Conservative Victory PAC is hosting a fundraiser tonight in Fairfax that features Ken Cuccinelli.
The PAC is based in Maryland and has a lot of Maryland names involved in their activities.
They have been criticized by Red Maryland recently for their Virginia activities. Michael Swartz disagreed with their’ assessment. Without getting into that debate, I have some updates from on the ground in Fairfax.
Dan Bongino is there and a speaker. Michael Steele and Bob Ehrlich are both there and on the host committee. Maryland gubernatorial candidates Ron George and David Craig are there, but Charles Lollar is not. Maybe he didn’t know about the event or what CVPAC is? (Hey, that excuse worked for the MSEA convention.)
It’s really puzzling that Lollar isn’t at an event where he could network with people who are willing to give money to conservative candidates.
One additional note that may be burying the lede slightly: Ken Cuccinelli’s campaign staff is not allowing any video recording of his speech at the event. He is the only speaker that such a ban is in place for at the event. Are they gun-shy after the secret recordings of Mitt Romney or, as Virginia operatives, are they still remembering George Allen and the “macaca” comment?
Of course, if Lollar was there, his campaign “volunteer” Jason Boisvert would have to be wary of that recording ban lest he wind up a guest of the commonwealth.
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