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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jerry W. Kilgore
Who would have picked the buttoned-down Tim Kaine to make a stretch-run slip-up in Virginia's Senate race before gaffe-prone Republican George Allen?
The two most obvious contenders for Virginia governor — the lieutenant governor and attorney general — have a decision to make every four years: Will they butt heads, broker a deal or just stay out of each other's way?
Former Sen. George Allen has not ruled out another run for Virginia governor in 2009 but he will not run for the Senate again even if Sen. John W. Warner decides to retire.
"He proved he had what it took to be the reform governor we needed," said former Attorney General Jerry W. Kilgore, a Republican who lost the 2005 governor's race to Democrat Timothy M. Kaine. "He reformed justice and brought a record number of jobs to the commonwealth."
"I am certainly hopeful that he is considering another run for governor," Mr. Kilgore said.