Ken Cuccinelli Calls on Kathleen Sebelius to Resign Over ObamaCare

'That law is crumbling before our very eyes'

Ken Cuccinelli calls for Kathleen Sebilius' resignation (WJLA)

STERLING, Va. (WJLA) -- Trailing in all the major polls with two weeks remaining until the election, Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli knows voter turnout could be pivotal and, as such, he knows he needs to energize his base.

He did just that early Monday afternoon in front of a partisan crowd packed into a tiny strip-mall retail space that's serving as a his Sterling campaign headquarters.

As promised a few hours earlier by his campaign staffers, he called for the resignation of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and a one-year delay in implementing Obamacare.

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