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Candidates for Attorney General Debate

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The candidates for Attorney General, Sen. Ken Cuccinelli and Del. Steve Shannon will meet tonight (Wednesday) in a debate in Northern Virginia. This will be their second debate in less then a week. The two sparred on WTOP radio last Friday morning.

The Debate is being held at the Prince William County campus of George Mason University. The event is being hosted by the Prince William Committee of 100 and is set to start at 7:30pm.

The liberal blog, Blue Commonwealth, is hosting a live stream of the debate, which you can find here.

Written by Ryan Nobles

October 7, 2009 at 7:10 pm

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  1. The reason I’m voting for Ken Cuccinelli: After viewing his campaign commercial last night regarding getting tough on judges making “marshmallow decisions” (my words) particularly on DUI repeaters, my son is a victim who’s paying approximately 95% of his income to a repeat offender (who happens to be the “mother”, uggh~ of his son). Because she is incarcerated, he has to pay her share of child support. Daphne Holt (Richmond) hit several cars with the baby unbuckled in the car while driving drunk, along with about 4 or 5 other DUI and drug warrants, but the judge barely tapped her hand, and let her out early to get engaged and sign on a house – not with my son, of course, but surely with his $1750.00 per month plus medical for only ONE child! What was the judge smoking when he saw her long record and did nothing? Why is this extreme monetary burden on my son who had his first beer in college, no driving mishaps, and a clean, secured government background clearance for his present job?
    I raised him right, and I believe you are right in going after judges who want to clear the docket quickly just to play a few holes of golf! Get them Ken!!

    Shirl Foxx

    October 12, 2009 at 5:04 pm

  2. The reason I’m voting for Ken Cuccinelli: After viewing his campaign commercial last night regarding getting tough on judges making “marshmallow decisions” (my words) particularly on DUI repeaters, my son is a victim who’s paying approximately 95% of his income to a repeat offender (who happens to be the “mother”, uggh~ of his son). Because she is incarcerated, he has to pay her share of child support. Daphne Holt (Richmond) hit several cars with the baby unbuckled in the car while driving drunk, along with about 4 or 5 other DUI and drug warrants, but the judge barely tapped her hand, and let her out early to get engaged and sign on a house – not with my son, of course, but surely with his $1750.00 per month plus medical for only ONE child! What was the judge smoking when he saw her long record and did nothing? Why is this extreme monetary burden on my son who had his first beer in college, no driving mishaps, and a clean, secured government background clearance for his present job?
    I raised him right, and I believe you are right in going after judges who want to clear the docket quickly just to play a few holes of golf! Get them Ken!!

    Shirl Foxx

    October 12, 2009 at 5:13 pm


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