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Former Trump DHS official Ken Cuccinelli meets with Jan. 6 committee

The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot interviewed former Homeland Security official Ken Cuccinelli last week, a representative for Cuccinelli confirmed to NBC News on Friday. The representative said Cuccinelli, a DHS official during the Trump administration, was asked about the events of Jan. 6 and the agency's preparations...
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Ken Cuccinelli: Youngkin's strong showing against McAuliffe in Virginia gubernatorial race is no accident

I have won statewide in Virginia, and I have lost statewide in Virginia, and right now – less than one week out from Election Day – Virginia feels like victory for the GOP. There are good reasons why Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin is beating out the state’s former leader Terry McAuliffe for governor, and there’s reason to hope for a GOP sweep of all three statewide offices.
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Eleven questions for Ken Cuccinelli

Eleven Questions for … Ken Cuccinelli: Welcome to our weekly interview feature, in which we talk to lawmakers, lobbyists, administration officials and other Washington characters. We chatted with Cuccinelli, who served as acting deputy homeland security secretary during the Trump administration, about how Glenn Youngkin can defeat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia governor's race; why Republicans don't actually want to fix the immigration system; and his work to help the GOP pass state election laws.
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KEN CUCCINELLI: N.C. should block this Duke Energy power grab

EDITOR'S NOTE: Ken Cuccinelli, a Republican, served as attorney general of Virginia from 2010 until 2014. As the former Attorney General in Virginia, I’ve been following the advancement of an energy bill -- House Bill 951 -- in the North Carolina General Assembly. Virginia and North Carolina have similar monopoly-controlled...
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Rep. Louie Gohmert Hires Former Trump Appointee Ken Cuccinelli as Attorney in Lawsuit Over New House Screening Rules

Two Republican lawmakers suing House officials over new security screening rules have hired attorney Ken Cuccinelli, one of former President Donald Trump’s most controversial political appointees, to represent them in their legal battle, according to court documents filed Sunday evening. Cuccinelli, the pugnacious former Attorney General of Virginia, was one...
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Winchester Star

Ken Cuccinelli to attend club's scholarship awards presentation

WINCHESTER — Ken Cuccinelli, former acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security and former Virginia attorney general, will be at Winchester Country Club on June 2 for the announcement of the winners of the inaugural Kay Gunter Memorial Scholarships. The event begins at 11:30 a.m. Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded...
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Ken Cuccinelli: SR1, Senate version of House voting rights bill, will silence generations of American voices

In 2019, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said, "election security is necessary…if Americans don't believe their elections are on the up-and-up, woe is us as a country and as a democracy." That was just 18 months ago, but Democrats in Washington who once spoke in support of honest elections have shifted radically to the left to make room for a dangerous and unpopular transformation of America’s elections.
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Washington Post

ICE’s union can basically veto any Biden immigration plan — thanks to Ken Cuccinelli

WITH THE stroke of a pen on Jan. 19, the day before President Biden took office, employees of the federal government’s main deportation agency were empowered to thwart the new administration’s policies. The union representing Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, a longtime ally of former president Donald Trump, was handed what amounts to a veto over the White House thanks to the machinations of one man: Ken Cuccinelli, then-acting deputy secretary at the Department of Homeland Security.
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