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McDonnell: Palin is "qualified" to be president


Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) said Wednesday on MSNBC that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) is qualified to be president of the United States. "Listen, I think Sarah Palin's been a mayor, she's been governor of a state. I happen to be partial and think governors make great chief executive officers and have the experience to be good chief executive officers of the United States,'' McDonnell told host Andrea Mitchell. "I think Sarah Palin is qualified. I think Republicans are going to have 10 or more people that are looking to run for president in 2012 . I look forward to talking ...


McDonnell gives road board $1.1B in recouped cash


Gov. Bob McDonnell will put the bulk of $1.45 billion in savings found in a private audit of the Virginia Department of Transportation into the hands of the state board that decides which roads get built. Under the action plan McDonnell approved, The Commonwealth Transportation Board will decide by June where to direct more than $1.1 billion in recouped cash and credits. The board, comprised of gubernatorial appointees who serve staggered terms, sets the state's highway construction and upkeep priorities each June when it approves its six-year improvement plan. About half of the ...


McDonnell hires consultant to study ABC options


Richmond, Va. -- His first crack at privatization stalled, Gov. Bob McDonnell has turned to a consulting group to find other ways for the state to exit the liquor business and to have an independent accounting of what the changes could mean. The PFM Group, a national financial-management advisory firm hired by the administration for $76,900, is exploring new ways to privatize at least part of the state's liquor monopoly, including turning over the retail operation to the private sector but keeping government control of the wholesale operation. "We want to also make sure that people are ...



 
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