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Gov. McDonnell breaks down crucial Virginia counties, says Sandy won't impact the election

With just one percentage point separating the two candidates according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, the swing state of Virginia is sure to be one of the crucial wins for either side.

Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell (R) spent time campaigning with Romney across the state yesterday and he sits down with Soledad on Starting Point this morning to explain which counties will influence the state's vote.

Gov. McDonnell also explains that Virginians are in "normal campaign mode'" and says that Hurricane Sandy isn't having an impact on the election in the state.

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