"We will not be the party of the middle class if the nominee of this party is beholden to Donald Trump or Wall Street interests or to tainted defense contractors that got millions in earmarks from his brother in Congress," Deeds said during his closing statement. "We will have lost our way if we allow the Wall Street establishment or a corrupt political establishment to control our agenda for the next four years." (Emphasis mine)
Creigh is trying his hardest to make up for lost time. I personally had all but written off his candidacy until recently. But between his Q1 fundraising efforts, recent southwestern Va campaign swing and Moran's emerging donor-gate...um, incident (are we calling it a scandal yet?), I'm beginning to think Deeds is on the verge of turning the race on its head.