Deeds advisers say they will continue to tag McDonnell with the thesis and his service on the board of Regent University, the conservative Christian school where the Republican wrote the paper, but that they would also move more aggressively to tailor kitchen table issues to the states distinct regions. That means schools and roads in traffic-clogged northern Virginia, an emphasis on education in heavily-black Richmond and the Tidewater area and a jobs message in economically hard-hit southwest Virginia.
Now, I am the first to admit the Eastern Shore is but a minuscule section of VA, but daggonit, we've got all of those same problems just in this one little corner and are all but ignored.
I attend a very small church, and most of the folks do tend to trend Dem, but even they are about over being ignored. There are no Deeds' signs in the yards of those who normally have Dem signs. The Delegate race signs are there, but no statewide race signs at all (I'm the exception, with all the R signs in my yard. LOL)
OK, end of regional rant :)
If the Deeds people approach me at the polling place, I intend to tell them how disgusted I am with the attack on Regent University. It’s just beyond the pale.