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McDonnell sidesteps race's national impact

Fresh off his election victory, governor-elect Robert F. McDonnell said he was "ready to work for the people of Virginia" but sidestepped questions of his victory's national implications for the Republican Party.

We caught up with McDonnell as he left the stage Tuesday night and asked what this all meant for the Virginia and national political landscape. He gave what you might call a non-answer answer.

"I'm going to leave that up to other experts," he said. "I was just running hard."

By Derek Kravitz  |  November 3, 2009; 10:42 PM ET
Categories:  2009 Governor's Race , Derek Kravitz , Election 2009 , Robert F. McDonnell  
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Bob McDonnell won the People's Republic of Fairfax?! Wow. Amazing how ineffective the democrat party is without ACORN..

Posted by: SMWE357 | November 4, 2009 4:05 AM | Report abuse

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