Trump woos Ken Cuccinelli, but the conservative hero has doubts.
Over the weekend, ex-Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli announced that he would not run for governor next year. Cuccinelli’s decision undoubtedly comes as a big relief to GOP strategists. Cuccinelli was Team Red’s 2013 nominee,...Show More Summary
Ken Cuccinelli (R) said “that he will not run again for governor, scrambling the contest and opening the door for a far-right conservative to vie for the Republican nomination in 2017,” the Washington Post reports.
Ted Cruz ensures that another ten delegates in Virginia (out of thirteen) are ultimately loyal to him. The post Delegate Allocation Watch: Ken Cuccinelli beats out Paul Manafort in Virginia. appeared first on RedState.
The move by the former state attorney general helps Ed Gillespie and others preparing campaigns.
As former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of the Ted Cruz campaign appeared as a guest on Tuesday's At This Hour with Berman and Bolduan, CNN anchor John Berman was called out by his Republican guest for showing "bias" thatShow More Summary
On ABC’s “This Week,” former Virginia attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, and now delegate coordinator for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), Ken Cuccinelli spoke up in defense of his party’s nominating system in this exchange: STEPHANOPOULOS: If you look at where this is going right now, it seems like even if Mr. Trump doesn’t get to 1,237, […]
A conversation with Cruz’s brand-new delegate guru For the last month, former Virginia attorney general and 2013 gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has been overseeing Ted Cruz’s crack delegate operation, which has been routing Donald Trump’s team at every turn. Show More Summary
ABC's "This Week" — Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders; Paul Manafort, adviser to Republican Donald Trump's presidential campaign; Ken Cuccinelli, adviser to Republican Ted Cruz's presidential campaign. NBC's "Meet the Press" — Gov. Show More Summary
Ken Cuccinelli, the former Virginia Attorney General who declared that gays are a “threat to society” and tried to keep in tact the state’s unconstitutional sodomy law while in office, has withdrawn his name from consideration for a… Read The post Notorious Homophobe Ken Cuccinelli Withdraws From Consideration For Spot on Virginia Supreme Court appeared first on Towleroad.
Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe has faced an extremely nasty, partisan Republican legislature in Virginia, and now they've taken it to a new level. RICHMOND — A Virginia Senate panel on Tuesday nominated former attorney general Ken Cuccinelli II to the Virginia Supreme Court, a move aimed at handing Gov. Show More Summary
Ken Cuccinelli, infamous for his witch hunt against climate scientist Michael Mann, could wind up on the bench.
There's no delicate way to say this. Ken Cuccinelli is not a particularly good lawyer. The post Meet The Anti-Sodomy Crusader Republicans Want To Put On A State’s Highest Court appeared first on ThinkProgress.
One of the prominent Republicans who vowed to oppose Donald Trump if he wins the GOP presidential nomination now says he will back whomever the party chooses.
The GROUP, a band of prominent conservatives led by the Senate Conservative Fund’s Ken Cuccinelli and the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins,...
On Thursday's New Day, CNN's Chris Cuomo invoked the Constitution to former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli over Senate Republicans' refusal to consider any potential Supreme Court nominee by President Obama: "The Constitution...[is] about nominating somebody and advise and consent. Show More Summary
At one caucus, "just four people took the stage, including former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who drew a chorus of boos when he announced his support for Ted Cruz," a newspaper reports.
LAS VEGAS -- If Ken Cuccinelli couldn't tell how bad it was out there, the boos did it for him. The former attorney general of Virginia, an early endorser of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), flew to Nevada for the caucuses and volunteered to speak before a big ten-precinct gathering in the retirement communities of Summerlin. He […]
The First Amendment protects our political rights. In the past few years, former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli (R) and state Sen. J. Chapman “Chap” Petersen (D-Fairfax) have had occasion to address these rights, in particular the right of association in connection to the GOP presidential primary. In 2012, Virginia Republicans became a national punchline when only […]
A point or two to add to last night’s piece on how the FBI will respond if the Department of Justice tries to ignore their assessment of potential criminal acts involving Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server… Ken Cuccinelli, the former...Show More Summary