Saturday, November 2, 2013

Neck and Neck in Virginia's Governor's Race

According to a new poll by Emerson College polling, Democrat Terry McAuliffe’s lead over Republican Ken Cuccinelli has shrunk to 2 points in the Virginia gubernatorial race (42% to 40%, with Libertarian Robert Sarvis at 13%). At the beginning of the month, McAuliffe was up five points (43% to 38%), suggesting Cuccinelli is gaining momentum going into the last weekend of the election. The survey was conducted October 25 to October 30, with 874 likely voters at a 3.24% margin of error,

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  1. Hate to say it but Sarvis should drop out of the race and endorse Cuccinelli . Sarvis will never win of course, but he will get the truly awful sleeze-bag McAuliffe elected. McAuliffe is a made member of the Clinton crime family and couldn't be trusted as chief dog catcher in East Nowhere. If I lived in Virginia I would hold my nose and vote for Cuccinelli.

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    1. Jesse, is that you? Did you move to Virginia?

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