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Terry McAuliffe is hoping his winning streak holds as he seeks another term as Virginia governor


Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, who had gotten his start in politics as a young aide to McAuliffe, said that as crises mounted last year — the pandemic, the economic freeze, the social justice protests — he often turned to McAuliffe for advice. He was losing sleep, he said, and wrestling with whether to remove the city’s Confederate monuments, when McAuliffe gave him a push.



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