I’m not saying Creigh Deeds is some savior, but he isn’t Terry McAuliffe, and that’s enough for me.

State Sen. Creigh Deeds has opened up a double-digit lead over former Democratic Party chairman Terry McAuliffe and former state Sen. Brian Moran in advance of Tuesday’s Virginia gubernatorial primary, according to a Public Policy Polling survey conducted June 6-7.

Boosted by undecided voters breaking for him, Deeds clocks in at 40 percent to McAuliffe’s 26 percent and Moran’s 24 percent, with 10 percent still not having made a choice. The margin of error is 3 points.

Al Giordano has more on the significance of this Democratic primary race for the governorship of Virginia. A vote for Deeds looks like the best bet, even though Moran would probably be the optimal choice.

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