Further Dividing Virginia Dems, Northam Finally Announces His Support For Pipelines

Northam takes a stance on Atlantic Coast Pipeline after months of dodging the issue

From the RGA:

"After months of dodging and ducking questions on whether he supports energy pipeline construction projects in Virginia, Democrat candidate for Virginia governor Ralph Northam finally admitted his support for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline this morning after being pressed in an interview on the John Fredericks Show. In doing so, Northam is taking the opposite position of his running mate Justin Fairfax, his primary opponent Tom Perriello, and many of his party’s base voters, who have already been fuming at Northam for refusing to oppose pipelines." 

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