CLICK TO WATCH THE VIDEO
Career Democrat Terry McAuliffe and newcomer Republican Glenn Youngkin are battling for victory in Virginia's general election on Nov. 2.
A new survey reveals the race for governor in the blue state is far from decided. Poll results show Terry McAuliffe has 48% of projected votes, while Glenn Youngkin is close behind with 44%. The survey's margin of error is roughly 3 points, indicating the race could be even closer than expected.
McAuliffe is a longtime friend of the Clintons and was Virginia's governor from 2014 to 2018, pushing radical legislation throughout his whole career. The fake Catholic firmly supports so-called gay marriage, strict vaccine mandates and late-term abortion.
Terry McAuliffe: "I was a brick wall to protect women's rights when I was governor."
Glenn Youngkin: "My opponent, on the other hand, is the most extreme abortion candidate in the country."
His opponent Youngkin opposes counterfeit gay marriage, authoritarian jab mandates and abortion — with exceptions for rape and incest.
Youngkin takes a firm stance against critical race theory, while McAuliffe believes parents shouldn't interfere with State indoctrination.
McAuliffe: "I'm not going to let parents come into schools and actually take books out and make their own decisions. ... I don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach."
As the race continues, Virginia's voters are on the fence between the woke politics of death and a conservative's promise of change.