes, education reform and, quite possibly, the Senate’s redistricting map.

Scott also talks with Morton Blackwell, Virginia’s committeeman to the Republican National Committee, about his effort to get the party to undo the rules changes foisted upon it during the Tampa convention.

I take the mic for a segment to speak with AG Ken Cuccinelli about his forthcoming book. We also touch on the topic of whether the Senate redistricting map will pass constitutional muster and how the Governor’s transportation plan is faring in the General Assembly.

And in his Two Minute Drill, Jim Hoeft talks about “surprises,” specifically, the surprise Senate Republicans popped on their Democratic counterparts over redistricting.

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