On the Road: Day 5, Danville and Petersburg
Day 5 of our “Working Together” tour and we had the pleasure of seeing Delegate Rosalyn Dance. She shared with us why she supports Senator Warner. Take a look:
The papers in Roanoke, Winchester, and Martinsville also highlighted the Senator’s positive message of bipartisanship and reaching across the aisle.
Warner touts ‘Va. Way’ in local campaign stop
The state’s senior senator made a Friday stop at Glaize Apples, a plant at 601 Pennsylvania Ave., as part of a six-day, 14-stop tour he began on Thursday as part of his re-election campaign….”This right here, ladies and gentlemen, this is the Virginia Way, and it ought to be the way Washington works as well as Richmond,” he said. “Elections matter, and if you believe as I do with all my heart … about what we need to get problems fixed, these are the elections that are even more important.”
Warner stresses cooperative effort
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner discussed ideas for strengthening the economy, creating jobs and reducing the burden of student debt, among other issues, Saturday at Martinsville Speedway. This area is “one of the great American examples of a community that won’t give up,” he said…..Washington gridlock is one of the more challenging parts of his job as senator, Warner said, but he works for bipartisan solutions. “Unless you’re willing to work together, you’re part of the problem, not the solution,” he said.
Rally in Roanoke touts Warner’s bipartisan record
The word “bipartisan” dominated a campaign rally Saturday afternoon for Mark Warner, who is seeking a second six-year term in the U.S. Senate…..Warner said the nation’s founders intentionally created a government that requires compromise and the election of rational people.“I am reflexively bipartisan,” he said….The senator expressed support for comprehensive immigration reform, tax code reform and reduction of the federal deficit.