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Kaine Thanks Supporters At Homecoming Rally

Last night (8/1) Senator Tim Kaine, now the Democratic nominee for Vice President, gave an emotional speech to a crowd of over 2,000 supporters at a homecoming rally at Huguenot High School.

“This will be the hardest speech that I have to give during the entire campaign. This speech is harder. How do I sum up and then give thanks for 32 years of friendship in RVA? Very Very hard.”

Kaine was enthusiastically received by friends and supporters, some holding signs that read “We heart Tim” and “America’s Dad.”

Kaine Says It's Time To Support A Strong Woman For President

As Richmond’s former councilman and mayor returned home for his first speech, he brought some ideas about gender dynamics in the upcoming election.

Huguenot High School’s gym was packed Monday night (8/1) as the newly nominated Democratic Vice Presidential candidate spoke about the roles men and women have historically played in political life.

Senator Kaine’s comments elicited applause from more than 2-thousand attendees including 59 year old Sharon Hill, who believes the country needs an experienced woman at the helm.

Thousands Attend Kaine Homecoming Rally at Huguenot High

Last night (8/1) Senator Tim Kaine, now the Democratic nominee for Vice President, gave an emotional speech to a capacity crowd of 2,500 supporters at a homecoming rally at Huguenot High School.

“This will be the hardest speech that I have to give during the entire campaign. This speech is harder. How do I sum up and then give thanks for 32 years of friendship in RVA? Very Very hard.”

Kaine was enthusiastically received by friends and supporters, some holding signs that read “We heart Tim” and “America’s Dad.”

Kaine and Holton Greeted Warmly in Richmond

U.S. Senator Tim Kaine and his wife Anne Holton were greeted by a crowd of hundreds in Richmond Saturday night, just hours after introducing himself to the nation from Miami as Hillary Clinton’s running mate. 

(Crowd sings God bless America…)

In emotional impromptu remarks outside their North Richmond home of 25 years, Kaine thanked friends, neighbors and supporters.

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