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Governor Bob McDonnell

State of Virginia


Governor Bob McDonnell

Governor Bob McDonnell was sworn in as the 71st Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia on January 16, 2010. As Virginia’s chief executive, he is dedicated to implementing policies and initiatives that will create more jobs and opportunities for all Virginians. McDonnell served 21 years in the U.S. Army, both active duty and reserve, retiring as a lieutenant colonel in 1997. He graduated from University of Notre Dame (BBA), Boston University (MSBA) and Regent University (JD and MBA).
 


Article | July 18, 2013
The Commonwealth of Virginia — Staying Competitive in Today’s Global Marketplace   

By: Governor Bob McDonnell

The benefits of Virginia's east coast location are so numerous, you'd be negligent not to delve into the details of this article.


Article | June 30, 2012
Business Ventures are Part of Virginia’s DNA   

By: Governor Bob McDonnell

Virginia’s leadership can be attributed to many factors, including a pro-business environment, lower operating costs, 6% corporate income tax.


Article | July 18, 2011
Virginia: Diversity and Resiliency   

By: Governor Bob McDonnell

More than 400 years ago, British colonists came to Virginia shores as a business venture. Today, Virginia has preserved that legacy and expanded the...more >>


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