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Blunt Has Stepped Down

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Rep. Eric Cantor (R.-Va.)

House Minority Whip Roy Blunt has officially stepped down from his post clearing the way for Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor to pursue the position.
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Cantor was elected to Congress in 2000 and skyrockted to a well-respected place in the party. He was, for a short time, rumored to be a potential vice presidential pick for John McCain. As Finance Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee Cantor proved himself to be a tenacious fundraiser and message man for the GOP.

Cantor has a conservative voting record. In the 109th Congress he voted for spending limits, drilling in ANWR, to limit interstate abortion, prohibit same-sex marriage and to build a border fence.

He did, however, support the disastrous Medicare prescription drug bill in 2005.

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