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Virginia Candidates for governor



VA Governor Candidates 2014 Democrat and Republican

Virginia Governor Candidates 2014
Virginia Governor Candidates 2014

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State Primary in June 10, 2014

Virginia Governor

Terry McAuliffe (D)

Virginia Candidates for Congress Republican and Democrat VA

Virginia Governor Candidates
VA Candidates for Congress

District 1:
Rob Wittman (R)

District 2:
Scott Rigell (R)
Kevin Meynardie (R)
Suzanne Patrick (D) 

District 3:
Bobby Scott (D)

District 4:
Randy Forbes (R)

District 5:
Robert Hurt (R)

District 6:
Bob Goodlatte (R)
Bruce Elder (D) 

District 7:
Eric Cantor (R)
Peter Greenwald (R) - Tea Party Activist
Dave Brat (R)
Michael Dickinson (D)

District 8:
Bob Brink (D) 
Aneesh Chopra (D) 
Kerry Donley (D)
Adam Ebbin (D) 
Bill Euille (D) 
Charniele Herring (D)
Patrick Hope (D) 
Rob Krupicka (D)
Alfonso Lopez (D) 
Bruce Shuttleworth (D) 
Mark Sickles (D) 
Scott Surovell (D) 
Walter Tejada (D) 
Micah Edmond (R)
Rob Sarvis (Libertarian) 

District 9:
Morgan Griffith (R)

District 10:
Barbara Comstock (R) 
Jim LeMunyon (R) 
Tareq Salahi (R)
Richard Shickle (R) 
Richard Bolger (D)
John Foust (D) 
Sam Kubba (D) 
Julien Modica (D)
David Wroblewski (D) 

District 11:
Gerry Connolly (D)
Gerald Geddes (R)
Ron Meyer (R)
Suzanne Scholte (R)

News about the Virginia Governor Race 2014

Republican Bill Bolling said Tuesday he will not run for Virginia governor as an independent, which will refocus the high-profile race into a two-person brawl.

Bolling, currently the state's lieutenant govenor, said in an e-mail to supporters that he was unwilling to sever his lifelong GOP ties and uncertain he could raise enough money to run a winning campaign against Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli. He also criticized the "hyper-partisan" and "mean-spirited" nature of politics today.

"In many ways I fear that the 'Virginia way' of doing things is rapidly being replaced by the 'Washington way' of doing things and that's not good for Virginia," Bolling said. "This makes it more difficult to govern effectively and get things done. While I still value public service a great deal, the truth is that I just don't find the political process to be as enjoyable as I once did."

The Virginia Candidates for governor race in Virginia, one of two major states holding elections this November, will be closely watched for signs of political trends. Virginia is considered a key swing state in presidential elections, but Republicans have done well in recent statewide contests. Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, a Republican, cannot run again because of term limits.

Bolling abandoned a race for the GOP nomination against Cuccinelli, the state's attorney general, last November because Virginia picks its nominees at conventions and not in primaries. Cuccinelli, a fierce critic of the national health care law, is a darling of conservatives who take active roles in Virginia GOP conventions for the Virginia Governor Candidates Race of 2014.

Public opinion polls by Quinnipiac University and others show a tight race between Cuccinelli and McAuliffe, a former Democratic National Committee chairman and close friend of the Clintons.


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History of Virginia. Information that every Virginia Election Candidate for Governor Should Know.

West Virginia was part of Virginia at the time of the founding of the United States.

The indigenous people of this state included various tribes of Native Americans. They inhabited lands of Woodland, lakes, rivers and streams and were hunters, fishers and farmers. Their crops included rice, squash, melons, pumpkins.

Names of Border States: Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia Origin of the name of the state: Named for England's "Virgin Queen," Elizabeth I


A list of Virginia Candidates for Congress will be provided for the next election




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