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Virginia's newspapers agree... Terry McAuliffe is the Democrat who can win. ... terry mcauliffe "terry mcauliffe" 2009 governor va-gov vagov virginia tmac t-mac macker jobs economy "economic growth"
Governor Ed Rendell, Democrat of Pennsylvania, endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor because Terry has the right executive experience to get Virginia's economy again.
Montana Governor and Democratic Governor's Association chair Brian Schweitzer endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor of Virginia on June 5, 2009 in Arlington.
Terry McAuliffe is still drawing campaign cash in the last week before the Virginia Democratic gubernatorial primary on June 9, but a second poll this week shows him trailing in the race.
Mr. McAuliffe, the former Democratic National Committee
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Watch Terry McAuliffe's TV ad about 3 big ideas to move Virginia forward.
Republican Bob McDonnell has found something he really wants to talk about on the campaign trail, but it looks like he's not getting the answers he wants from the Democratic field.
McDonnell is overly eager to talk about "card-check" the nickname
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Terry will invest in early childhood education. ... terry "terry mcauliffe" mcauliffe
Ben Tribbett of the popular blog Not Larry Sabato endorses Terry McAuliffe for Governor of Virginia.
Terry McAuliffe says that he helped Obama get elected AFTER the primary....so what about before? Visit www.tmac4real.com for more info.
Terry McAuliffe campaign ad: Stepped Up
In what contest could Tom Daschle's endorsement be bragging rights?
In Terry McAuliffe's campaign for governor of Virginia.
In what contest could those TV ads that Hillary Clinton ran about taking that sensitive "3 am phone call" at the White House be
Baltimore Sun Blogs
In a fundraising appeal to supporters yesterday, McAuliffe's campaign called Moran's ads "a new low," and said they were "deliberately designed to deceive voters into believing Terry opposed Barack Obama's candidacy last November." It released a
Democrat Brian Moran's new radio ad dives back into the protracted primary clash between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama - hitting Terry McAuliffefor guiding Clinton's' campaign.
Moran, McAuliffe and Sen. Creigh Deedsare all running for governor in a
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Immediately after the primary, Terry led to the charge for Democrats to unite behind Barack Obama. Terry held dozens and dozens of events in Virginia and across the country making the case that President Obama was the right person to turn the page on eight devastating years of Republican rule and restore the promise of America. The Obama campaign trumpeted Terrys support -- releasing professional web videos of Terrys campaign stops in Virginia and other swing states....
Terry McAuliffe speaks to about 260 people at the Arlington County Democratic Committee's JJ Dinner on May 15, 2009.
Terry McAuliffe TV ad on how he saved a bank from failure.
Recording artist and actor will.i.am and candidate for Governor Terry McAuliffe campaigned in Virginia.
The record that Terry McAuliffe is hiding; the baggage we'll have to carry. www.tmac4real.com
WVEC's coverage of Terry McAuliffe's campaign stop with President Bill Clinton in Norfolk.
Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, left, is seen with music artist will.I.am during a campaign stop in Norfolk, Va., on May 11.
May 14, 2009 | ARLINGTON, Va. -- It was getting late Monday night, and Biz Markie had been playing hit after
Terry McAuliffe speaks to the crowd at the Clarendon Ballroom in Arlington, VA on May 11, 2009. The event was with will.i.am to support Terry's run for governor of Virginia..
In 2005, DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe presented Virginia Democrats with a $5 million gift to help Tim Kaine and down-ballot Democrats.
NBC12's Ryan Nobles talks to Terry McAuliffe about the Washington Post story on his business background and the Democratic Primary in Virginia. Read more at decisionvirginia.com
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The Hill welcomes comment from anyone and will almost always post it whether it is favorable or critical, as long as it is substantive and advances debate.
Here's an interesting campaign move: In
The Washington Post DID the research: McAuliffe's Past May Cost Him The Washington Post May 3, 2009 www.washingtonpost.com "McAuliffe boasted of launching five businesses in Virginia. It turned out that all five of McAuliffe's Virginia businesses are investment partnerships, with no employees, registered to his home address in McLean."
