Senate candidate brings campaign to local DemocratsNow I'm not saying that if Jim Webb knocked on my door and wanted to sit down and talk to Paula and me for a spell that he wouldn't get our votes. And there's no telling - if he can do that 5,623,419 times in the next 120 days, he might pull off an upset.
Jim Webb says he's got to "get out and see more people" in his effort to beat Sen. George Allen.
By Todd Jackson, The Roanoke Times
U.S. Senate candidate Jim Webb brought his "kitchen table tour" to Roanoke's Malvern Road on Monday in an attempt to get his campaign cooking.
Webb, sitting in an easy chair in Democrat Warren Campbell's living room, acknowledged that he's got name recognition issues -- particularly in Western Virginia -- a day after a Mason-Dixon poll revealed that 33 percent of 625 survey respondents statewide don't know who he is. The same poll showed that incumbent Republican Sen. George Allen's name recognition is 97 percent. (link)
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