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In Virginia, voters are starting to learn more about the controversial Republican candidate for lieutenant governor.
E.W. Jackson's selection to serve as Virginia's Republican contender for the lieutenant governor seat has provoked fears that he is too extreme on social issues to be palatable to most voters.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe is up 43-38 over Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, according to a new poll.
The race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli may be about the issues for now, but it's certain to turn ugly later this year.
Virginia Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli disclosed $13,000 in gifts from donors last week, which has prompted Democrats in the state to call for him to resign.
Former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe has raised twice as much money as Republican rival Ken Cuccinelli, but experts say there may be extenuating circumstances.
Voters in the commonwealth don't yet prefer either major candidatesfor Virginia governor, voicing support for both Terry Auliffe and Ken Cuccinelli in nearly equal numbers.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling (R) decided on Tuesday against mounting an independent campaign for governor, setting up a clash between a pair of high-profile candidates in the commonwealth.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling announced Tuesday that he will not be running for governor as an independent, saying he prefers not to sever ties with the Republican Party.
Despite continued opposition by Democratic leaders, laws requiring voters to present valid identification continue to enjoy widespread support in Virginia, according to a poll.
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