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Virginia looking good for Clinton

The second presidential debate Sunday between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and her Republican counterpart Donald Trump is one of the last chances for the two hopefuls to plead their case to voters in swings states that could decide the Nov. 8 election. Virginia has traditionally been one of...
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