(WUSA9) --- On November 5, 2013 Virginians will be electing a new Governor.
Republican Ken Cuccinelli is one man who wants the job.
Attached please watch the raw interview Cuccinelli did with WUSA9's Peggy Fox on Wednesday,May 8th.
Here is biographical information on Cuccinelli taken from hiscampaign website:
Ken Cuccinelliwas sworn in as Virginia's Attorney General on January 16, 2010.
As Attorney General, he has become best known for his efforts to preserve liberty and defend the US Constitution.
Prior to assuming this role, he was a leading conservative member of the Virginia Senate from 2002 until 2010. His experience as a small business owner and an attorney had uniquely prepared him for his role in the General Assembly where he served on the Courts of Justice Committee, Transportation Committee, Local Government Committee, Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee, and the Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources Committee.
As a state senator, Ken led the fight to defend constitutional rights, stop tax increases, protect life and families, and keep Virginia a low-regulation and pro-free market state.
From 2005 up to the present day, Ken has worked tirelessly to pass meaningful eminent domain laws that now prevent local and state governments from taking private homes and businesses for developers' projects instead of for true public uses. Ken also had a strong record of supporting our police officers as they protect our communities. He passed legislation that stopped local governments from unfairly exploiting our law enforcement officers' overtime work.
Prior to assuming the office of Attorney General, Ken was a small business owner and partner in the law firm of Cuccinelli & Day, in Fairfax. He was a business law attorney with a particular focus on serving as an outsourced general counsel to small and mid-sized companies. His wide range of experience included litigation, licensing, financing, employment, advertising, branding, corporate formation, business transactions and contracts for both domestic and international clients. Ken also had experience in public interest, constitutional law and property rights cases.
Ken's wife, Teiro, was almost the girl next door. Actually, she lived three doors down from his family's Northern Virginia home. Ken and Teiro married in 1991, after Ken graduated from the Engineering School at The University of Virginia and Teiro graduated from James Madison University with a Business Degree. After over 20 years of marriage, they have been blessed with five daughters and two sons.
Ken and Teiro are active members of Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Gainesville.