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ELECTION 2013 Jackson, Northam highlight differences at second debate

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    Candidates for Virginia Lt. Governor Democrat Ralph S. Northam, (left) and Republican E. W. Jackson (right) had a second debate at Old Dominion University on Wednesday.

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Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:00 am

NORFOLK — In a second showdown at Old Dominion University in Norfolk on Wednesday, the two candidates running for lieutenant governor again underscored their ideological differences.

But with less than six weeks until Election Day, E.W. Jackson, the Republican candidate, made an attempt to moderate himself, reaching across the aisle to Democrats -- the same party who he had previously called the “anti-God Party.”

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