Sunday, August 21, 2011

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's Statement about Dick Black

Trouble viewing this email? Read it online


In January, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli issued a statement about Dick Black saying, "Dick is known throughout Virginia as a distinguished conservative leader.  His bold insistence on prudent spending and constitutional governance made him one of the most effective and influential figures in the General Assembly.  His fiscal and social conservatism will help Virginia to refocus on creating jobs and improving the economy.

This statement was issued just before Attorney General Cuccinelli hosted a campaign kick-off fundraiser in Ashburn for Dick Black and prior to the most recent changes to the district lines when he announced that he would remain neutral in the race for the 13th State Senate District. 

When Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli was running for Senate for the first time, he ran against a well-known, well-funded opponent.  Cuccinelli's opponent was considered a shoe-in and had a long list of endorsers.  Delegate Dick Black met with Cuccinelli and determined that he was the best candidate.  Although Cuccinelli did not yet have a single endorsement by an elected official, Dick Black wasn't afraid to stand alone in his endorsement of Cuccinelli because it was the right thing to do.  Black helped him gather other endorsements and assisted financially.  When Ken Cuccinelli won his first election, it was a major political upset for the establishment.

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and Dick Black worked extensively on fiscal and social issues together in the General Assembly.  Together they made a big impact in Richmond.  

This Tuesday, August 23rd please vote for Dick Black for State Senate

For more information about Dick Black please visit:

Visit us on Facebook
# # #


Black For Senate
Leesburg, Va

Website and Email Designed by DesignB Studios (

You are subscribed to this mailing list as Please click here to modify your message preferences or to unsubscribe from any future mailings. We will respect all unsubscribe requests.

No comments:

Post a Comment