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Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell is questioned over gifts related to his daughter's wedding, and meanwhile, one of the candidates to be the Commonwealth's next governor is getting some criticism over his business resume. In the D.C. Council race, and demographics are popping up in the ongoing campaign. Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney speaks with Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey about those stories affecting our area.

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