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Video: Terry McAuliffe Talks About Senate, Governor’s Races


At last night’s Democratic Party of Virginia’s Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Richmond, Terry McAuliffe – standing behind two of his cars (see photo after the “flip”) – answers reporters questions on the 2012 U.S. Senate race and the 2013 Governor’s race. According to McAuliffe, he’s not interested in running for Senate in 2012: “the Senate’s probably, really not the best thing for me to really help people here in Virginia.” With regard to running for governor in 2013, McAuliffe says he “loved running for governor” in 2009, is “interested in it,” and would consider doing it again in 2013 if he believes he “can make a difference…create jobs…move Virginia in a new direction.”

P.S. I’ll have more photos and video a bit later, as I get them processed…

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  • for not helping him bring jobs to Virginia, for his supposed “surplus when all we did was kick the can down the road,” and for his borrow-and-spend transportation “plan.”

  • on his Facebook page.