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McAuliffe Projected Winner in Virginia

Democrat Terry McAuliffe is projected to win the Virginia gubernatorial race, defeating Republican nominee Ken Cuccinelli in a surprisingly close victory.

Fox News projected McAuliffe as the winner Tuesday night.

The closely watched raced pitted a Tea Party-backed Republican and an establishment Democrat locked in an expensive, ideological battle whose outcome is expected to set a course for the 2014 and 2016 elections -- in large part forcing the GOP to consider whether a strong conservative candidate is the party’s best pick to win a national election.

Source: Fox News. Read full article. (link)

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  • JeremyR||

    I guess it's Hillary in 2016, then.

  • effinayright||

    "..... forcing the GOP to consider whether a strong conservative candidate is the party’s best pick to win a national election."

    Oh sure. AS IF your faux "libertarian" straw, with heavy Obama-bundler financial backing, had nothing to do with the results.

    In the next few days, you morons will come to understand that you've been played --- by the Obamanoids.

    But WE in the Tea Party will remember. Next time you're looking for donations, WE will remember.

  • SIV||

    lol!

    You Blue State-fags need to move. VA has no place in the neo-Confederacy.

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