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On Morning Edition: Virginia Gubernatorial Race

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With just more than three weeks to go before election day, the candidates in Virginia's Governor's race meet tonight in a debate to be televised across the Commonwealth. Judy Woodruff is a veteran political reporter and senior correspondent for PBS's "The News Hour with Jim Lehrer." Woodruff is moderating the debate between Virginia's gubernatorial candidates in Norfolk, October 12, at 8 o'clock. She joins WAMU's Morning Edition Host Matt McCleskey to talk about the race.

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