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ANALYSIS: A year after President Obama rode to re-election accusing Republicans of a war on women, the governor's races in New Jersey and Virginia offered the GOP two options for how to strike back.
Addressing supporters at his election party Tuesday night, a victorious Terry McAuliffe thanked voters, his family and his campaign staff for their hard work.
A recent TV ad shows a conservative who is against Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli because he does not want to vote for a politician who "wants to be in my home." Since Terry McAuliffe supports President Obama on all things liberal, let's just count a couple of ways Mr. McAuliffe not only wants to be "in our home," but whose policies are actually destroying our lives, liberty and property.
Move to the right or try to pull the GOP away from the tea party and toward the center? That is the question Gov. Chris Christie will face if he trounces his way to victory Tuesday in New Jersey's gubernatorial race and turns his attention to the prospect of a 2016 presidential bid.
Two new polls show Democrat Terry McAuliffe maintaining his modest but statistically significant lead over Republican Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II heading into the final full day of campaigning in the Virginia governor's race.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II made their last-minute appeals to voters across Virginia on Monday, as the final polls showed a close contest heading into Election Day.
When President Obama arrived in Virginia on Sunday to campaign for Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, his 21-minute speech was notable for what the president couldn't say. There was no mention at all of Obamacare, his supposed "signature" achievement, and he made only passing mention of his campaign to expand Medicaid in Virginia. He couldn't bring attention to the millions who face losing their health coverage, or why come to Virginia in the first place? He certainly didn't want to bring attention to what Kathleen Murphy had said about health care two nights earlier.
After record millions spent on TV advertising in Virginia's governor race, Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II finds himself in the unenviable position of knowing there's a side to him voters haven't experienced.
"This is a referendum on Obamacare," Republican Kenneth T. Cuccinelli told a crowd of supporters outside a GOP office in Prince William County on Saturday, drawing scattered catcalls when he mentioned the president's upcoming appearance with Mr. McAuliffe.