US election: How can rivals woo Virginia voters?
One of the most important battlegrounds in the US election race is Virginia, where the economy and America's changing role in the world are key concerns for undecided voters.
The BBC's Steve Kingstone visited the state to find out what its residents would like to hear from President Obama and his Republican rival Mitt Romney.
For in depth coverage as the US goes to the polls: BBC US election special report
05 Nov 2012
- From the section US & Canada