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.