Tim Kaine & Virginia Senate

Timothy Michael Tim Kaine (born February 26, 1958) is a Virginia politician. Kaine served as the 70th Governor of Virginia from 2006 to 2010, and was the chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 2009 to 2011. He was elected governor in 2005, after serving as the 38th Lieutenant Governor of Virginia and Mayor of Richmond, Virginia. The Senate of Virginia is the upper house of the Virginia General Assembly. The Senate is composed of 40 Senators representing an equal number of single-member constituent districts. 5.0/5

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BREAKING: Virginia Senate race. Tim Kaine's 2012 margin was 186k. Dems have lost 276K voters since Election Day. Race is tight.
Catina Masucci liked Tim Kaine has far more money from small donors than George Allen in Virginia Senate race: The…
Tim Kaine has pulled out a major victory for Democrats in the Virginia Senate race, beating Republican George Allen in a contest that drew national attention and played out in the shadow of the presidential campaign. Allen conceded the race a little before 11 p.m. Kaine was ahead 50.5-49.3 percent w...
Democrat Tim Kaine Wins Virginia Race: The Virginia Senate race was the most expensive in the country.
Kaine win gives Democrats 50 seats in Senate: Democrat Tim Kaine has won the Virginia Senate race, holding off a...
Breaking: Tim Kaine wins Virginia Senate election. Key race; a sign of things to come in the Presidential vote there tonight?
Washington Free Beacon shared the following link and had this to say about it: Former Virginia governor Tim Kaine is using his union backers to deflect criticism of his history of supporting anti-coal regulation. Democratic governor relies heavily on union label in Virginia Senate race By Bill McMorris Virginia Democratic Senate nominee Tim Kaine...
Virginia Senate candidate George Allen, a Republican, said opponent Tim Kaine had the most partisan job in America as chairman of the Democratic National Committee and can t run on his record as the state s former governor. Your bottom-line comparison is whose ideas work...
Virginia Senate candidate Tim Kaine is taking the unusual step of asking supporters to remove their lawn signs, because they could “become projectiles” under severe winds. “Please take down all of your yard signs as soon as you can -- not only for your safety, but also for the safety of your neighbors,” his campaign manager warned in an email, pointing people to emergency preparedness resources.
After criticism from pro-life groups after it endorsed pro-abortion Virginia Senate candidate Tim Kaine, Democrats for Life of America has revoked the endorsement.
Joe Biden's Lynchburg appearance is already making national headlines, but in a way the campaign probably isn't happy about. The Vice President twice referred to Virginia senate candidate and former governor, Tim Kaine, as TOM Kaine. He did correctly say Tim Kaine first, before making the mistake. What's your opinion?
In the Virginia Senate race, the NRA grades George Allen with an A for protecting your second amendment rights. Tim Kaine gets an F. An F means "True enemy of gun owners' rights. A consistent anti-gun candidate who always opposes gun owners' rights and/or actively leads anti-gun legislative efforts, or sponsors anti-gun legislation"
Senate candidate George Allen released a television ad Wedenesday criticizing his Democratic opponent Tim Kaine for supporting Obama and his planned defense cuts.
Who is going to win in the Virginia senate race? Tim Kaine or George Allen? I hope Tim Kaine is pulling ahead. Virginia needs some balance.
Republican George Allen is well aware he needs to close the gender gap with women in order to win the Virginia Senate race. The severity of that challenge was on full display Monday night in his fourth debate with Democrat Tim Kaine. When asked about proposals in the GOP-led General Assembly’s...
Just watched the Virginia Senate debate. Good God, the whites of Tim Kaine's eyes were brown. He can as close to a used car salesman as you can get. Virginia is not for sale.
George Allen (R) vs Tim Kaine (D) for Virginia Senate. I have voted for George in the past but Tim has swayed me in today's debate.
Democratic candidate Tim Kaine has a strong lead over Republican George Allen in the Virginia Senate race. Kaine leads, 51 percent to 44 percent, in a survey released Monday by Democratic firm Public Policy Polling. The survey of 725 likely voters was conducted Oct. 4-7, and has a 3.6 percent margin...
Have you heard about the Virginia Senate race? Tim Kaine wanted to raise taxes on Virginians even while the economy was in its worst months. Businesses are telling Washington to stop standing in the way. George Allen it is!
Just finished some canvassing for the Obama campaign. Connected with several voters that confirmed their support of Obama and I think I persuaded one undecided! It reminds me of the time I canvassed on Election Day in 2006. I knocked on many doors and only connected with a few people, but I did get at least one voter to the polls. That year Jim Webb won the Virginia Senate seat over then incumbent George Allen giving the Democrats the Senate Majority! I later read that Webb won by only 1800 votes, which is the same number of precincts in Virginia! I like to think that my getting that one vote was duplicated in the other 1799 Virginia precincts so as to secure Webb's win and then the Senate majority which helped stop the Bush administration of getting whatever it wanted. It is critical to turn Virginia blue [again as in 2008] for Obama/Biden, as well as Tim Kaine for Senate [I can't imagine returning George Allen as VA's Senator].
With all the Obama/Romney talk let's not forget the Virginia Senate race between George Allen and Tim Kaine. Once again this is a case of who do I think will hurt ME the least. I don't particularly like either of them, however, Tim Kaine is simply too much a mirrow image of Obama and I think you all know where I stand on that fellow. Needless to say I will be voting for George Allen because I cannot stand the thought of an Obama look alike as one of my Virgnia Senators.
David Gregory moderated this week's Virginia Senate debate between former Governors George Allen (R) and Tim Kaine (D). You canwatch the full debate hereor catch up with the highlightson PRESS Pass.
For those of you who say I'm biased and never post anything about the Democrats, you may now kiss my *** Virginia Senate nominee Tim Kaine (D) unexpectedly suggested in a debate with George Allen on Thursday that he’d be open to requiring everyone to pay a minimum amount — including the 47 percent of American taxpayers who do not currently pay any income tax. The Republicans quickly pounced, shouting: "ZOMG HE'S TAXING THE POOR!" Bad choice of words, until you understand the context of the statement. But bad choice of words nevertheless.
Virginia Senate candidate Tim Kaine, a Democrat, said that he's open to having a 'minimum tax level for everyone': 'I would be open to a proposal to have some minimum tax level for everyone,' said Kaine today at a Senate debate between himself and his opponent, Republican George Allen.
Polls: Tim Kaine ahead of George Allen in Virginia Senate race via
Post Poll: Tim Kaine opens first lead over George Allen in Virginia Senate race
Had an interesting day today (Thursday) on Capitol Hill while conducting some agency business. I get home tonight and heard on the news about a "Virginia Senate candidate" making a misstatement. I thought to myself.."What happened? Did George Allen say macaca again?" Turns out that apparently Tim Kaine got himself in trouble over a misstatement about taxes. Interesting. Ugh. It is too bad that Virginia has to choose between both these guys to represent us in the U.S. Senate. And so it goes.
catch the News4 Midday show today at 11am...Barbara Harrison and I take our show up to 12noon when you can see the first debate between Virginia Senate candidates Tim Kaine and George Allen right here on NBC4
Virginia Senate candidate Tim Kaine spoke prior to Obama's speech on Wednesday in Charlottesville, Va. He had praise for anyone signing up to go to war in Afghanistan. "We can still put our positive thumbprint on that nation," he said, to wild cheers. Imagine the competition among the world's nat...
Rasmussen came out today with a new poll of 500 likely voters that shows the Virginia Senate race between Republican George Allen and Democrat Tim Kaine dead even at 45% each. But there are some very interesting numbers in the poll that might come as a...
A New Rasmussen Poll on the Virginia Senate race has Tim Kaine (D) and George Allen (R) tied at 45%.
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Politically vulnerable Democrats across the country may be shying away from President Barack Obama. But not Virginia Senate candidate Tim Kaine. Former Gov. Kaine on Friday got to play sidekick and opening act for Obama as the commander in chief made a three-stop campaign swing in his home state. Ka...
Democratic former Gov. Tim Kaine has a narrow lead in the Virginia Senate race, in the new poll from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling. Kaine has 46 percent support, compared with Allen's 44 percent. The survey of 647 registered voters was conducted from July 5-8, and has a 3.9 percent margin...
VA AFL-CIO President Doris Crouse-Mays will be speaking Monday night, 7-9 pm, at Cafe Pizzaiolo Cameron Station to support the Vote Kids Action Fund. VKAF is committed to helping elect Tim Kaine to the Senate. The minimum requested donation is $25. Ms. Crouse-Mays will be speaking about the importance of children's programs for working families and offer special thoughts about the late State Senator Yvonne Miller. Ms. Miller was a lifelong children's advocate. "A Democrat, [Ms. Miller] served in the Virginia House of Delegates 1984–87 after which she was elected to the Senate of Virginia. She was the first African-American woman to serve in each house. She most recently represented the 5th district, made up of parts of the cities of Norfolk, Chesapeake and Virginia Beach. At the time of her death, Miller was the longest serving woman in the Virginia Senate, ranking 4th in overall seniority. In 1996, she became the first woman to chair a Senate committee." Wikipedia To RSVP, contact me, Paul Friedman, at ...
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