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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Jeffrey Frederick
The landmark transportation package that Virginia lawmakers passed in the 2007 General Assembly now appears to be more of a liability than a re-election asset for some, as voters and localities are threatening to deal with the legislation in court.
"Nobody is excited about anybody," Mr. Frederick said. "They are still looking, and it's pretty bad when there are plenty of candidates out there to choose from."
Former Virginia Republican Party Chairman Jeffrey Frederick said the crop of candidates has left many grass-roots activists "wanting for somebody who hasn't come around yet."