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Former Democratic Gov. Virginia voters are casting their ballots for June 8th's Democratic primaries for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general. Governors can only serve one term at a time under the Virginia constitution, meaning current Democratic Gov. The poll, conducted from May 24 to June 1, surveyed 637 likely Democratic primary voters with a margin of error of ±3.9 points. The outcome of the open Democratic primary for lieutenant governor is far less certain.
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Virginia Republicans selected former private equity executive Glenn Youngkin as their nominee in this year's governor's election, in which he will face whomever Democrats nominate in their own primary next month. "While certainly would have preferred a W, I send my heartfelt congratulations to @glennyoungkin on a tremendous race + deserved win. Virginia's off-year governor's election, which always takes place the year after a presidential election, is often read as a bellwether of the national mood a year into a new presidential term. A TV ad featured video of Trump singling out Youngkin by name for credit in a trade deal with China. In the final days before the convention, Youngkin campaigned with Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who has become a prominent Trump ally.
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Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics, your weekday look at the biggest stories in DC and beyond. President Joe Biden at the White House on April 6. MORE JOBS-REPORT FALLOUT: President Joe Biden said Americans receiving unemployment benefits must either take a job that is "suitable" or lose the support. Gina Raimondo; Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz; Jennifer Granholm; Deb Haaland. Today's trivia question: Dogs have had their days at the White House.
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Live Live Updates: White House Will Allow Undocumented College Students to Access Pandemic Aid The decision reverses a Trump-era policy that barred some students from receiving emergency aid flowing to colleges. The White House will allow undocumented college students access to emergency pandemic aid. Undocumented students, including tens of thousands of so-called Dreamers, would be eligible for the emergency aid under a coming Biden administration regulation. Mr. Biden and Mr. Putin are expected to hold their first summit next month. The Biden administration jump-started progress on Vineyard Wind in March as part of its larger push to tackle climate change.
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In Virginia, a Fight Over the Suburbs in the Governor’s Race
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Trip Gabriel | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Mr. Youngkin, 54, was raised in Virginia Beach and has lived in Northern Virginia for 25 years. Mr. McAuliffe raised $36 million for his 2013 election campaign and more than $9.9 million during the past two years, according to the Virginia Public Access Project. Mr. Youngkin has already spent $5.5 million of his own money since entering the race in late January. In the pre-Trump era, Mr. McAuliffe won his first governor’s race in 2013 by just 2.5 percentage points against a hard-right conservative, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II. Rural regions of southern and southwest Virginia have grown redder even as the populous northern and central suburbs are bluer.
Persons: Youngkin, Pete Snyder, Amanda Chase, ” Mr, McAuliffe, Trump, Kenneth T, Cuccinelli Organizations: Trump, Capitol, Carlyle Group, Mr, Republicans, Democratic, Assembly, Republican, Trump voters Locations: Virginia Beach, Northern Virginia, Virginia, Trump
Glenn Youngkin Wins GOP Nomination for Virginia Governor
  + stars: | 2021-05-10 | by ( Joshua Jamerson | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +2 min
Virginia Republican leaders nominated political newcomer Glenn Youngkin for governor, betting on the former private-equity executive, who embraced elements of former President Donald Trump’s policy agenda, to turn around the party’s fortunes in a state that has moved sharply toward the Democrats. Instead of holding an open primary, the GOP in Virginia picked its nominee at a convention via a ranked-choice voting system, which allowed delegates to list candidates by preference. The Republican Party of Virginia announced late Monday that Mr. Youngkin had prevailed. “Virginians have made it clear that they are ready for a political outsider with proven business experience to bring real change in Richmond,” Mr. Youngkin said, adding that he had spoken to all of his GOP challengers. “Every Republican should be proud that our party inspired such a spirited, diverse and talented field of candidates.”
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Can the GOP Win in the Suburbs Again? Virginia Offers Early Test
  + stars: | 2021-05-07 | by ( Joshua Jamerson | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.83   time to read: +2 min
Since the late 1970s, only once have Virginians elected a governor of the same party as the White House occupant: Democrat Terry McAuliffe. He won the governor’s mansion in 2013, a year after former President Barack Obama, who carried Virginia, cruised to re-election. Instead of holding an open primary, Virginia Republicans are picking their nominee at a convention via a ranked-choice voting system, with delegates gathering to make their choices at dozens of locations around the state. Former Virginia GOP officials—including those from the state’s northern parts, where proximity to Washington, D.C., and growth have helped accelerate widespread Democratic victories—say Republicans risk a Democratic win if they nominate a candidate too closely aligned with Mr. Trump. He lost Virginia by 10 percentage points in 2020 after falling roughly 5 points short in 2016.
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Donald Trump is playing kingmaker across the country in Republican primary races from Alaska to Florida. Looking for signs of a GOP wave in 2022There are bigger stakes too coming out of Virginia for the GOP, Trump, President Joe Biden and Democrats. "There's a lot of uncertainty and frustration around how late the decisions were made about this method," the GOP official told Insider. Having already suffered through a "not clear or well-defined process," the GOP official said voters should brace themselves for the ultimate nightmare: tabulating votes. "It's not outside the realm of possibility that while it'll take a while, you get an objectively verifiable number," the GOP official said.
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WASHINGTON — As Republicans across the country insist more laws are needed to protect election integrity, Virginia Republicans have found themselves in a bit of a voter ID quagmire. “There's still a lot of confusion among the everyday Republican voter,” said Tim Parrish, the chairman of the Prince William County GOP. During the meeting, Wheeler texted Chris Marston, the Virginia Republican Party's general counsel, to ask for guidance. The signature line and voter ID number fields have asterisks next to them. Some local parties started accepting forms without a voter ID number or signature.
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SPEAKING FOR HIMSELF: Former House Speaker John Boehner has never been one to conceal his emotions. This brand of aggressive politics powered the impeachment of President Clinton, an episode Boehner now says that he regrets supporting. A slew of Trump alums joined, including former White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway and Seema Verma, who led the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services under Trump. Elsewhere, Rey Benitez was named Sen. John Ossoff's chief of staff as the Georgia Democrat builds out his team. The top things for your calendar, all times Eastern:10:15 a.m.: Chauvin's trial resumesChauvin's trial resumes 11:00 a.m.: The White House's pandemic team holds a news briefingThe White House's pandemic team holds a news briefing 12:30 p.m.: Jen Psaki holds the White House's daily news briefing with Buttigieg9.
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State Senator Amanda Chase, a Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia, attends an event in Madison, Virginia U.S., March 16, 2021. The Virginia state Senate censured Chase in January in a bipartisan vote over what it called her “conduct unbecoming of a Senator” including her “patriots” comment. I am a professional, young, woman candidate,” Chase told Reuters in an interview. John March, a spokesman for the state Republican Party, would not comment on her accusation. The one Republican candidate who has declared Biden the winner is Kirk Cox, the former Virginia House speaker who lost his majority in 2019 in large part due to Trump’s unpopularity in the suburbs.
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