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Robert McCartney's Scorecard: McDonnell on Points

Post columnist Robert McCartney is judging the Virginia governor's race candidates, tallying the blows week by week until the Nov. 3 election. Here's his analysis of the past week:

"McDonnell wins narrowly on points, mainly because he slowly continued to claw his way out of the thesis-gate controversy. He and other GOP speakers stayed firmly on message at the Buena Vista parade: no cap-and-trade, no union card check, no big government. Deeds keeps talking about continuing the Warner-Kaine legacy. Will that be enough?"

Check out how McCartney has scored the race so far.

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  |  September 10, 2009; 12:00 PM ET
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Election 2009  
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