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Bolling Looks Back On Years As Lt. Governor

Bolling Looks Back On Years As Lt. Governor

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The only Virginia Republican who’s won two terms as Lieutenant Governor will be a private citizen again by this time next week.  Bill Bolling (pictured) will return to the private sector Saturday, after Democrat Ralph Northam takes his place. Bolling says one of his passions over the past four years has involved job creation. Bolling has spent most of his adult life in public office. That includes four years as a Hanover County supervisor, ten years in the state senate, and his eight years as Lieutenant Governor.

 

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