Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine counted health care policy among his chief concerns at a campaign rally for Hillary Clinton in Miami on July 23. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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How Tim Kaine Went From City Council To Vice Presidential Candidate

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In Divided Virginia Administration, Kaine Learned To Work Across The Aisle

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Tim Kaine's Pastor Describes The Veep Pick's Life As A Devout Catholic

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia greet the crowd during a campaign event on July 14 in Annandale, Va. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Ever since New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie endorsed Trump (and stood behind him at a Super Tuesday event), he has been on many people's lists of likely Trump running mates. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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