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RGA Ties Tomblin To Obama in West Virginia


Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin reacts to crowd support during the Democratic primary election party Saturday, May 14, 2011 in Charleston, W.V. Tomblin will represent the Democrats during October's special gubernatorial election. --PHOTO: JEFF GENTNER/AP(PHOTO: JEFF GENTNER/AP)

"I live in Morgantown," says Maloney. "Moved to West Virginia after college. Sharon and I raised our daughters here, go to church here, started a business, and created jobs." Both sides acknowledge a tightening race, but early voting results have shown Democrats turning out in strong numbers, a encouraging sign from the party, especially when paired with its built in registration advantage. Tomblin released his final ad earlier Wednesday. That spot features the state's highest profile Democrat: Sen. Joe Manchin.

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