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Sen. Barack Obama may not have carried the Twin County region against Sen. John McCain, but he won Virginia's 13 electoral votes Tuesday, capping a remarkable shift in the state's politics.
Virginia went for a Democratic candidate for the first time since 1964.
In barely two years, both Republican U.S. senators have been replaced by Democrats, and back-to-back Democrats have been elected governor.
Obama received 52 percent of the popular vote in Virginia, to McCain's 48 percent.
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