BREAKING: Virginia race called between Sen. Tim Kaine and challenger Corey Stewart
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Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) coasted into his second term in the Senate on Tuesday, beating controversial Republican challenger Corey Stewart.
Kaine, who has deep roots in Virginia from years of holding public office, painted himself as an underdog during the Senate race, which the Cook Political Report had rated a “solid” Democratic one.
The article goes on to state the following:
And during the last leg of the race, Kaine had far surpassed Stewart in both fundraising as well as polls, with some polls averaging him as being up at least 20 percentage points.
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