In Four weeks the Virginia Governor’s race is the real referendum on Obama

Bob McDonnell-GOP Governor Candidate-Virginia

Bob McDonnell-GOP Governor Candidate-Virginia

In close to three weeks from now, only two states the Garden State of New Jersey and the Commonwealth of Virginia will be having their election for Governor.  In that time, everyone in America including Wisconsin will have their eyes on the Virginia Governor’s race as this race is definitely a referendum on President Barack Obama and his policies.

This is evident as Bob McDonnell has been doing his campaign the right way in the face of gutter, dirty attacks by Democratic nominee, State Senator Creigh Deeds.  The polling numbers in Virginia show right now that conservatives have the momentum in their court.   First, the latest approval rating for President Obama in Virginia is at only 49 percent according to a SurveyUSA Poll released on September 30th.  Second, polling agencies including Rasmussen and SurveyUSA have shown the former Attorney General pulling ahead with very steady leads even up to today as SurveyUSA still has McDonnell leading by nine points.

As Creigh Deeds is been loading up on last second campaign cash from the unions and left wing special interests to put another baseless attack on McDonnell think that this will be the same thing that will happen in Wisconsin next year.  Think that this year’s race for Virginia Governor will have implications for 2010 and beyond for not just Virginia but everywhere across America.

This is why the race for Virginia Governor is a referendum on the Obama Administration brought to you by the voters of the Commonwealth of Virginia.  As more people are seeing more jobs lost, no tort reform for health care, and seeing their freedoms erode, more Virginians will be convinced that Bob McDonnell is the right choice to lead Virginia in tough times and will set an example of leadership for all 49 other states across America.

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2 Responses to In Four weeks the Virginia Governor’s race is the real referendum on Obama

  1. alexhiggins732 says:

    The Star Ledger’s endorsement of Chris Daggett is great news. I wish the republicans would stop the Bush/Rove Fear mongering. There is obviously a consensus that a vote for Daggett is not a vote for Corzine, except among those who use mass psychological terror to promote their own agendas.

    Daggett is the only viable candidate and there are many of this who are voting for him because we know he can win and is the only candidate who can change this state. The Star Ledger’s endorsement echoes and re-affirms that Daggett is a viable candidate and can win.

    Facts are facts and I don’t know how you can ignore them.

    Furthermore, Daggett is now polling at 18% and there even rumors on that NYC Mayor Micheal Bloomberg will endorse Daggett. If Still think Daggett Can’t win then read this to find out why your wrong. 11 Years ago Jesse Ventura was polling in the low teens, much lower than Daggett just three weeks before the election and he won.

    I say no to Chris Christie because

    The Chris Christie mafia connections.
    Christie’s multiple multi-million dollar bribe scandals.
    Illegal campaign finance by Christie and Corzine.
    Voting for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil.
    The Chris Christie style of justice..

    I can go on and on about both Chris Christie and Jon Corzine. The skyrocketing cost of living, the Exodus of jobs, residents, business and income from the state, corrupt politicians from my local municipality, to the county court house, to Trenton all the way to Washington.

    That’s why I refuse to vote Corzine or Christie. I am Voting Chris Daggett and so should you

    Only voter’s have the power to change the government. We must refuse to be held captive to the broken two-party system that has brought a plaque of scandal and corruption into our government by fear of voting for a third party. Its time to send a message to politicians in NJ and all across the country. Its time to end politics as usual.

    Even if your not from NJ you can still cyber volunteer.

    Help spread the word about Daggett
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  2. “In Four weeks the Virginia Governor’s race is the real referendum on Obama.”

    Not hardly. Last night’s outcome is little more than a recurring theme in Virginia politics.

    Yes, Virginia voted for a Democrat for the first time since Lyndon B. Johnson this election. However, I say this isn’t a proper barometer for one reason: look at Virginia’s history. We suffer from election hangover. We always have.

    What I mean by that is simple: the winning party is burnt out. People aren’t amped up come the state election the following November. They already “got out the vote.” “Their candidate” already won. It’s a sad state of affairs and it’s a shame it happens, I know. But that’s the trend. Both political parties’ supporters are guilty.

    If a Democrat is President, we typically have a Republican governor. If a Republican is President, our state governor is a Democrat. If you don’t believe me, see below:

    1976 Presidential race winner: Jimmy Carter (D)
    1977 VA Governor race winner: John Dalton (R)

    1980 Presidential race winner: Ronald Reagan (R)
    1981 VA Governor race winner: Chuck Robb (D)

    1984 Presidential race winner: Ronald Reagan (R)
    1985 VA Governor race winner: Gerald Baliles (D)

    1988 Presidential race winner: George H. W. Bush (R)
    1989 VA Governor race winner: Douglas Wilder (D)

    1992 Presidential race winner: Bill Clinton (D)
    1993 VA Governor race winner: George Allen (R)

    1996 Presidential race winner: Bill Clinton (D)
    1997 VA Governor race winner: Jim Gilmore (R)

    2000 Presidential race winner: George W. Bush (R)
    2001 VA Governor race winner: Mark Warner (D)

    2004 Presidential race winner: George W. Bush (R)
    2005 VA Governor race winner: Tim Kaine (D)

    2008 Presidential race winner: Barack Obama (D)
    2009 VA Governor race winner: Bob McDonnell (R)

    History is history. And Virginia is no barometer. Sorry GOP. Sorry overly happy political critics. McDonnell Wins Virginia is a Premature Barometer Test for Obama’s policies. It says but one thing: your President is a Democrat and your Governor is a Republican.

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