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On Morning Edition: Virginia Gubernatorial Race

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There are five weeks left before election day in Virginia. One major development playing out in the gubernatorial race comes from former Virginia Governor Douglas Wilder. Wilder says he won't endorse fellow Democrat Creigh Deeds, despite requests from President Obama and current Governor Tim Kaine.

Jeff Schapiro, a political reporter and columnist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, joins WAMU's Morning Edition Host Matt McCleskey to talk about the race.

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