Monday, May 16, 2011

Statement of Governor Bob McDonnell on Retirement of Bill Cleaveland from the General Assembly

Governor Bob McDonnell issued the following statement today following news that Delegate Bill Cleaveland has decided not to run for re-election to the General Assembly.
"Bill has been a force for good as a leader in the Roanoke community and in his time representing the 17th District of the House of Delegates in the Virginia General Assembly. As he departs the House of Delegates, the role he played in the passage of important transportation, public safety and education legislation will continue to be felt throughout the Commonwealth for years to come.
"I wish Bill the best in his future endeavors. I know he will enjoy spending more time with his wife Deborah and the rest of his family, and I commend him for his service to the people of the Commonwealth."

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