Shaun Brown

Virginia delegate

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Bernie Sanders delegate from Virginia

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Tim Kaine is the senator from Virginia, and a former governor from that state. He's seen as a centrist, but at heart is a died-in-the-wool liberal.

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Tim Kaine is the senator from Virginia, and a former governor from that state. He's seen as a centrist, but at heart is a died-in-the-wool liberal.

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