Virginia Senate race means googling Placido Domingo and finding Tim Kaine (Washington Post)

That hazard pales in comparison with worries most candidates have that not enough is being done to reach voters, said Stephen Farnsworth, a political science professor at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg.

“A campaign is not designed to leave a lot of money on the table,” Farnsworth said. “You spend what you have because you don’t ever want to be in a position of thinking something is a done deal and then be surprised when the votes are being counted.”

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