Gov. Wes Moore’s black SUV pulled up to a dimly lit parking lot behind a small, gray house-turned-office in suburban Virginia on Saturday night, the last of a half-dozen campaign stops across the commonwealth. Earlier in the day, he’d spoken to hundreds at boisterous rallies and a festive breakfast. By the time night fell, the governor was in Manassas, climbing the steps to the small office where a couple of dozen mostly young campaign staffers and volunteers waited, one clutching a copy of Moore’s bestselling book.
Gov. Moore rallies Virginia Democrats in nationally watched state house races
November 6, 2023