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Topic - Frederick M. Quayle
In 2004, Virginia Gov. Mark Warner, a Democrat, pushed a historic $1.4 billion tax-increase package through the General Assembly with help from such moderate Republicans as Sens. John H. Chichester and Kenneth W. Stolle.
RICHMOND — Two Republican state senators lost to conservative challengers, while three Republican incumbents survived in yesterday's legislative primaries.
And Sens. William C. Wampler Jr., Bristol Republican, and Frederick M. Quayle, Suffolk Republican, announced their retirements this year, leaving fewer and fewer moderate GOPers in the General Assembly's typically more deliberative upper chamber.