Much-Hyped Virginia Gov Race Will Be Decided By The Few Who Actually Vote
After millions of dollars, hundreds of barbecues, coffees and fish fries and five debates, this is what the men running for the Democratic nomination for governor of Virginia are struggling with a couple of weeks before the primary:
"I saw one knocking on my door," said Kurtis Dowtin, 29, who lives near Tysons Corner Center, where he was shopping on a recent afternoon. "I didn't open. I thought it was Jehovah's Witness."