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October 26th, 2010
07:47 AM ET

Tim Kaine on midterms: 'It’s going to be close'

Polls and predictions painting an ugly picture for democrats one week out until the midterms elections, but Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine not ready to concede just yet.

This morning, the former Virginia governor tells American Morning’s John Roberts, "We've got work to do," but explains why he remains optimistic.

Also, watch for his take on Frank Caprio telling President Obama to take his endorsement and “shove it.”


Filed under: Midterm elections • Politics
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  1. Gregory Nix

    When it comes to voting, I vote on every electionand have been since I was of voting age. However i think more would vote if the idea of "one man one vote" were true. with the electorial college I feel that a lot of people feel as if their vote doesn't matter. Let's face it, when a person can win the popular vote and lose an election, something is wrong with our system. Alos, mandatory voting would help eliminate a good amount of apathy, but would not remove our real problem. Enact campaign finance reform and people would feel that our candidates were true representatvies of the people, not corporate interest.

    October 26, 2010 at 8:43 am |