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What you read: Top 10 blog posts of the year

Rosalind Helderman

It's been a busy year in Virginia politics and on this blog in particular. What topics got our readers most interested? Here, we present the top 10 best read Virginia Politics blog items of 2009, measured in page views.

1.) Palin: McDonnell Personally Asked for Help

2.) Nader Accuses McAuliffe of Suppressing Votes

3.) Cuccinelli Calls Obama's Nobel 'A Joke'

4.) Barry (Obama) From D.C. Asks the Governor on WTOP

5.) McDonnell Appears on FOX News Sunday

6.) Virginia Notebook: The 2009 Governor's Race
(This column looking ahead to the 2009 governor's race by our colleague Tim Craig was penned in November of 2007. It must have gotten a good link somewhere in the last year to help boost its traffic numbers.)

7.) Deeds Camp: Our Phones Are Ringing Off the Hook

8.) UPDATE: Webb under fire on health care

9.) Jim Moran Calls GOP the 'Taliban Ticket'

10.) UPDATED: Salahi resigns from tourism board

A special thanks to Virginia Politics web guru Chris Hopkins for helping to pull this list together, as well as all his help with the blog year-round.

By Rosalind Helderman  |  December 28, 2009; 11:00 AM ET
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