Kaine Appears on CNN for Obama
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) took a break from his family vacation at Camp Pendleton in Virginia Beach to appear on CNN today for Sen. Barack Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Kaine talked about the Iraq War, offshore oil drilling and the possibility of being Obama's running mate.
Kaine, an Obama friend and one of his campaign's national co-chairmen, said he is not running for anything but that he would do everything he could to help Obama win the White House in November.
"My highest and best use is trying to be a good governor and trying to help Sen. Obama in Virginia, which as you know traditionally hasn't gotten a lot of attention in presidential years," he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on the "Situation Room."
Virginia, considered to be one of the nation's newest battleground states, hasn't voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1964.
"I really believe for the first time in 44 years that we have a great chance of getting the electoral votes in a blue column for Sen. Obama this fall," Kaine said.
August 6, 2008; 8:14 PM ET
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