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The governor’s mansion and every legislative seat in Richmond are on the line when Virginia voters head to the polls in November. We want to know what issues most concern you. What do you think of the candidates on the ballot, and the campaigns they’ve run? Do you see Nov. 7th’s off-year election as a bellweather on the Trump presidency? Let us know what’s on your mind, and why you will — or won’t — cast a ballot.
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