Today: Terry McAuliffe on NBC12 First at 4
Have you been wondering, “whatever happened to Terry McAuliffe?”. The former Chairman of the Democratic National Committee and candidate for Governor of Virginia has been very active since he fell to Sen. Creigh Deeds in the 2009 Democratic Primary. Active to the point that many already consider him a candidate for Governor in 2013.
As outlined in the Washington Post Virginia Politics blog, McAuliffe is staffing up, traveling and acting very much like a man poised to take another run at the Commonwealth’s top office. In addition to his work trying to drum up new business in Virginia, McAuliffe has been very active politically. He teamed up with Governor George Allen to tout a plan to help schools invest in upgrades to buildings, he made an appearance at this year’s Shad Planking and he even gave his opinion on Governor Bob McDonnell‘s decision to honor Confederate History Month.
Mr. McAuliffe is in Richmond today (Monday) and will join me live on NBC12 First at 4. You can see the live interview on NBC12-TV and streamed live on NBC12.com.
I’ll have a recap of his interview later on Decision Virginia.