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Stephen J. Farnsworth, professor of political science at University of Mary Washington, said GOP nominee George Allen has two things going in his favor for Tuesday's primary.
Susan Allen's husband, George Allen, will have to win the June 12 Republican primary if he wants a chance at repealing the president's healthcare plan.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Tim Kaine said he will find common ground in the U.S. Senate, while his chief opponent, George Allen will continue his "divisive" politics as a "bully."
U.S. senate hopeful George Allen spoke to about 50 people Tuesday night at the Caroline Street library in downtown Fredericksburg. Energy policy, illegal immigration, reforming the tax code and the infamous "macaca incident" were all addressed.
Del. Bob Marshall won 60 percent of the votes in Prince William County but he only squeaked by his opponent in Manassas Park.
Not everyone is happy that developers and Realtors are pumping thousands and thousands of dollars into the re-election campaign of county chairman Corey Stewart, including one donation from an applicant whose project was recently approved.
Schools, Elections, Local Connections
Prince William County School Board Chairman Milton Johns said Babur Lateef's new television ad that attacks incumbent Corey Stewart uses old data that is taken out of context and wrongly insinuates that supervisors have control over class sizes.
Carl Genthner says job creation and the economy are the most talked about topics when he has been campaigning for the 13th House of Delegates District seat. He faces incumbent Bob Marshall.
Bob Marshall says in Question 2 that the Tri-County Connector Road doesn't open up more land to development, which means it wouldn't cost as much to build. Marshall is seeking re-election against Carl Genthner.
Incumbent Sen. Chuck Colgan raised almost $65,000 in September. His opponent, Tom Gordy, raised about $36,000 but most of it was in-kind donations.
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