On the trail: Snapshots of how party strategies are playing out in Virginia
Will African-American voters come to the polls in the numbers Democrats need on Nov. 2? How about young people?
Can Republicans convince voters all Democrats--even longtime incumbents--are mere allies for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi? How is the tea party movement's anti-government anger playing in the suburbs of the Federal City?
Over the last few weeks, we traveled around Virginia looking at these questions--key to the outcome of Congressional races nationally--through the prism of the Commonwealth's most competitive races. You can take a look at the results here.
| October 25, 2010; 10:13 AM ET
Categories: !Elections, 2010 Virginia Congressional Races, Election 2010, Gerald E. Connolly, Glenn Nye, Keith Fimian, Morgan Griffith, Rick Boucher, Robert Hurt, Scott Rigell, Tom Perriello
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