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Democrats work on getting out the vote

Anita Kumar

Want to guess whose photo appears with Democrat Creigh Deeds on blue fliers encouraging people to vote being hung on doorknobs acoss the state?

Not Barack Obama. Not Tim Kaine. Again, Deeds turns to U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, the state's most popular politician.

Deeds and Warner appear together on the brochure with the title "Move Virginia Forward."

"Rebuilding confidence in our economy starts with responsible leadership from a new governor like Creigh Deeds," Warner says.

Tonight, Warner will headline two Richmond events for Deeds -- a fundraiser at the home of Susan Swecker, an ABC commissioner and former Deeds campaign manager, and a happy hour at a restaurant in the Shockoe Slip area.

Warner and Deeds will campaign together this weekend in Lynchburg, Roanoke, Blacksburg and Hampton Roads.

By Anita Kumar  |  October 23, 2009; 10:00 AM ET
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What Warner says is the antithesis of what Deeds is. I wonder if he even believes it himself.

Posted by: conservativemaverick | October 23, 2009 12:41 PM | Report abuse

You better believe Mark Warner believes it--because he's absolutely 100% correct about Creigh Deeds.

Creigh will make a far more enlightened, better prepared choice for Governor, hands down...there's no comparison.

If the GOP sweeps these offices, we will have by far the most ideology-driven governance in Virginia's history, and there will be eyes wide open at the antics of this crowd---mark my words, the next four years of governing in VA are going to make the Gilmore years look like reponsible governing, and the voters are going to reject it strongly and quickly in both 2011 and 2013!

Posted by: DouginMountVernon | October 23, 2009 3:44 PM | Report abuse

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