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- Political Web site of Bill Bolling, Republican incumbent Lt. Governor of Virginia. Web site contains biographical information, issues, press information, campaign news, photographs, campaign commercials, contact information and Bolling's blog
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- On November 8, 2005 Bill Bolling defeated Leslie Byrne, 51%-49% to become Virginia's 40th Lieutenant Governor. Bolling won re-election on November 3, 2009, defeating Jody Wagner, 56%-44%. Prior to his election as Lt. Governor, Bolling served ten years in the Virginia State Senate.
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