Ken Cuccinelli

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Kenneth T. 'Ken' Cuccinelli II (born July 30, 1968) is a former Virginia State Senator, and was elected Attorney General of Virginia in the 2009 election. He served on the Senate Courts of Justice Committee, Transportation Committee, Local Government Committee, and the Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee.

A Republican, Ken Cuccinelli is a principled conservative: he is pro-life regarding abortion, has received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association, and has a 100% pro-business voting record as rated by the National Federation of Independent Business. Cuccinelli publicly stated that it was very likely that President Barack Obama was born in Kenya, and that the validity of any law that he signed could be challenged to raise the question of Obama's citizenship. He is extremely critical of the homosexual agenda, and sent a letter to all public schools in Virginia demanding that they stop promoting and granting homosexuals protections they don't legally have.[1]

Cuccinelli, has demanded the seizure of documents from several professors at the extremely liberal college, University of Virginia, relating to the notorious liberal scandal, Climategate. [2]

Also he is opposed to illegal aliens.[3]