Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe just made the announcement that he will not be running for President in the 2020 race to the White House.
McAuliffe was expected to throw his hat into the Democrat pool by the end of March. McAuliffe went to South Carolina on a test run last month but has ultimately decided against launching an actual campaign.
The former Democrat governor confessed that he’s “worried about Virginia”, and that his immediate plans are to focus on winning the House and Senate in Virginia.
A slew of high-ranking Virginia politicians
Neither Northam or Fairfax have heeded calls for resignation, and remain in place. McAuliffe is disturbed by these events and has turned his focus back on his home state, although it’s unclear what he has specifically planned.
The 62-year-old former governor’s decision is a remarkable turn of events, as new Democrat contenders launch campaigns every week.
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