AGREEING AS they do on most (though not all) issues, the three Democratic candidates for Virginia governor have taken to arguing about fundraising. If you believe the campaigns, Terry McAuliffe has too much money from out-of-state donors, Brian Moran
The Washington Post
Terry McAuliffe gave the largest gift in DNC history for a gubernatorial race to Tim Kaine in 2005
Terry McAuliffe campaigns in Richmond, Virginia on April 27, 2009. Listen to his ideas on bringing new energy and new jobs to Virginia.
Terry McAuliffe Airs Ad on Wind Energy
McAuliffe dispatched 60 staff members and 38 volunteers, many arriving more than a day early, to erect 25000 signs extending 20 miles. "It goes to show, if you have too much money, you waste it,'' Moran said. www.washingtonpost.com
Terry went on FOX 5 to talk about his Business Plan for Virginia, and how to invest in education, transportation, and renewable energy so we can create jobs, improve Virginia's standard of living, and grow the Commonwealth's economy.
For those of you who plan on voting in the 2009 Virginia gubernatorial race, it's time you learn about the real sleezebag Terry McAuliffe is. Washington Insider. Big City Fundraiser. Hillary Clinton Supporter. Richmond deserves better. So, whoever you plan on voting for, even if it is not Creigh Deeds, I applaud you if it's not going to McAuliffe in the form of Brian Moran or even Bob McDonnell. For more information on the race: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_gubernatorial_election,_2009 ...
Terry McAuliffe talks about job losses in Richmond, and the need the retrain workers and invest in renewable energy to turn things around.
Terry participated in his second of a series of work days with the fire fighters of Firehouse #41 in Fairfax Station. After testing some of the equipment and fighting an actual fire, Terry grilled some burgers for the fire fighters.
...attorney general’s race in 2005, and former House Democratic Caucus chairman Brian Moran is also in the race. "We welcome Terry McAuliffe to the race and we’re looking forward to an open and honest discussion of how we keep Virginia moving forward," said Peter...
RICHMOND, Va.- Former Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe said on Saturday he intends to run for governor
After months of speculation over his plans, McAuliffe announced his intentions in a video posted on his
Terry McAuliffe announces he will kick off his campaign for VA governor on January 7, 2009.
At the annual AP day forum in Richmond, Terry McAuliffe praises the leadership of Tim Kaine and Mark Warner, and talks about what we need to move Virginia forward in this current economic downturn.
At the annual AP day forum in Richmond, Terry McAuliffe talks about his experiences in Virginia -- raising a family, creating jobs, and helping Virginia Democrats as Chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Potential opponents dismiss him as a cynical Daddy Warbucks who has long plotted to buy himself a governorship -- claiming he even mulled runs in his native New York and Florida, where his wife's family lives.
Terry McAuliffe (AKA "The Macker"
On November 6, just days after the election, Republican Strategist Pat Buchanan and Democratic Advisor Terry McAuliffe went head-to-head on how President-Elect Barack Obama's administration could affect manufacturing and the economy-at-large in an exclusive debate aboard the Siemens exiderdome, a traveling technology expo of productivity solutions. To view Multimedia News Release, go to www.prnewswire.com
...I just got off the phone with Terry McAuliffe, here's a rough transcript of our 10-minute conversation. Yeah, Terry McAuliffe was talking really fast, thoughts spilling out in a torrent, which means that I was basically scribbling notes as fast as I could,...
He's about to say new world order, but got censur or something happen, he act strange after that comment, try watch from 4:10 if u not want to see it all.
...that makes the swift boat ads look like Public Service Announcements," said former Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe, referring to the ads that cast doubt on John Kerry's war record in 2004. Speaking to around 40 Obama supporters at the...
At Sept. 29, 2008 Town Hall in Martinsville, VA
At Sept. 29, 2008 Town Hall in Martinsville, VA.
...In Roanoke today for a health care forum, Terry McAuliffe said he's interested in running for governor, but that a decision will have to wait until after the 2008 elections. McAuliffe also said that he believes the "vast majority" of Hillary Clinton supporters...
Former DNC Chairman and Chairman of the Clinton campaign encourages Pennsylvanians to get out to vote for Barack Obama.
Terry McAuliffe, the former Chair of the Democratic National Committee speaking at the Democratic Party of Virginia's quarterly meeting in Fredericksburg about the upcoming election.