The newly-minted republican ticket has been flying around the state since the GOP convention ended in Richmond Saturday. Tuesday, they landed in Albemarle County, speaking before a group of more than 100 Republican voters.
Gubernatorial nominee Ken Cuccinelli stood with lieutenant governor nominee E.W. Jackson and attorney general nominee Mark Obenshain - all rallying the crowd around their message of smaller government, in a region often aligned with the Democratic Party.
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