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Bob Marshall Forms Senate Exploratory Committee

by @ 7:13 am on December 21, 2007. Filed under 2008 Virginia Senate Race, Politics, Virginia, Virginia Politics

State Senator Bob Marshall is inching closer to running for the Republican nomination for Senate in 2008:

Del. Robert G. Marshall (R-Prince William) said Thursday he is forming an exploratory committee as he considers running for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against former Gov. James S. Gilmore III next year.

“I am pleased that many Republican party leaders, in addition to grass-roots citizens, have encouraged me to run,” Marshall said in a statement.

Marshall, known for his conservative views on social issues, led the fight against the recently approved transportation bill and helped win passage of a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions. He was reelected this year with 58 percent of the vote.

In a statement sent to reporters late Thursday afternoon, Marshall said supporters “agree on the need for a Republican candidate who fully supports the protection of the right to life from conception to natural death, the defense of fundamental constitutional liberties especially in times of crisis, preserving our right to property, securing the just fruits of our labor, and recognizing the duties we have to neighbor and conserving the gift of God’s created world for our children.”

So does this mean he’s the Mike Huckabee of Virginia ?

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3 Responses to “Bob Marshall Forms Senate Exploratory Committee”

  1. D.J. McGuire says:

    Doug,

    I don’t remember Huck going to court to stop an unconstitutional tax increase. Do you?

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  3. Mary says:

    Bob stands by his beliefs but he is not preachy like Hucakabee

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