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Mark Warner visits Hampton VA Medical Center

HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) — Senator Mark Warner visited the Hampton VA Medical Center this week — just one of many facilities tied up in the nationwide scandal affecting thousands of veterans. 127 more words

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NRA-ILA Gets Behind Gillespie in Virginia Senate Race

I got this mailing piece from NRA-ILA yesterday:

It’s clear that incumbent U.S. Senator Mark Warner’s support for both of Obama’s anti-rights Supreme Court nominees and his vote for Manchin/Schumer/Toomey cost him his… 37 more words

Gun Rights

Credit Union League Endorses Warner

Surprisingly early in the election cycle, the Virginia Credit Union League announced their endorsement of Sen. Mark Warner for reelection yesterday.

“Senator Warner is a longtime advocate and friend of our member-owned credit unions,” said league president Rick Pillow, praising Warner for what he described as “result-oriented government that transcends partisan politics.” 25 more words

Senator

Landrieu refunds taxpayers for campaign flight

Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., has refunded taxpayers $3,200 for a charter flight bill that was paid by her Senate office but should have been paid by her campaign. 264 more words

Senate

Senators visit Newport News Shipbuilding

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — Your federal tax dollars were at work Wednesday in Hampton Roads. Two U.S. Senators visited Newport News Shipbuilding

Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), along with Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) from Maryland, got to meet shipbuilders and take a look at the ships currently at the yard. 195 more words

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TEA Party Leader Endorses Libertarian Robert Sarvis For U.S. Senate

Robert Shannon, founder and past chairman of both the Mechanicsville and King William TEA Party groups in Virginia, has officially endorsed Robert Sarvis (L) over Mark Warner (D) and Ed Gillespie (R) in the U.S. 480 more words

Politics

Democrats Getting Desperate?

Politico is up today– running in the lede position– with a couple of stories I wonder about; if perhaps they begin to show increasing Democrat desperation. 933 more words

Election 2014