Two former guvs: Kaine and Warner push for Senate
Former governors Tim Kaine and Mark Warner stopped by Democratic headquarters on the Downtown Mall November 1 in a home-stretch push to elect Kaine to the U.S. Senate. "In five days now, he'll be the great new junior senator," said Senator Warner.
"Even if I have to hear junior all the time, we'll be a great team," said Kaine.
Kaine urged the party faithful crammed into and spilling out of the campaign headquarters to convert undecideds to the Democratic ticket. "It's going to be really close," he said.
"We feel a real surge in Virginia," said Fifth District congressional candidate John Douglass, who does not have the same promising poll numbers that President Obama and Kaine do in Virginia. But, says Douglass, "They tend to make up their minds on congressmen last."