BATTLEGROUND VIRGINIA: Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling on presidential race

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) - In the fifth installment of “Battleground Virginia” we sit down with Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling and get his take on the state of the presidential race. 

Bolling was one of Gov. Mitt Romney’s earliest supporters, way back in 2007, and he talks about Romney’s relationship with Democrats with whom he worked in Massachusetts when they controlled the State House and he was governor. 

He talks about Romney’s performance in the first presidential debate.  

And Bolling also talks about how sequestration will impact Virginia and how Congress – and both parties— did not help themselves by passing the legislation in the first place.