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    McDonnell, Jindal to visit Loudoun on Wednesday

    Gov. Bob McDonnell will be joined by fellow Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana in Loudoun County Wednesday to campaign for Mitt Romney.

    The Sterling event at Tart Lumber Company—coming less than four weeks before election day—will be the final stop for Jindal and McDonnell on a day-long trek that includes visits in Portsmouth and Chester.

    The Republican leaders are expected to arrive at Tart Lumber around 4:30 p.m. The Sterling hardware store, located at 22183 Shaw Road, hosted former Virginia governor and current Senate candidate George Allen on a campaign stop over the summer.

    McDonnell and Jindal’s visit comes a day after a major Loudoun event for the Democrats; first lady Michelle Obama is slated to speak Tuesday night at the Loudoun County Fairgrounds.


    -Trevor Baratko

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    Absolutely, this post is a unique post that I have searching.Every one are congratulate to visit here.


    It would be completely expected that the leader of the Loudoun GOP, Eugene Delgaudio be there on stage. 

    Anything less would be hypocritical.


    Will Delgaudio be on stage with them, or will they order him to stay away???


    McDonnell for President.

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