Ken Cuccinelli Named Legislator of the Year

November 22, 2008

Congratulations to Ken Cuccinelli for being named “Legislator of the Year” by The Family Foundation!  I couldn’t think of a better legislator to give this award to, since Cuccinelli stands strong for protecting family values.

Here is the media release from the Cuccinelli campaign:

Cuccinelli named Family Foundation

Legislator of the Year

(Richmond, VA) – State Senator Ken Cuccinelli was named “Legislator of the Year” by The Family Foundation at their 2008 Annual Gala this evening.

“It’s very humbling to be singled out among all of our dedicated pro-family representatives in Richmond,” said Cuccinelli.  “But our efforts in Richmond on behalf of Virginia’s families couldn’t be successful without the hard work of groups like The Family Foundation.”

“The traditional values we grew up with are under daily assault by liberals in Washington and Hollywood.  We are not immune to the attacks on our culture here in Virginia and need to stand up for faith and families.”

State Senator Ken Cuccinelli has been a member of the Virginia Senate since 2002 and a leader on family issues.  He was a leader in the campaign for the Marriage Amendment in 2006, and was the tie breaking vote to override Governor Warner’s veto of the partial birth abortion ban.  Ken and his wife Teiro have five daughters and one son.
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Cross posted at Crystal Clear Conservative


2 Responses to “Ken Cuccinelli Named Legislator of the Year”

  1. […] from the Family Foundation of Virginia for their voting in that session — and both would later receive the group’s “Legislator of the Year” […]

  2. […] 2008, VFF named “abortion and sex agenda” champion Ken Cuccinelli its Legislator of the Year. It also made its legislative priorities maintaining an “abstinence-based” sexuality […]

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