A whole host of vaguely familiar faces came blowing through the area yesterday:
Warner, Boucher join Webb on campaign trailNo need to worry yourself. Warner won't ever be able to raise your taxes again, Webb won't ever be granted the opportunity, and Boucher can't inflict much damage as long as the Republicans hold a majority in Congress.
By Clifford Jeffery, Kingsport Times-News
BRISTOL, Va. - With 12 days until the election, U.S. Senate hopeful Jim Webb made a stop Thursday morning at the Bristol train station.
Webb is running against incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. George Allen.
About 130 people - many of them members of the United Mine Workers of America holding signs of support for Webb - braved cold, wet weather to see Webb and former Virginia Gov. Mark Warner and U.S. Rep. Rick Boucher, D-Va. (link)
And they left as quickly as they arrived. Boucher went back to his permanent residence in Washington, Warner went back to Hollywood, and Webb, it is rumored, will soon be going back to writing abberant sexual porn ...
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