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Photos, Video From Sen. Kaine’s Kickoff Tour: “I Think People Really Like This @TimKaine Guy”


See below for some photos and video from Tim Kaine’s 2018 kickoff tour this week (this morning in Alexandria). Note the positive, forward-thinking, inclusive energy that Sen. Kaine brings with him everywhere he goes? Now contrast that with the “vicious,” “brutal” campaign of 2018 Virginia GOP frontrunner Corey Stewart, which involves (among other things) demonizing immigrants, attacking Tim Kaine’s family, playing to the most extreme elements of his party’s “base” (e.g., white nationalists), etc. It’s truly a striking difference between where the Virginia GOP’s at these days vs. where Tim Kaine’s Virginia Democratic Party is at. Which is why we need Tim Kaine to not just win this November, but win YUGE. Let’s do it!

  • Roger Miller

    … but not enough to get him elected V.P. in a can’t lose election!

  • old_redneck

    Nationwide, 4,000,000 (as in FOUR MILLION) 17-year-olds will be 18 before the November election.

    Virginia election law allows 17-year-olds to register to vote if they will be 18 before the election. Code of Virginia 24.2-403. If they register before an “intervening primary,” they can vote in that primary even if they are not yet 18 — just so they are 18 before the general election.

    October 15, 2018, is the last day to register before the November general election. May 21 is the last date to register to be eligible to vote in the June 12 primary.

    Contact your local General Registrar who will give you instructions about how to register voters, provide you with forms, and answer your questions about registration.

  • RobertColgan

    Kaine has GOT to get rid of his lameass MedicareX plan and move forcefully toward Medicare expansion –a genuine singlepayer system— in which EVERYONE pays in, and pays proportionally to their ability to pay in based on income but which gets rid of insurers as coverage for medical treatment. By keeping the insurers in the loop, Kaine is keeping the broken and dysfunctional system of healthcare that continues to exclude from care, financially tax, and bankrupt Americans.
    Tim Kaine is dead wrong on this one. I cannot support his proposal at all.