Saturday, June 6, 2009

Looks like a tight race in Virginia...

for second place. The undecideds seem to almost all be moving in the same direction.

I'm not going to call the race like I did the Saturday before the election for Kay Hagan based on early returns from our final poll because preferences in this race have been so fluid. But it doesn't look like things are going to be as close on Tuesday as the polling in the last week suggested.

5 comments:

Brandon said...

Reading between the lines; they're breaking for Deeds.

Reed Shaw said...

When is the poll coming out?

Anonymous said...

If Deeds wins, the candidate that raised the least money will have won. I think three person fields sometimes produce unpredictable results. As evidence, the NY-26 Democratic primary in 2008 was a three person field with an unexpected result.

Anonymous said...

This will also be the first time a candidate will have won without having opened his mouth once, but at some point Deeds will have to speak for himself. The Post can't save him come November.

johnnylongtorso said...

Pretty sure Deeds has spoken plenty, as he's been campaigning across the state for months and appeared at all of the primary debates.

 
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