Bolling Trumpets Job-Creation Efforts, Urges Vigilance
Monday, January 21, 2013
Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling (R) told business leaders from around Virginia Jan. 15 that the commonwealth must continue to strive and improve if it is to compete in the global marketplace.
"Just because Virginia is a great place today doesn't mean it always will be," he said.
Bolling, now in the final year of his second four-year term as lieutenant governor, dropped out of the gubernatorial race last November, but has hinted he may try to run as an independent candidate.
The lieutenant governor highlighted his efforts as McDonnell's chief jobs-creation officer, saying the state's pro-business message is beginning to resonate.
"More people are aware that business is not a bad thing and profit is not a four-letter word," Bolling said.
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