Hardly an hour went by on Tuesday night before Terry McAuliffe was called as the Democratic Party’s nominee for governor in Virginia, as predicted. The former governor will run against Republican Glenn Youngkin in the general election in November to win back his old job.
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McLean resident and former Gov. Terry McAuliffe won a resounding victory in the Democratic primary Tuesday to run for the state’s top office again.
Already 151 Rappahannock voters have cast their early or mail-in ballots for the state-run primary election on June 8, according to the county voter registrar. The primary will determine the Democratic nominees to become the commonwealth’s next governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.
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“Busy — the turnout has been astounding!” McKiernan tells the Rappahannock News. “We’ve had over 500 in-person [voting] so far [through Monday]. And we’ve mailed out around 1,400 ballots. And we [the county] only have 6,000 registered voters as of last week.”