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Clinton to Campaign in NoVa

Former President Bill Clinton, who showed up on the campaign trail Monday for the first time stumping for his old friend Terry McAuliffe, will soon be bringing his star power to Northern Virginia as well.

Clinton will make an appearance in the vote-rich Washington suburbs on May 13, according to McAuliffe's campaign. Details have not yet been announced. He will appear in Norfolk the following day.

By Rosalind Helderman  |  May 1, 2009; 1:54 PM ET
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Election 2009 , Terry McAuliffe  
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I want to go to the May 13 event if it is in the evening
check out my Bill Clinton blog

Posted by: duganal | May 1, 2009 11:14 PM | Report abuse

If I were Virginia resident, I would not vote for McAuliffe simply because B. Clinton promotes him. After this economy crash, when Clinton had exhibited such close ties with both Bushes and with his own economic mishaps. And after this more than suspicious real nature of 9/11 and Clinton part in it during his administration time, I simply would not trust his judgment and vote for his "best friend".

Posted by: aepelbaum | May 2, 2009 6:50 PM | Report abuse

President Clinton spoke at the last Jefferson Jackson dinner in Richmond. He exhorted all three candidates to play clean and not get nasty in their campaigns. For the most part, Deeds has stayed the course, occasionally making minor jabs on McAuliffe, but none on Moran thus far. McAuliffe has stayed completely clean, both in his comments and comments made by his campaign and supporters. No one has attacked Moran or Deeds.

After hearing President Clinton at J&J, I can not wait to hear him again, - so I will be at the May 13th event :)

Posted by: alankrishnan | May 3, 2009 5:05 PM | Report abuse

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