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Virginia Senate Election May Be One Of The Most Competitive Contests Of 2012

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VIRGINIA SENATE ELECTION 2012

George Allen and Timothy M. Kaine are locked in a dead heat 18 months from Election Day, according to a new Washington Post poll, suggesting that the U.S. Senate race between the Virginia titans may live up to its billing as one of the most competitive contests in the nation.

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