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Former Republican Sen. George Allen and Tea Party leader Jamie Radtke have already entered the race for the Republican nomination.

WAMU's Rebecca Blatt spoke with Bob Holsworth about how the race is shaping up. Holsworth is the founder and president of Virginia Tomorrow, a nonpartisan group that studies emerging trends in the Commonwealth.

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