As contentious as the Virginia gubernatorial race was, the current governor and governor- elect seem to be getting along quite well.
But both Governor McDonnell and Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe said during a Thursday briefing that although they do have some differences, they've agreed that those differences don't matter much right now.
They said the goal is to bring Virginians—especially the legislature—together.
Campaign communication about immigration reform has an effect on voters from a variety of backgrounds. That’s part of the analysis of an exit poll conducted statewide after this week’s vote in Virginia.
Election Day 2013 is over, but the buzz surrounding several races continues today.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe defeats Republican Ken Cuccinelli to become Virginia's 72nd Governor. Many were surprised at just how close the numbers were, since pollsters predicted a runaway defeat by McAuliffe. As of this morning, McAuliffe led by 48 percent of the vote to Cuccinelli's 45.5 percent.