Sorry for the late posting of the News Stand, but there's a lot going on today. We hope you get to listen to Victoria Cobb's interview on Richmond's WRVA-AM/1140 from this morning. (We're getting a lot of media hits, these days.) She's asked about the George Tiller murder as well as about former Dick Cheney's interesting opinion on same-sex marriage. We also have a story about more Bible banning from schools. (I thought conservatives were the book burners?) In betweeen, all the state campaign news from the Atlantic to the Alleghanys and from Alexandria to Appomattox. Audio:

*Victoria Cobb Interview: Richmond's Morning News With Jimmy Barrett (6:44) (WRVA-AM/WRVA.com)

News:

In cash race, McAuliffe leads among Democrats (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Democrats enter final stretch (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

McDonnell amassing fundraising cushion (Roanoke Times)

Va. candidates for governor ramp up their spending (Norfolk Virginian-Pilot)

GOP ticket makes its case in six-stop dash across Virginia (Richmond Times-Dispatch)  

The life of the party (Roanoke Times)

McDonnell Leads GOP Rally At SVRA (Harrisonburg Daily News-Record)

GOP hopefuls tour the area (Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star)

LU college Democrats revising constitution (Lynchburg News & Advance)

National News:

Slaying Raises Fears on Both Sides of Abortion Debate (Washington Post)

Judge Bans Bible from Pennsylvania Kindergarten Show and Tell (FoxNews.com)