Senate Approves Debt Deal 74-26; Webb and Warner Vote “Aye”


    A few minutes ago, the U.S. Senate voted 74-26 to approve the debt ceiling deal reached this past weekend. Both Jim Webb and Mark Warner voted “aye.” Below, watch Mark Warner explain his thinking on the debt ceiling deal, his “aye” vote, and also his belief in the need for a “full, long-term solution…to get our debt-to-GDP ratio back in line.”

    P.S. There’s a rumor floating around on some of the (far, far!) right-wing blogs, that Mark Warner supposedly won’t be running for reelection in 2014. I just checked with Warner’s office, and spokesman Kevin Hall told me that is “[c]ompletely not true”.


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