But that's just me. It would be interesting to hear from an actual Virginian on McDonnell.
In the mean time, Virginia's jobless rate fell:
Unemployment in Virginia fell to its lowest rate last month since December 2008, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The commonwealth’s November jobless rate was 5.6 percent, equaling that of March, April and May of this year.
Virginia has the lowest rate of unemployment in the Southeast, tying with New Hampshire for the second-lowest jobless rate east of the Mississippi River, Gov. Bob McDonnell’s office noted in a news release.
In the first full month of McDonnell’s tenure, February 2010, unemployment in Virginia stood at 7.2 percent. Since then, Virginia has added 150,500 net new jobs, the nation’s eighth-highest amount in that period.
“Working together across party lines, we are creating an environment in Virginia in which the private sector can grow and create new, good paying jobs for our citizens,” McDonnell stated in the release.Read the rest of the story HERE.