Dem Field Shaping Up in Virginia
Leaders of the Virginia Democratic Party on Saturday voted to choose the party's nominee for governor next year by primary. Virginia is a state where ...
Leaders of the Virginia Democratic Party on Saturday voted to choose the party's nominee for governor next year by primary. Virginia is a state where candidates are still often selected by convention.
The field includes two state legislators, Brian Moran and Creigh Deeds, and, according to this Washington Post story, it looks like Clinton fundraiser and former DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe will get in as well.
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