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Like its Democratic counterpart, the Republican Party of Virginia has hired a film student to track Mr. Kaine’s public appearances, said spokesman Garren Shipley.

Even as it plays the same game, the GOP is trying to spin Democratic attention on Mr. Allen as evidence of the party’s fear.

“It shows just how desperate these guys are,” Mr. Shipley said. “I really can’t see us having more than one camera on Tim Kaine at any given time.”

The Allen campaign didn’t miss a chance to connect Mr. Kaine to the national Democratic Party that he led as chairman before resigning in April.

“While it seems early, it’s not surprising that Chairman Kaine’s allies in Washington are coming to Virginia,” Ms. Wright said.

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