Monday, October 08, 2012

Bill Bolling to headline SWAC Breakfast this Saturday

You are invited to join

Lt. Governor Bill Bolling
  for a Dutch-treat breakfast on
Saturday, October 13, 2012
8:30 a.m.

Golden Corral

51 Apple Tree Lane
Waynesboro, VA 22980
(I-64, Exit 94)

Dutch treat buffet breakfast:
$10.25 includes coffee & juice

Join us to hear from Lt. Governor Bill Bolling (R) as we head into the final days of the 2012 campaign season. As Chairman of the Virginia campaign for Mitt Romney for U.S. President, Lt. Gov. Bolling has crisscrossed the Commonwealth on behalf of and appearing with Romney and Paul Ryan and the Republican ticket. 

Bill was at the Romney Rally at Fishersville last week when 17,000 people turned out to hear from Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, country singer Trace Adkins, Susan Allen, and other speakers. Bolling rallied the crowd in a voice that echoed off the Blue Ridge Mountains, "HELLO, SHENANDOAH VALLEY!" and a roar erupted from the sea of Republicans.

So come on out and hear Bill rally the troops this Saturday for these closing weeks of the presidential campaign followed by a Question & Answer session. Please invite your family and friends for this informative event.

Lynn Mitchell (

About Bill Bolling:
Bill Bolling was born and raised in the coalfields of blue collar parents who worked hard and saw him become the first member of the Bolling family to graduate from college.

While in college, he met and married his wife, Jean Anne. In 1981 they moved to the Richmond suburb of Mechanicsville in Hanover County where they put down roots and raised two sons, Matt and Kevin. Bill and Jean Ann have been married 32 years.

Professionally, Lieutenant Governor Bolling is employed as a Vice President with Riggs, Counselman, Michaels and Downes, one of the nation’s largest independent insurance agencies.

In 1991 Bill Bolling sought his first elected office. He was elected to the Hanover County Board of Supervisors and served as a member and Chairman of the Board until 1995.  While serving in local government, he also served as Chairman of the Greater Richmond Economic Development Partnership.

In 1995 Bill was elected to the Senate of Virginia. In one of Virginia's most hotly contested political campaigns, Bolling defeated a twenty-year incumbent and helped the Republican Party obtain parity in the Senate for the first time.

On November 8, 2005, Bill Bolling was elected to serve as the 40th Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. In an election year that favored Democrats, Bolling received more votes than any other statewide Republican candidate, a testimony to the strength of the campaign he ran and the effectiveness of the message he delivered to the people of Virginia.

On November 3, 2009, Bill Bolling was re-elected to a second four-year term as Lieutenant Governor with an impressive victory that claimed 57% of the popular vote.

During his second term as Lieutenant Governor, Bolling has focused his attention on getting Virginia’s economy moving again and creating jobs, serving as Chief Jobs Creation Officer in Gov. McDonnell's Cabinet.

The Lieutenant Governor is heading up Virginia's 2012 Mitt Romney for U.S. President campaign, working to return Republican leadership to the White House. 
Bill Bolling is running for Governor of Virginia in 2013.

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