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TV's Duggar Family to Campaign for Cuccinelli

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A busload of reality television stars - all from the same family - will cruise through Virginia to support Republican Ken Cuccinelli's gubernatorial campaign.
    
The Duggar family from the TLC series "19 Kids and Counting" is planning a three-day bus tour starting Monday. The Duggars will make stops in Lynchburg, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Fredericksburg and Woodbridge in support of Cuccinelli, the father of seven.
    
The tour is sponsored by Family Research Council Action. The executive director of the conservative advocacy group is 25-year-old Josh Duggar, the oldest of the 19 Duggar children.

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