Barack Obama loves Virginia. Thursday's rally at Virginia Beach was his 10th visit to the state since he won the Democratic presidential nomination and his third in a little over a week.
And on Friday the Obama camp announced that he will end his campaign with a final rally at Manassas Park n the north of the state.
From the suburbs of Washington D.C. to the seaports of Hampton Roads, Virginia is abuzz with pre-election activity and excitement. Neighborhoods are dotted with rival lawn signs while campaign offices on both sides are packed with volunteers working phones and examining databases of voter statistics. Historically high turnout is expected Tuesday. Read full article »