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Four months before the November election, the races for governor and attorney general in Virginia appear very tight.
Republican nominee for lieutenant governor E.W. Jackson admitted that he used marijuana and experimented in other controlled substances in his youth, and acknowledged that he was forced to file for bankruptcy during a news conference where he sought to clear the air about his past.
Virginia Democrats denounced the new GOP ticket for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.
Virginia Republicans have chosen firebrand conservative minister E.W. Jackson's for lieutenant governor, the first black candidate the party has nominated for statewide office since 1988.
Bob Marshall has formally announced his U.S. Senate candidacy.