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Posted at 5:47 PM ET, 12/13/2010

Moran, McAuliffe headline event for Richmond Democrats

By Anita Kumar
Anita Kumar

Former gubernatorial rivals Brian Moran and Terry McAuliffe headlined a fundraiser for the Richmond Democrats on Sunday night.

Now that Moran has secured the state party chairmanship and McAuliffe has again set his sights on running for governor, all must be forgotten from the 2009 campaign. We hear the two men even hugged.

"This is a Democratic family,'' said J.J. Minor of the Richmond Democratic Committee.

More than 100 people attended the event, including Sen. Henry Marsh; Sen. Donald McEachin; Del. Jennifer McClellan and her husband, David Mills, executive director of the Democratic Party of Virginia; Del. Betsy Carr; and Del. Joe Morrissey.

No word on how much was raised at one of the committee's biggest events of the year.

By Anita Kumar  | December 13, 2010; 5:47 PM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar, Brian J. Moran, Terry McAuliffe  
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