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Republicans are MIA?

Anita Kumar

Earlier this week, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine and other prominent Virginia Democrats kicked off a week-long tour of the state to energize voters to go to the polls Tuesday. Virginia Republicans countered by saying they, too, were having their own bus tour around the state.

Each day this week, the Republican Party of Virginia has said it would send out information on the tour, scheduled to start Friday. But as of Friday morning, we have not heard a word.

The party's leaders in Virginia - Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell and former governors James S. Gilmore III and George Allen - have all spent considerable time since late summer attending fundraisers and speaking at campaign events. Earlier this week, they and other Republican leaders in the General Assembly said they would be interested in attending a tour but they hadn't been asked or told the details.

To read more about the Democrats and Republican get-out-the-vote efforts read today's story .

By Anita Kumar  |  November 2, 2007; 11:30 AM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Bill Bolling , Election 2007 , General Assembly 2008  
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