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A Discussion of Contemporary Virginia Politics: The Rise and Fall of the GOP in Virginia
Former Virginia Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling will talk about the rise and fall of the Republican Party in Virginia, and the factors that have turned Virginia from blue, to red and back again over the past 50 years. Bolling, who is currently serving as a Visiting Professor at the Schar School of Government and Public Policy at George Mason University, will address what the GOP needs to do to become a more viable force in Virginia politics, and make certain that Virginia continues to have a credible two party political system.

Apr 28, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Bill Bolling
Former Lt. Gov. of Virginia
Bill Bolling, a Virginia native and first in his family to attend college, graduating with a BA degree in Political Science from the University of Charleston. After 22 years with the Reciprocal Group, a captive insurance company, Bolling worked for RCM&D, one of the nation’s largest independent insurance brokerage and risk management consulting firms. Bolling has had a distinguished career in Virginia public service. He served on the Board of Supervisors in Hanover County, spent ten years in the Virginia State Senate, and n 2005 was elected to his first term as the 39th Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. Bolling has the distinction of serving as Lieutenant Governor with both a Democratic and Republican Governor. Bolling joined the faculty of the Schar School of Policy and Government in 2020 as a Visiting Professor, where he teaches courses in State and Local Government and Politics. Bolling and his wife of 42 years, Jean Ann, have two sons.