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The National Conservative Fourth of July Soiree celebrates its 40th anniversary this summer, and is a great way to celebrate our nation’s founding with family and friends.
The soiree is held at Bull Run Regional Park located conveniently just west of Washington D.C. in Centreville, Virginia. The event runs from 12:00pm to 4:30pm on July 4. Admission is free for all thanks to the generosity of the sponsoring organizations.
Ken Cuccinelli is currently Lead Counsel for FreedomWorks and Senator Rand Paul's NSA Lawsuit. Cuccinelli recently founded Virginia Self Defense Law, PLC, a law firm dedicated to defending private citizens' Second Amendment rights.
Ken Cuccinelli was sworn in as Virginia’s Attorney General on January 16, 2010. As Attorney General, he has become best known for his efforts to preserve liberty and defend the US Constitution.
Prior to assuming this role, he was a leading conservative member of the Virginia Senate from 2002 until 2010. His experience as a small business owner and an attorney had uniquely prepared him for his role in the General Assembly where he served on the Courts of Justice Committee, Transportation Committee, Local Government Committee, Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee, and the Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources Committee.
As a state senator, Ken led the fight to defend constitutional rights, stop tax increases, protect life and families, and keep Virginia a low-regulation and pro-free market state.
From 2005 up to the present day, Ken has worked tirelessly to pass meaningful eminent domain laws that now prevent local and state governments from taking private homes and businesses for developers’ projects instead of for true public uses. Ken also had a strong record of supporting our police officers as they protect our communities. He passed legislation that stopped local governments from unfairly exploiting our law enforcement officers’ overtime work.
In his recent close race for Governor of Virginia, the CNN election day exit polls showed that he carried the youngest segment of voters, those from age 18 to 24, by a margin of 45% to 39% over Terry McAuliffe.
Prior to assuming the office of Attorney General, Ken was a small business owner and partner in the law firm of Cuccinelli & Day, in Fairfax. He was a business law attorney with a particular focus on serving as an outsourced general counsel to small and mid-sized companies. His wide range of experience included litigation, licensing, financing, employment, advertising, branding, corporate formation, business transactions and contracts for both domestic and international clients. Ken also had experience in public interest, constitutional law and property rights cases.