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Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe are squaring off in a battle to replace Gov. Robert McDonnell in Richmond.
D.C. imports glamorize the party scene.
Most state spending will be trimmed by 3 percent to narrow Virginia’s deficit.
(Steve Helber / AP)
Gov. McAuliffe’s positions on pipeline proposal and climate change show difficulty of pleasing everyone.
(Bob Brown / AP)
Republican Gillespie still struggles with name ID in his quest to deprive Warner of a second term in Senate.
Asked about a proposed pipeline, McAuliffe said it will be good for the environment, but activists disagree.
(John McDonnell / The Washington Post)
Virginia’s governor included $409.90 reimbursement with thank-you note to Daniel Snyder for Redskins gear.
Laura Vozzella and Jenna Portnoy
The plan is expected to insure an additional 25,000, far short of his original Medicaid expansion vow.
The senator from Kentucky and likely presidential contender will help fill state Republican coffers.
The Democratic governor’s backing of the plan pleases energy interests but disappoints green activists.
(Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post)
Gov. Terry McAuliffe said he wants the state and its universities to be “out front on this issue.”
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