U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) will campaign in Fairfax Monday for Republican gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, in a "Get Out the Vote Rally."
The rally will take place at The Waterford, 12025 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy. in the Fair Lakes area of Fairfax. The event had previously been scheduled at the firehouse on University Drive in Fairfax City near George Mason University, but rumor has it attendance is expected to be quite high, and the event was moved to the Waterford to be able to accommodate more attendees.
Sen. Paul has been urging Libertarians of late to vote for Cuccinelli over the Libertarian candidate Robert Sarvis, calling himself a "Libertarian Republican."
Sen. Paul recently told FreeRepublic.com, “I consider myself to be a libertarian conservative, a libertarian Republican. A lot of things [Cuccinelli] talks about are free-market, limited-government, leave-me-alone government. I think there is a lot to like there."
“What I’m excited about in Ken Cuccinelli is that he is smart, he is articulate, and he has a keen sense of justice,” Paul continued, saying Cuccinelli’s attempt to challenge the Affordable Care Act in court was "one of the things that catapulted a nationwide debate over the constitutionality of the health care law."
Those interested in attending the rally should RSVP throughCuccinelli's website.
On Tuesday, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana will campaign with Cuccinelli in a rally in Bristow.
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