The election for Virginia governor is just a month away, and at a forum on Sunday night, the candidates struck some notes that will feel familiar to those who have been subjected to the advertising campaigns.
In the race for Virginia's top elected office, it's Democrat Terry McAuliffe at 42 percent and Republican Ken Cuccinelli at 37 percent. Libertarian Robert Sarvis is drawing between eight and 10 percent.
In Virginia gubernatorial race, Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli are drawing the most support and the most attention. Libertarian contender Robert Sarvis, though, has polled as high as 10 percent, and argues he's the best alternative to candidates Virginians equally dislike.
Ahead of a debate on Wednesday night and with polls showing a tight race, Virginia gubernatorial contenders Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli are finding contrasts wherever they can—including their records on the environment and energy.
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