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Turnout may prove key in Va. gov. race

Now it’s up to the voters. Tuesday, Nov. 7, is Election Day — when ordinary citizens will troop to polls in Richmond and across Virginia to decide who will become the commonwealth’s 73rd governor and succeed the current chief executive, Democrat Terry McAuliffe. The main choices: Democrat Ralph S. Northam, 58, a pediatrician who specializes in children’s nerve diseases, a military veteran and the current lieutenant governor; and Republican Ed Gillespie, 56, a corporate lobbyist and former Republican Party chairman.

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Dems bring out big names to get out vote

More than 150 Democratic supporters crammed into Blue Bee Cider in Scott’s Addition on Sunday to hear former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris of California campaign for Virginia’s Democratic ticket for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.

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‘Do not sell your soul or your vote for a chicken box’

The fight for justice doesn’t end with the removal of Confederate monuments. “If the Negro is to be free, we must sign our own proclamation,” Wes Bellamy, Charlottesville’s vice mayor told the audience at the state NAACP Youth and College Division’s Leadership Breakfast on Sunday. He was quoting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “People give us what they want to give us because they believe it’s all that we will take,” he said. “Do not sell your soul or your vote for a chicken box.”

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Lt. gov. candidates hoping to win votes

The two major party candidates seeking to become Virginia’s next lieutenant governor are hoping to make their mark in history.

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Attorney general’s race pits incumbent against political newcomer

Virginia has the only attorney general race in the country this year, and it has attracted a lot of attention and a lot of outside money from both parties.

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3 of city’s 5 reps in House of Delegates face challengers

Richmond voters will help fill five of the 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates that will be up for grabs on Election Day.

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School referendum on city ballot

Do you believe City Hall needs to focus on modernizing city schools? For the first time, Richmond voters will be able to register their opinion on that question when they go to the polls on Election Day.