The Virginia governor’s race has become a big-name, big-dollar fight. It pits a former chairman of the democratic party, Terry McAuliffe, against a former private equity CEO, Glenn Youngkin. The gubernatorial election is a test of Democrats’ enthusiasm as well as the Trump legacy in a swing state. As Lisa Desjardins reports, one lightning-rod issue could be the deciding factor: public schools.
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