Cuccinelli makes campaign stop in Gloucester
At an event organized by the Gloucester Chamber of Commerce, Cuccinelli enjoyed lunch with about 30 members of the community at Bangkok Noi Thai Cuisine, including Del. Keith Hodges (R-Middlesex). Later, both men visited businesses around the Main Street area, mingling with merchants and shoppers.
While at Bangkok Noi, Cuccinelli told those in attendance that he grew up in the commonwealth, attended the University of Virginia and earned an engineering degree. He later attended George Mason University for law school.
After graduating, Cuccinelli said he started working with people in the court system suffering from mental illness. "It’s an awful lot of stuff left to do," he said. "It’s a very broad, very quiet problem." He also said he worked with veterans to help them get their proper benefits.
When Cuccinelli got married, his wife knew that he had enjoyed working for several political campaigns and told him if they got married, he could work on campaigns, but couldn’t run for political office.