P’Pool gets campaign help from Virginia attorney general

August 17, 2011 | | Comments 0

Todd P'Pool

By Jack Brammer

FRANKFORT – Todd P’Pool, Republican nominee for state attorney general, will be getting an assist in his campaign by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli.

P’Pool’s campaign said Wednesday that Cuccinelli, who was the first attorney general in the nation to litigate the new federal health care law in federal court, will participate in a Sept. 29 fund-raiser for P’Pool in Elizabethtown.

 “I am honored to have General Cuccinelli come to Kentucky and campaign on my behalf,” P’Pool said. “His conservative leadership against the unconstitutional health care law is a model that I pledge to replicate here in Kentucky.”

P’Pool, attorney for Hopkins County, is facing Democratic incumbent Jack Conway of Louisville in the Nov. 8 general election.

Earlier this week, P’Pool launched his first TV campaign ad.

The 30-second ad touts P’Pool as a conservative prosecutor in rural Kentucky.

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