Bill Bolling named Honorary Chairman of the Republican Lieutenant Governor’s Association
Great news for Bill Bolling! The Lt Gov is receiving some nation wide recognition for his leadership.
BOLLING NAMED CHAIRMAN OF REPUBLICAN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S ASSOCIATION
Virginia's Lieutenant Governor to head up RLGA efforts to elect Republicans across America
March 19, 2007
Richmond - Virginia's Lieutenant Governor, Bill Bolling, has been named Honorary Chairman of the Republican Lieutenant Governor's Association. The RLGA is a part of the Republican State Leadership Committee, a national organization based in Washington, DC.
The Republican Lieutenant Governor's Association was formed in 2004 with the mission of electing more Republican Lieutenant Governor's nationwide. Of the 43 states that have a Lieutenant Governor, Republicans currently hold 21 of these seats.
"I am honored that my colleagues have asked me to serve as Honorary Chairman of the Republican Lieutenant Governor's Association," Lieutenant Governor Bolling said. "I look forward to working with them to elect more Republican Lieutenant Governors across the nation in the years to come.
As Honorary Chairman of the RLGA, Bolling will work with the Association's staff and Executive Committee on fund raising and strategic matters.
Other members of RLGA's Executive Committee include Lieutenant Governor's Casey Cagle of Georgia, Peter Kinder of Missouri, Andre Bauer of South Carolina and Ron Ramsey of Tennessee.
Bolling, who was elected Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in 2005 after serving ten years in the State Senate, also serves on the Executive Committee of the National Lieutenant Governor's Association.
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