Politics & Government

October 28, 2012 1:48 PM

Once a sign of his game-changing appeal, Virginia now could slip away from Obama

As he stood waiting for President Barack Obama to arrive for a campaign rally at a minor league baseball field, longtime Virginia resident Rick Flaherty marveled that his state could help the Democrat remain in the White House.

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