U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a Democrat who is seeking re-election next year, has double-digit leads over three potential Republican rivals, according to a new Virginia statewide survey by the University of Mary Washington.
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President Donald Trump received mostly negative evaluations in a new Virginia statewide survey by the University of Mary Washington, with 55 percent of adult Virginians saying they disapprove of his job performance, while 37 percent approve.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam (D) and Republican nominee Ed Gillespie remain locked in a tight contest for governor of Virginia, with 44 percent of likely voters favoring Northam and 39 percent backing Gillespie in a new University of Mary Washington statewide survey.
Ed Gillespie, a Republican who narrowly lost a U.S. Senate seat two years ago, is favored to become the Republican nominee for governor next year, according to a new University of Mary Washington poll.
Three of every four Virginians surveyed say that if U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine is elected vice president, Gov. Terry McAuliffe should not appoint himself to fill the vacant Senate seat that would result, according to a new University of Mary Washington poll.