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Analysis: Virginia's Elections In The Final Stretch

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With Election Day just a few days away in Virginia, some polls show the governor's race tightening a bit. Meanwhile, the attorney general's race  in the state remains very competitive. And an Indian Tribe leading an effort to get the the Washington Redskins to change their team name meets with the NFL.

Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney joins WAMU's Matt McCleskey to discuss these issues and more.

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