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Virginia's Local Government

Virginia's Governor and Lieutenant Governor

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Mark Warner is the governor for Virginia.  He is in the executive branch of our state government.  He is in the Democratic party.  He signs or vetos bills that the General Assembly passes.  The governor is the equivalent to the President in the federal government.

Mark Warner

Tim Kaine is the Lieutenant Governor for Virginia.  He is also in the executive branch of our state government.  Like Mark Warner, he is a Democrat.  He presides over the Senate, as a tie-breaker.  He would also take over the role as governor if the governor dies or resigns.  The Lieutenant Governor is the equaivalent to the vice president in the federal government.

Tim Kaine

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