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All Eyes on VA Race for Governor

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All eyes are on the swing state of Virginia, which heads to the polls Tuesday to elect its next governor. With the tea party backed GOP attorney general trailing in the race, many are wondering if the VA contest could be a bellwether for 2014. (Nov. 1)

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