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« on: August 25, 2015, 01:59:22 pm »

Va continues to be the bright spot for Democrats in 2016.  I'm so proud of my state.
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« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2015, 07:39:56 pm »

Va continues to be the bright spot for Democrats in 2016.  I'm so proud of my state.

You should be sooooo proud of your bag man governor.


PA might be the bright spot for the GOP. Toomey will win big and the Dem AG is heading to prison
Heh, accusing McAuliffe of corruption is a little weak considering the guy he replaced.

While I dislike McAuliffe, he's better than McDonnell. He's also better than Cuccinelli in my eyes.  Anything, the thing with Virginia politics is that governors can only serve a single term at a time, which means we won't be stuck with him for long. 

The Democrats have a pretty strong bench in Virginia.  Either Herring or Northam would be strong candidates.  They would probably beat Cuccinelli or Gillespie.  Bolling would be a good GOP candidate, but he's unlikely to make it through a primary.
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