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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Ed Gillespie
Life in a battleground state, where elections are usually won or lost, grows difficult when the candidates see November in the distance. There's no escaping the barrage of television and radio ads.
U.S. Sen Mark Warner touted his bipartisan bona fides Wednesday in rural Virginia at the 66th annual Shad Planking, a political rite of spring in the Old Dominion.
Republican Ed Gillespie's campaign announced Tuesday that it had raised $2.2 million in its bid to unseat U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, a sizable haul for a non-incumbent.
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner has nearly $9 million to spend on his re-election campaign, which has yet to begin in earnest, the Democratic senator and former governor's campaign announced Wednesday.
Former Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney is headlining a fundraiser for presumptive Republican senate candidate Ed Gillespie.
The race for the U.S. Senate in Virginia looks like a barnburner. In one corner stands Mark R. Warner, the incumbent, former telecommunications entrepreneur, one-term governor, former state Democratic chairman and the newest member of the Senate Finance Committee. In the other, Ed Gillespie, former chairman of both the Republican National Committee and the party in Virginia, political adviser to presidents and a successful businessman who has never held elective office.
A new poll shows Sen. Mark R. Warner, Virginia Democrat, leading Republican Ed Gillespie by six percentage points in a would-be fall match-up.
The White House recently said it will provide an official response to a petition to deport embattled Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber — and Sen. Mark Warner is apparently on board.
Former Republican Sen. John W. Warner, never bashful about defying the Virginia GOP establishment, endorsed his Democratic successor's re-election bid Monday.
Ed Gillespie, whose grandfather and father immigrated from Ireland, has a resume long enough to exhaust a voice coach who tries to read it aloud.
NEWSMAKER INTERVIEW: If elected U.S. senator from Virginia this November, former GOP Chairman Ed Gillespie vows he will oppose any policies that expand welfare, federal spending and the national debt — even if proposed by a Republican president.
A new poll shows Democratic Sen. Mark R. Warner with a wide lead over Republican challengers for his U.S. Senate seat from Virginia.
Sen. Mark R. Warner calls himself a "radical centrist," but he has compiled a voting record over his five years in the U.S. Senate that's anything but "centrist."
Democratic Sen. Mark R. Warner of Virginia leads Republican challenger Ed Gillespie by 29 points in a new poll on the 2014 U.S. Senate race in Virginia.
"Maybe it's your alumni association," he said, "maybe it's your professional association.
Gillespie said he plans on running a campaign that has a positive message while also highlighting Warner's ties to President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.