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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Ed Gillespie
"Governor Warner wouldn't recognize Senator Warner today." That was the memorable line from the weekend debate between Virginia's Sen. Mark R. Warner, the Democratic senior senator, and his challenger in November, Ed Gillespie.
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell received sustained applause from several hundred Virginia Republicans on Tuesday evening at a political cookout that marked the former governor's first public appearance outside a federal courthouse since his indictment on corruption charges earlier this year.
Ed Gillespie, a former advisor to Mitt Romney and chairman of the Republican National Committee, has been selected by the GOP to be their candidate for the Senate race in Virginia.
Sen. Mark Warner found himself in a tighter political bind than most Democrats over President Obama's tough new environmental rules that would put coal-fired power plants on the road to extinction.
Ed Gillespie faces his first big test in his bid for a U.S. Senate seat Saturday at the Virginia Republican convention in Roanoke.
Sen. Mark Warner's re-election campaign says it raised $1.4 million since April while Republican Ed Gillespie's campaign announced it had raised about $800,000.
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.
The RSLC looms large on the electoral stage across the county, providing financial help on behalf of all GOP state candidates below the level of governor, said Mr. Gillespie, a former Republican National Committee chairman and former Virginia GOP chairman.
"Add to that the governors races that are in play along the Great Lakes," Mr. Gillespie said at the breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor.