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A Tale of Two Senate Candidates

Today, George Allen is touring Northern Virginia, meeting with voters, discussing with business leaders ways to create jobs, basically what you expect of an engaged candidate working to earn votes and build a base to win not only next week’s primary, but the November general election as well.

U.S. Sen. candidate George Allen (left) and PWC Chairman / Lt. Gov. candidate Corey Stewart (right) tour the high-end Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center mixed use development construction site in Prince William County near Potomac Mills Mall

These bread and butter stops in Northern Virginia has earned him mockery, ridicule and scorn from Tim Kaine’s campaign.

So, what is Timmy! up to today?  Well, you’d have to go clear across the country in order to find out as he is in San Francisco at a high-dollar, exclusive fundraiser for President Obama where he will appear alongside his ideological soulmate, CA Gov. Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown.  That’s not exactly championing the kitchen table issues that Virginians are having to deal with now is it?

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5 Responses to “A Tale of Two Senate Candidates”

  1. Colin B.

    Looks like they’re getting ready to re-shoot the Beastie Boy’s Intergalactic music video!

  2. Ken Reynolds

    C’mon……………how often does Cowboy George go to Prince William County? And with his soulmate, bestfriend and Latino Buddy Corey?

    • Riley

      George Allen comes to PWC quite often, but most of the time it isn’t news. Heck, he even knows where to buy the cheapest gas in the county.

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