Skip to comments.Clinton, McAuliffe to Stump for Deeds
Posted on 10/19/2009 9:29:16 AM PDT by freespirited
In advance of President Obama campaigning for Creigh Deeds next week in Virginia's upcoming gubernatorial contest, Team Deeds has just announced that Bill Clinton -- along with Terry McAuliffe, whom Deeds defeated in the Dem primary -- will stump for Deeds tomorrow in Northern Virginia.
Democrats are trying to do everything they can to narrow a race that Republican Bob McDonnell is comfortably leading, according to the polls.
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Creigh or Creigh-ton
Received a campaign call from these clymers this weekend. I wonder if they measure the speed with which people hang up after mentioning Deeds name? I think that may be the best polling metric ever invented. If I am any indication, his poll numbers are greatly inflated. There is a stench about the man that no glossy TV ad can erase.
Dirty Deeds is getting mauled by McDonnell TV ads. The end is near.
If old Billy Jeff does as well for Deeds as he recently did for Gavin (Toothsome) Newsom then I would say the GOP has it in the bag.
What a joke
The dems need to keep the polls closer to have a chance to steal it.
Please send McAuliff.
Virginians think of him as only slightly less distastful than month old garbage.
He could be the new Bob Schrum
I think Klinton was watching Fox Sunday when C Rove showed
McAuliffe what he said in print where Terry said Deeds could never win. So now he has to stump for him only a Demorat can get away with that.
That’s interesting. Last election the RATS would not leave us alone. This time around, havent heard a word from them by phone or mail.
http://www.bobmcdonnell.com/ for Governor
http://www.billbolling.com/ for Lieutenant Governor
http://www.cuccinelli.com/ for Attorney General
IMHO, they all know the've lost this one. This is just window dressing to say they tried in the hopes that they won't be at such a huge disadvantage next year.
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