RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Of all the governors in states voting on Super Tuesday, none is more personally invested in the outcome than Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe. A longtime fundraiser and confidante of Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, McAuliffe is hoping for a decisive Clinton victory on the March 1 primary. Pundits expect Clinton to do well in Virginia, a moderate swing-state with a diverse Democratic electorate, against Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. Key to a Clinton victory is a strong showing among African-American voters, and her campaign has worked to court black voters and lined up the support of most black state lawmakers.