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Republican gubernatorial candidate, Corey Stewart (center) gestures during opening statements as State Sen. Frank Wagner, left, and Ed Gillespie listen during a debate at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia on Thursday. Mr. Gillespie is the current leader among the three GOP candidates-- he's polling at 28 percent. (Associated Press)

Race for Virginia GOP gubernatorial nomination heats up

- The Washington Times

Ed Gillespie on Thursday worked to sidestep charges from his Virginia GOP gubernatorial rivals that he’s a flip-flopping career party insider, pledging to run a campaign in 2017 that will make Republicans proud and saying he’ll be a governor for “all Virginians.”

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Ivanka Trump introduces her father, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, to deliver a policy speech on child care, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, in Aston, Penn. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) **FILE**

Ivanka Trump avoids defending father while on campaign trail

- The Washington Times

Ivanka Trump hit the campaign trail Thursday for her father in this crucial battleground state and did everything in her power to avoid defending Donald Trump for lewd behavior and allegations of sexual assault that have torpedoed his presidential run.

Former Vice President Al Gore speaks as Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens, at a rally at Miami Dade College in Miami, Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016. (Mike Stocker/South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP)

Obama, Al Gore urge voters to reject Donald Trump

- The Washington Times

President Obama and former Vice President Al Gore hit the campaign trail Tuesday in key swing states, urging voters to reject Republican Donald Trump -- but the president's rally was derailed several times by protesters wearing t-shirts and carrying signs proclaiming, "Bill Clinton is a rapist."

House Speaker Paul Ryan to hit campaign trail with Donald Trump

- The Washington Times

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will spend a quiet weekend in seclusion, sharpening her skills for the second presidential debate on Sunday night. Her rival Donald Trump, however, has opted for a high-profile appearance in Wisconsin on Saturday, with a special guest.