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Frey withdraws from AG race

The fields are shrinking as nomination season approaches for the 2013 state attorney general election. Fairfax Circuit Court Clerk John T. Frey has removed his name from contention for the Republican nomination for AG, according to the Richmond Times Dispatch. ...

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Women claim victories in commonwealth’s attorney races

Virginia voters decided three contested commonwealth’s attorney special elections yesterday, and all three were won by women. In two cases, male incumbents were defeated. Megan Revis Frederick defeated incumbent Paul Walther for the Culpeper County prosecutor’s job. Walther had worked ...

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On TV, Kaine, Allen clash anew on money issues

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican George Allen drew sharper contrasts Monday between themselves in a televised primetime U.S. Senate debate on the issues of entitlements seniors have paid all their lives, with Allen backing higher retirement ...

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UVa law prof grades candidates’ ‘rhetoric’ (access required)

CHARLOTTESVILLE – If only President Obama had had Molly Bishop Shadel on speed-dial for that first presidential debate, things might have gone differently. During one of those podium pauses when Obama was looking down, Shadel could have texted back suggestions ...

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