Election 2008 Key States: Virginia
| Washington Post Virginia politics reporter Tim Craig breaks down the state of the presidential race in Virginia -- which could vote for a Democratic prsidential candidate for the first time since 1964 -- and discusses the Warner-Gilmore Senate race and the competitive U.S. House and state legislature races in the state.
Eight Days to Go
Graphic | Virginia voters give Barack Obama an 8 percentage-point edge with eight days to go. John McCain fares well among veterans and those who frequently attend religious services but lags behind President Bush's performance among both groups.
Gilmore Still Down 30 Points in Va. Poll
Article | Republican James S. Gilmore III has gained no ground in his U.S. Senate campaign against Democrat Mark R. Warner, according to a new Washington Post poll, despite Gilmore's attempts in recent weeks to hammer Warner for his support of the financial rescue plan.
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