"If we are going to get this country back on the right track . . . we have to have a strong group of bipartisan 'radical centrists' in the Senate."
Before speaking, Mark Warner spent time shaking hands and talking to the crowd.After introductions by Tom Roberts and Dave Metz, Warner took the stage in the heat of the sun to talk about his plans as Virginia's next senator, quipping that "I'm unemployed and looking for a job. Will you hire me?Click the links for the Augusta Free Press or NB29 to listen to his remarks.A small group of Gilmore supporters is greeted by Staunton Democratic chair, Bob Dickerman. They hovered in the shade of a shop doorway so far up the street they probably couldn't hear the remarks of the man who will join Jim Webb in the Senate.That's Alex with the sign. I can't identify the Republican in lavender . . .cross posted at coarse cracked corn