Democrats Buoyed by Election Results Democrats win the big prizes in off-year elections, snagging governorships in New Jersey and Virginia. Democrats are especially celebrating Tim Kaine's victory in Virginia -- a state that voted for President Bush in 2000 and 2004.
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Democrats Buoyed by Election Results

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Sen. Jon Corzine celebrates his gubernatorial win at his East Brunswick, N.J., headquarters. Reuters hide caption

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Democrats win the big prizes in off-year elections, snagging governorships in New Jersey and Virginia. Republicans note that both states already had Democratic governors. But Democrats are celebrating Tim Kaine's victory in Virginia -- a state that voted for President Bush in 2000 and 2004.