Virginia 2009 Campaign Roundup

2 Jun
McDonnell, Bolling, Cuccinelli, a Unified Republican Ticket for Virginia.

McDonnell, Bolling, Cuccinelli, a Unified Republican Ticket for Virginia.

EXCLUSIVE: Cuccinelli Numbers from RPV Convention
Shaun Kenney

The real numbers? According to well-placed sources, Ken Cuccinelli delivered a resounding 57% of the convention delegate votes — a 20 point drubbing for Mr. Brownlee that left no doubt as to who the grassroots selected to carry the battle standard for the Republican Party’s AG nod.
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The view from Bloggers Row at RPV Convention 2009
SWAC Girl

RPV Convention Embraces New Media
Black Velvet Bruce Li

At no other time has any political party anywhere provided such access and support to new media, and the results clearly demonstrate that these candidates are very connected with the regular folks who interviewed them.
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The Dem race: now it’s a mess (UPDATED)
The right-wing liberal

Still, three things are clear: Deeds (”leading” at 27%) has the momentum, Moran (22%) has at least some staying power, and McAuliffe (24%) is as good a candidate with his money as he was a DNC Chairman.
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McDonnell tied with McAuliffe in Northern Virginia
The race is tied at 44%, This SurveyUSA poll was taken in Fairfax, Loudoun, Arlington and Prince William.
PWConservative

McDonnell is running a full 10 points better than He did when he ran for AG.
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Is Deeds surging as election nears?
PilotOnline.com

The latest survey from Public Policy Polling shows state Sen. Creigh Deeds, D-Bath, is favored by 27 percent of likely voters, putting him ahead of Terry McAuliffe (24 percent) and Brian Moran (22 percent). The poll indicates that 26 percent of likely voters remain undecided.
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