- Associated Press - Thursday, July 21, 2016

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) - As speculation increased about the possibility he will be chosen as Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Democratic Senator Tim Kaine reached out to northern Virginia’s immigrant and Muslim communities.

Kaine deflected questions about the veepstakes at Thursday’s events. But he made the case that Virginia’s transformation over the last 60 years from segregation to embracing diversity is a message that can resonate this election season.

In the morning, Kaine addressed immigration issues at a Unitarian Universalist church in Arlington. In the afternoon, he spoke at a roundtable discussion sponsored by the All Dulles Area Muslims Society Center in Sterling.

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