VA US Senate Race in 2020

VA US Senate Race in 2020

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) has sickened hundreds of thousands of people around the world, including many cases here in Virginia. Since the outbreak began, my top priority has been to provide our nation and our Commonwealth with the tools we need to fight this pandemic and help workers and small businesses make it through these tough times.

Below you will find a complete list of my actions to date on the coronavirus, along with resources for Virginians, the latest statistics on COVID-19 cases in Virginia, and guidance from public health officials.

Also in this message from Senator Warner Covid-19 related legislation.

Summary

Incumbent Senator Mark Warner first won election in 2008 getting 65% of the vote over former governor Jim Gilmore.[1] In 2014, during the Tea Party movement, Senator Warner won re-election with 49.1% of the vote defeating former chairman of the Republican National Committee Ed Gillespie by 0.8%.[2] Warner is running for a third term.

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner got a scare from Republican Ed Gillespie six years ago. But the state has moved further away from Republicans since 2014. Politico 11/19/19

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