Like it or not, this is the team that will be leading our Commonwealth for the next four years. The RTD has this little profile on the three. It notes interestingly that none of the three men were actually born in the Commonwealth.
The relationship between Kaine and Bolling will certainly be the most interesting to watch since Bolling may well have some sway over how smoothly Kaine's agenda advances in the General Assembly.
In addition, Warner's decision last week to call for DNA testing of an executed individual may well set up an interesting confrontation between Tim Kaine and Bob McDonnell. While the RTD article notes that both men are Roman Catholics, don't make the mistake of thinking that will make the task of squaring their death penalty stances any easier.
I am not one who believes that Bolling and McDonnell will go out of their way to undermine Kaine's governorship in hopes that he fails miserably and one of them might be elected afterwards. However, I don't expect them to make his life a bed of roses either.