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By Jerry Kilgore This year's presidential candidates, Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama, could not offer two more definitive visions for the people of Western Virginia.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine, passed over for vice president but still a prospect for a college presidency, says there's no way he won't complete the remaining 16 months of his term.
By Michael Owens, Bristol Herald Courier, Va. Aug. 2--BIG STONE GAP, Va. -- Among the topics missing from Gov. Tim Kaine's public conversation list is speculation of being tapped as Barack Obama's running mate.
By Jeff E. Schapiro, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Aug. 1--To the home-state crowd, he's coy about the vice presidency. But to a national audience, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine is showing a little leg.
By Warren Fiske, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Va. Jul. 30--RICHMOND -- Gov. Timothy M. Kaine was mum Tuesday as word spread across the nation that Democrat Barack Obama may be on the verge of asking him to run for vice president.
By Warren Fiske, The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Va. Jul. 29--RICHMOND -- Gov. Timothy M. Kaine this morning refused to discuss growing reports that Barack Obama may be on the verge of asking him to run for vice president this fall.
By Jeff E. Schapiro, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 29--Gov. Timothy M. Kaine declined today to issue a "Shermanesque" statement that he would turn down Sen. Barack Obama's request to be his vice presidential running mate.
By Jeff E. Schapiro, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 29--Democrat Barack Obama is heightening speculation that Gov. Timothy M. Kaine leads his list of vice-presidential prospects.
By Jeff E. Schapiro and Jim Nolan, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jun. 24--A business group that backs higher taxes for transportation and activists who oppose them were out in force yesterday as lawmakers returned to Richmond.
By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States needs to set milestones for progress, not a firm withdrawal date, before it can leave Iraq, Virginia governor and prospective Democratic presidential candidate Mark Warner said on Monday.
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