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Republican candidate Mark Earley, left, is running against Democrat Mark Warner for Va. governor. (AP)
Special Report
 2001 Va. Voters Guide
Mark L. Earley (R)
Mark Earley July 3 Live Online
 June 18 Live Online
 Speech Accepting GOP Nomination
 Speech Seeking GOP Nomination
 On the Web: Mark
William Redpath (L)
William Redpath On the Web: William Redpath for Governor
Mark R. Warner (D)
Mark Warner June 12 Live Online
 Campaign Kick-Off Speech
 On the Web: Warner for Governor
 Warner's "Big" Ad
 Earley's "Attorney General" Ad
 Earley's "Traffic" Ad
 Warner's "Straight Talk" Ad
 Earley's "Experience" Ad
 Warner's "Conservative" Ad
 Earley's Ad on Public Service Record (Video Only)
 Warner's "Energy" Ad
 Warner's "Succeed" Ad
 Warner's "Better Job" Ad (Video Only)
 Warner's "Down Home" Ad (Video Only)
Live Online Transcripts
 Oct. 12: Mark L. Earley (R)
 Oct. 12: Bill Redpath (L)
 Oct. 11: Analyst Larry J. Sabato
 Oct. 8: Analyst Larry J. Sabato
 July 18: Mark L. Earley (R)
 July 16: Analyst Robert D. Holsworth
 July 3: Mark L. Earley (R)
 June 12: Mark R. Warner (D)
 June 4: Political analyst Robert D. Holsworth
 May 8: Lt. Gov. John H. Hager (R)
 Virginia Democratic Primary
GOP Convention Multimedia
 Panorama: Lt. Gov. John H. Hager addresses about 9,000 delegates at the GOP convention in Richmond.
 Video: Mark L. Earley makes his acceptance speech after winning the nomination for governor.
 Video: Thousands of delegates filled the Richmond Coliseum during the convention.
 Video: GOP delegates were divided over the party's two candidates for governor.
 Audio: Washington Post political reporter Craig Timberg talks about what is next for Earley's campaign.
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Post Election Polls

N.Va. Tax Issue Is Helping Warner, New Poll Shows (The Washington Post, 10/28/01)

October Data: This Washington Post poll is based on telephone interviews with 1,010 randomly selected, self-identified likely voters in Virginia. It was conducted October 22-25, 2001.

N.Va. Voters Back Tax Rise, Poll Says (The Washington Post, 9/10/01)

Warner Has Wide Lead, Poll Shows (The Washington Post, 8/26/01)

August Data: This Washington Post poll is based on telephone interviews with 1,312 randomly selected registered voters and 695 likely voters in Virginia, and was conducted August 19 - 23, 2001.

Campaign Advertising

Ad Attacks Warner's Traffic Timetable (The Washington Post, 10/25/01)

Warner Cash Helps as Ad Slams Earley (The Washington Post, 10/18/01)

Earley Ad Hits Tax Referendum (The Washington Post, 10/2/01)

Warner, Earley Ads Give Flag Top Billing (The Washington Post, 9/21/01)

$1.1 Million to Fuel Earley's TV Ad Effort (The Washington Post, 9/18/01)

Ground War and Air Raid Define Tactics on Path to Election (The Washington Post, 8/9/01)

Warner Extends Airwaves Blitz With Ad Touting Health Care Work (The Washington Post, 8/7/01)

For Warner, No Time Like Present to Launch Air War (The Washington Post, 8/2/01)

Earley to Answer Warner's TV Salvo (The Washington Post, 8/1/01)

Gilmore Criticizes Warner's Ad Blitz (The Washington Post, 7/31/01)

Warner Rushes Ad Blitz (The Washington Post, 7/31/01)

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