Gillespie pressures Northam on sanctuary cities in Virginia's final debate of governor's race

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Ralph Northam Admits He's Just Fine With McAuliffe's Snubbing of Police Over Politics

- rga.org
10 Oct 2017
In last night's final Virginia gubernatorial debate, Democrat Ralph Northam's troubles with Virginia law enforcement got even worse. When Northam was asked about Governor Terry McAuliffe's decision to cancel a meeting with the Virginia Sheriffs' Association - political retribution that was enacted after a majority of its members decided to endorse Republican Ed Gillespie ...

Final debate for Virginia governor's race before November election

10 Oct 2017
The two major party candidates for governor held their third and final debate at University of Virginia's College at Wise. Republican Ed Gillespie and Democrat Ralph Northam went head to head on issues including the coal mining industry, birth control and immigration. Voters hit up the polls on November 7.
- wfirnews.com

Gillespie, Northam Meet For Final Debate

- wvtf.org
10 Oct 2017
The debate illustrated the narrative each is trying to cast about their opponent. Democrat Ralph Northam says Republican Ed Gillespie part of the Washington swamp, a wealthy man hoping to help his wealthy buddies by giving them lower taxes. "My opponent, Ed Gillespie, is a DC lobbyist," Northam said at the debate. "He believes in giving tax cuts to the wealthy at the ...

Why Republicans might actually win the Virginia governor's race, explained

10 Oct 2017
But the Virginia governor's race this year is making some on the left queasy as a redux of Election Day 2016. Gillespie has found an opening by flaying Northam over culture war issues in mailers and campaign ads. Northam, meanwhile, has tried to turn the campaign back to pocketbook economic issues and health care -- but struggled to craft a message that appeals to the ...
- wmda.mobi

Democrat Ralph Northam Leads Republican Ed Gillespie

- peoplespunditdaily.com
10 Oct 2017
Forty-two percent (42%) view the President of the United States favorably in the once solidly Republican state, while just 39% view their governor positively. Mr. Northam has a slightly favorable 42%/39% ratio, while Mr. Gillespie has a 43%/42% favorable ratio.

Frontrunner in Virginia's governor race, Lt Gov Ralph Northam, just admitted Terry McAuliffe snubbed the police over politics

10 Oct 2017
Asked by Republican Ed Gillespie why McAuliffe refused to meet with the Virginia Sherriff's Association -- after a number of those police endorsed the GOP candidate for governor -- Northam responded that he "had absolutely nothing to do with the cancellation of that meeting."
- washingtonexaminer.com

Virginia governor candidates trade blows in final debate

- politico.com
10 Oct 2017
In his opening statement, Northam tagged Gillespie as a D.C. lobbyist and brought up the the line of work that made Gillespie wealthy in seemingly every answer. Gillespie tied Northam to Obama administration policies and figures that are unpopular in the region, arguing Northam's environmental policies would lead to "more laid-off miners and more laid-off factory workers."

Virginia Fraternal Order of Police Endorses Gillespie for Governor

10 Oct 2017
The Virginia Fraternal Order of Police, the Commonwealth's largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, today endorsed 2017 Republican nominee Ed Gillespie for governor. The endorsements add to Gillespie's growing support across the public safety community, including endorsements from a majority of Virginia sheriffs and the Virginia Police Benevolent Association.
- edforvirginia.com

Who won Virginia's governor debate, Ralph Northam or Ed Gillespie

- telegraphmedia.net
10 Oct 2017
After a question about the recent gerrymandering case put before the Supreme Court and the state's upcoming redistricting in 2021, Northam called his opponent "the architect of gerrymandering in this country," adding that, as governor, he would "not sign a map unless it's fairly drawn."
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