The Score this week: bubbling Big Lines, Snyder’s “love” and apps, and Ken Cuccinelli stands for taxpayers

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

Scott Lee and Shaun Kenney break down the Virginia Big Line — and ponder the possibility that Bill Bolling could decide to challenge Terry McAuliffe for the Democratic nomination. Yikes. Plus, trouble back home for Susan Stimpson.

Scott talks with lieutenant governor candidate Pete Snyder about the state of his campaign — including “Operation Love,” and his new mobile app that’s aimed at making it easier for people to attend their mass meetings and become delegates to the party convention in May. And they go to a place where most candidates fear: what are his weaknesses?

Later, I take the mic to talk with the GOP gubernatorial nominee, Ken Cuccinelli. We talk about the reception his book “The Last Line of Defense,” is getting from folks on the left and right. Even his campaign tracker bought a copy.

And we get into the last big issues that stand before the General Assembly: Medicaid expansion and the transportation funding bill. I outlined his thoughts on transportation earlier in the week.

And Scott talks about a pizza shop in Virginia Beach offering a 15 percent discount to customers who have concealed carry permits. Is it the wave of the future?

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