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Kaine Makes 11th-Hour Plea to Voters as Races Tighten

Gov. Timothy M. Kaine's political action committee is making a last-minute push to get people to the polls. Moving Virginia Forward sent an e-mail to supporters around 5:30 p.m. saying the races that will decide control of the General Assembly are extremely close. "Polls are open until 7 pm today, so you still have time," the mailing said.

"All of the information we're getting back from polling places tells us that these races for the General Assembly are going to be very, very close - and that your vote is really going to make a difference. So if you haven't voted, why not?" the e-mail read. "Today is a very important day for the future of Virginia. We hope to make a major change in the General Assembly - one that means that there will be less partisan bickering and more results for Virginians. You can be a part of that change, but only if you VOTE TODAY."


By Liz Heron  |  November 6, 2007; 5:29 PM ET
Categories:  Election 2007  
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