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Virginia GOP Rally

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As Tuesday's elections inch closer, Virginia Republicans are issuing some advice for potential voters.

Virginia gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell and his Republican ticket mates are warning supporters not to become complacent in advance of Tuesday election.

McDonnell, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling and Attorney General candidate Ken Cuccinelli told more than 100 supporters in Fredericksburg today not to take the candidate's lead for granted, urging them to get out and vote.

Recent polls have shown all three GOP candidates leading their Democrat opponents by comfortable margins.

Elliott Francis reports...

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