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Sen. Mark Warner Statement on Passage of FY21 Defense Bill

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From Sen. Mark Warner's office: WARNER STATEMENT ON PASSAGE OF FY21 DEFENSE BILL ~ FY21 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) includes several Warner provisions ~ WASHINGTON –...

Video: On CNN SOTU, Sen. Warner Says “American democracy came through...

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On CNN's State of the Union this morning, Sen. Mark Warner had some interesting things to say, including: Asked about the bipartisan COVID-19 relief...

Video: Sen. Mark Warner, Rep. Abigail Spanberger Express Support for “bipartisan,...

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I agree with Sen. Mark Warner and with Rep. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA07) that people and businesses are really struggling and need help from the...

Audio: Sen. Warner Says He “hasn’t “talked to a single Republican...

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Earlier today, on WAMU's Politics Hour with Kojo Nnamdi and Tom Sherwood, Sen. Mark Warner had some interesting comments. See below for three short...

Senators Mark Warner & Tim Kaine Urge General Services Administration to...

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Good to see Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine on top of this FUBAR situation: Warner & Kaine Urge General Services Administration to Begin Official...

Video: Sen. Mark Warner’s Deputy Campaign Manager, Alice Lin Tong, Responds...

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On VPAP's "After Virginia Votes" panel yesterday afternoon, Alice Lin Tong, Deputy Campaign Manager for Senator Mark Warner, had some interesting comments in response...

Virginia Election Results 2020: Live Blog

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UPDATE 6:44 am - In VA10, Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D) easily defeated her Republican opponent, Aliscia Andrews, 56.4%-43.5%. In VA01, Rep. Rob Wittman (R)...

Election Day 2020 Open Thread: Final Predictions; Which Races to Focus...

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If you haven't voted already, polls in Virginia are open from 6 am to 7 pm today, as usual, which gives you 13 hours...

Audio: Mark Warner’s Bluegrass Theme Song From 2001 and Ben Tribbett’s...

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If you have never heard this bluegrass song (see below for the song, in two parts; thanks to Ben Tribbett for reminding us!) for...