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Virginia Democrats Second Guessing The Deeds Nomination ?

Today’s New York Times reports on what seems to be the thought from some Virginia Democrats that they nominated the wrong candidate: WASHINGTON — When State Senator R. Creigh Deeds defeated Terry McAuliffe, the former Democratic Party chairman and confidante of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton, to be the Democratic nominee for governor of Virginia, […]

Rasmussen: McDonnell Expands Lead In Virginia Governor’s Race

So far, the news is looking very good for Virginia Republicans this year: Republican Bob McDonnell has lengthened his lead on all three Democratic hopefuls in the race to be Virginia’s next governor, but it’s a long way to Election Day. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state finds the closest race is […]

Democrats All Tied Up In Va. Governor’s Race

The latest poll from Public Policy Polling shows that the race for the Democratic nomination for Virginia Governor is still way too close to call: Terry McAuliffe 21 Brian Moran 19 Creigh Deeds 14 The big winner in the Virginia Democratic primary for Governor continues to be ‘undecided.’ 46% of voters have not made their […]

Kaine Warns Virginia Democrats On Primary Fight

Tim Kaine is expressing concern about what appears to be a contentious primary fight brewing between the Democrats who want to replace him: RICHMOND, Feb. 26 — Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) on Wednesday night predicted a bruising three-way Democratic primary to replace him as governor, and he said he has already talked with other […]

Virginia Governor: Latest Rasmussen Poll Shows McDonnell Leading

There’s some really good news for Republican Bob McDonnell in the latest Rasmussen poll: Republican Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell has a three-to-nine point lead against three hopefuls for the Democratic nomination in this year’s closely-watched Virginia gubernatorial contest. McDonnell, who announced this week that he will step down from his post on February 20 […]

Good News For Virginia Republicans

When it comes to fundraising, Bob McDonnell is far ahead of any of his Democratic opponents: RICHMOND, Jan. 15 — While three Democrats slug it out for their party’s gubernatorial nomination, Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell is building a bankroll that could give the GOP a crucial advantage as it tries to win back the […]

Virginia Governor’s Race Is Tight As A Drum

It’s still eleven months out, and we have no idea right now who the Democratic nominee is going to be, but it’s looking like next year’s Governor’s race could be one of the closest in recent memory: [T]he four leading candidates for the next governor of Virginia are neck-and-neck at this point, with one-third of […]

McAuliffe To Go On “Listening Tour” Of Virginia

by @ Tuesday, November 11th, 2008. Filed under 2009 Governor's Race, Politics, Terry McAuliffe, Virginia, Virginia Politics

Now that he’s formed an exploratory committee, Terry McAuliffe says that he will be traveling the state for next two months before deciding on whether he will go forward with a campaign for Governor: RICHMOND, Va. — Former Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe signed papers Monday necessary to run for governor in Virginia next […]

Terry McAuliffe Moves Closer To Running For Governor

by @ Monday, November 10th, 2008. Filed under 2009 Governor's Race, Terry McAuliffe, Virginia, Virginia Politics

It seems that the rumors are going to come true: Terry McAuliffe, a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, filed paperwork today to run for governor of Virginia next year. McAuliffe said he’s still not certain he will formally enter the race, but plans to spend the next two months traveling around the state […]

A Potentially Bad Sign For Virginia Republicans

With all signs indicating that Virginia could very well go for a Democratic candidate for President for the first time since 1964, and the Virginia Senate race essentially over, the Washington Post’s Tim Craig reports on what may be signs that Virginia Republicans will have even more problems next year: One year before voters go […]

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