Senator Mark Warner Ask You To Step Up and Help

With less than 60 days until the election, all eyes are on Virginia. Traditionally, Labor Day is the official campaign kick-off off the fall campaign, but we’ve been working hard since mid-June to make sure we continue the progress we’ve made over the last decade.

After hosting events for nearly 20 House of Delegates candidates across the state so far this summer, countless Virginians have told me they want to make sure we keep moving Virginia forward.

We’re also fortunate to have a strong statewide ticket with Creigh Deeds, Jody Wagner and Steve Shannon. In close to a dozen events since mid-June – from public rallies to small-town diners – we’ve heard the same rallying cry from Virginians of all backgrounds.

That’s because our message is a positive one – a story about solving problems and governing pragmatically and responsibly. We are making great headway across the Commonwealth, and we cannot afford to turn back the clock. That’s why it is crucial that we stay organized from now until November 3rd.

We have been working hard, but our opponents will not make this easy. We need your help to show that Virginians are not willing to undo all the great work we have achieved together.

Click here to show your support for Creigh and sign up to volunteer for the coordinated campaign.

We’ve proven that real leadership requires new ideas, sensible solutions, and a willingness to work together. I look forward to helping Creigh, Jody, Steve and all of our great candidates in the months ahead as we continue making our strong case to Virginians.

I know you’ll do your part to help our ticket compete, and I look forward to seeing you on the campaign trail.

Mark Warner

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