Skip to comments.Va. Candidates Enter Homestretch of Tight Primary Race
Posted on 06/08/2009 6:13:13 PM PDT by Steelfish
Va. Candidates Enter Homestretch of Tight Primary Race
By Anita Kumar and Rosalind S. Helderman Washington Post Staff Writers
Monday, June 8, 2009
The three men seeking the Democratic nomination for governor of Virginia continued their final push across the state today in the sprint before tomorrow's primary.
Moran concluded his week-long "Fighting for Virginia" tour with a pre-election rally at Market Square in Alexandria. Deeds spent the day hosting get-out-the-vote rallies in Southside and Southwest including stops in Danville, Martinsville, Bristol and Roanoke. Tonight, he will head back to his Charlottesville campaign headquarters for a rally.
McAuliffe started his day at an International House of Pancakes in Norfolk and then appeared in front of 100 enthusiastic supporters at a coffee shop near Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
"Tomorrow's the big day!'' McAuliffe said to a crowd waving blue "McAuliffe for governor" signs. "This what you have been working on for months!"
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Could we dump them in the river?
So, who are we supposed to vote for tomorrow?
NOTA, None of the Above.
I’m thinking a vote for McAuliffe might help.
If he’s the next governor, you’ll never forgive yourself...
Yes, I guess you’re right.
Vote for Deeds. He is a moderate if he wins Gov it will be better than the other 2.
The gun groups want to run against the most liberal candidate, Brian Moran.
Read something by a pro gun group (here on FR?) that moran is the best of the lot. They said deeds betrayed gun owners and that mcallif would be the worst case scenario.
Yes, I read that thread, too. What I’m trying to find out is if the thinking of the gun groups has changed since Moran is third in the polls making McAulliffe the liberal alternative to the more moderate Deeds (to run against in the fall).