Race to the Senate
Virginia Senate race appears headed for a recount with candidates locked in a dead heat.

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Virginia Notebook
RICHMOND - After they won control of the state Senate last month, Virginia Democrats were confident about their potential for future successes, even in Republican-leaning areas.
 

Va. U.S. Senate  (KEY RACE)
CandidateVotes%
Jim Webb (D) 1,172,671 49.6
George Allen * (R) 1,165,440 49.3
Glenda Parker (IG) 26,106 1.1
Key: * Incumbent | Red Checkmark Winner
Precincts: 100.0% | Updated: 5:04 PM ET | Source: AP
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