RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- The Republican-controlled General Assembly failed Wednesday to override any of Democratic Gov. Timothy M. Kaine's seven vetoes, including a bill that would allow motorists to carry firearms in glove compartments.
"Seven-for-seven on vetoes is something I feel good about," Kaine told reporters. "People hung together very well on those. ...It was a good, productive day."
By "people", it appears he means "fellow democrats":
In the House, the closest legislators came to overriding a Kaine veto was Del. Clifford L. "Clay" Athey's concealed-weapons exemption for motorists. The veto was sustained on a 61-36 vote, largely on party lines and five shy of the two-thirds majority needed to override it.
No mention in this article of what happened to the bill to have DMV voter forms ask if the applicant is a citizen.