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There's just about a week to go before Election Day in Virginia. The candidates for Governor and some high profile surrogates will be making their final rounds in the Commonwealth. Meanwhile, pundits and party leaders are speculating about the national impact of the race. Dr. Steve Farnsworth, an assistant professor of communication at George Mason University joins WAMU's Morning Edition Host Matt McCleskey to talk about the races.

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