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Elections 2013

Terry McAuiliffe for Virginia

On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, voters in the Commonwealth of Virginia will go to the polls to elect a new Governor. Terry McAuliffe(D) and Ken Cuccinelli(R) are the two main candidates. I'm supporting the Democrat Terry McAuliffe, as though I really need to state. Virginia is a complex battleground state, I campaigned there in the Presidential election in 2012, but despite its complexity, Terry McAuliffe should win this election by at least seven percentage points. Virginia is complex for it has the Washington suburbs of Arlington, Alexandria and most of Fairfax County, which are or ought to be progressive minded folks connected to the Federal Government in some form or another; and then there are places like  southwestern Carroll County, where President Obama got outscored by a larger than 2-1 margin in the 2012 Presidential race.

Stay on the ground Terry!

This past weekend, Terry McAuliffe(D) for Governor, Virginia had volunteers on the ground campaigning while the Republicans did flyovers of the State. Who is the candidate of the people?

The Heat is on

This Saturday, May 18th, 2013, Terry McAuliffe(D) candidate for Governor in Virginia, heats up the 2013 race with a State-wide Day of Action. With staging grounds in Newport News and Alexandria, Mr. McAuliffe is taking his message of jobs, economic stability, education and transportation directly to the voters. Undeterred by his opponent's attempt to shadow the election on social issues such as making abortions illegal, Mr. McAuliffe is going directly to the voters with his agenda of growing innovative businesses across the State to grow jobs.

Day of Action in Virginia

Remember friends that this Saturday, May 18th., in Virginia, Terry McAuliffe(D) for Governor is having a Day of Action throughout the State, so call his campaign and get involve early.

Virginia Governor's Race

Full support to Terry McAulife(D) in the Virginia Governor's Race. To our friends in Virginia, your numbers and persons are needed in this election. Let's hit the road for Mr. McAuliffe.