The debates are over, and with just two weeks left now until election day, both campaigns say if anything, look for even more activity in Virginia between now and November 6th. Both campaigns brought surrogate supporters to Roanoke yesterday, urging supporters to get out the vote and saying reaching the state’s relatively few undecided voters could determine the election outcome.
WFIR’s Evan Jones reports on former Senator Rick Santorum campaigning in Roanoke for Mitt Romney. He addresses Democratic party charges that Romney has received changed his positions on important campaign issues.
WFIR’s Evan Jones reports on former presidential Press Secretary Robert Gibbs campaigning in Roanoke for Barack Obama. He discusses the president’s campaign plans and a report suggesting they might cut back in Virginia.