Mark Warner projected to keep his Senate seat, win reelection bid
ROANOKE, Va. – Sen. Mark Warner is projected to defeat his Republican challenger, Daniel Gade, and secure his third term in the U.S. Senate. Gade released a statement Wednesday morning, conceding to Sen. Warner. Daniel Gade statement conceding to Sen. Mark WarnerWarner has represented Virginia in the Senate since 2009 and won in 2014 against Republican Ed Gillespie. From 2002 to 2006, Warner served as governor of Virginia. Use the picker below:Find Race ResultsBelow is our full interview with Warner ahead of Election Day:
Senate Latest: Kelly win gives Arizona 2 Democratic senators
The former astronaut defeated Republican Sen. Martha McSally, who was appointed to the seat after McCain’s death in 2018. Daines’ first election in 2014 broke a Democratic lock on the Senate seat that had lasted more than 100 years. The six-term congressman from northern New Mexico defeated Republican Mark Ronchetti, a former television meteorologist, and Libertarian Bob Walsh. Reed cruised to victory over Waters, an investment consultant who mounted earlier unsuccessful campaigns for state Senate and U.S. Senate in Massachusetts. Warner defeated Republican challenger Daniel Gade in a low-key race in which the incumbent had a massive cash advantage.
Election Results for U.S. Senate race between Mark Warner and Daniel Gade on Nov. 3, 2020
Sen. Mark Warner is running for reelection against Republican Daniel Gade on Nov. 3, 2020. Gade is a 25-year Army veteran who lost a leg in Iraq and was decorated for valor. Since then, he’s worked on veterans issues and military healthcare on the national level. Click here to see how voters in every city and county in Virginia voted in this race. Use the picker below:Find Race ResultsGet the latest Virginia Election news here
Results by locality for U.S. Senate race between Mark Warner and Daniel Gade
Sen. Mark Warner is running for reelection against Republican Daniel Gade on Nov. 3, 2020. Interested in the results of other races? Use the picker:Find Race ResultsBelow is how each city and county in Virginia voted this race:Get the latest Virginia Election news here
'A fresh new perspective’: Republican Daniel Gade hopes to secure a spot in Senate
ROANOKE, Va. – Virginia voters haven’t elected a Republican to statewide office in more than a decade, but Daniel Gade is hoping to change that. a lifetime of demonstrated fidelity to the Constitution and willingness to risk everything including my life for my values, for our shared values,” said Gade. Here’s the full interview of Gade speaking with 10 News:The 25-year Army veteran lost a leg in Iraq and was decorated for valor. “This is it just an extension of what I’ve always done, just serve my fellow citizens and serve the constitution,” said Gade. Gade said he hopes that having somebody you can trust will land him a spot in the Senate.
WATCH: US Senate candidates Mark Warner, Daniel Gade focus on health issues in final debate
Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and his Republican opponent, Daniel Gade, sparred over how best to respond to the coronavirus and other health care issues Tuesday in their third and final debate. Warner blasted Gade for backing the president and being unrealistic about what’s needed to defeat the virus and restart the economy. Gade repeatedly attacked Warner for voting against GOP coronavirus relief legislation, which Gade said was desperately needed in Virginia. On prescription drugs, Gade said Warner can’t be trusted because he’s taken significant donations from the pharmaceutical industry. Warner said Gade wanted to repeal the Affordable Care Act and end protections for people with preexisting conditions, something Gade strenuously denied.
Warner, Gade tackle questions on race, equity in 2nd debate
Gade, a political newcomer and retired Army officer, frequently attacked Warner as a career politician with little to show for his time in Washington. Warner also holds a significant fundraising advantage over Gade, having raised nearly $10.6 million compared with Gade’s approximately $983,000, according to the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project. Warner was asked why he didn’t support a 2014 congressional effort to get the Washington NFL team to change its name. Warner, a businessman who co-founded the company that became Nextel, served as governor of Virginia from 2002 to 2006. The first debate was held last month, and the final debate is slated for Oct. 13 in Richmond.
WATCH: US Senate candidates Mark Warner, Daniel Gade hold hour-long debate
Senator Warner, you get the first response. CHUCK TODD:Very quickly to both of you, first to you, Senator Warner, what grade would you give the president and his handling of the virus? First to Senator Warner. DANIEL GADE:Well, Chuck-- again, and to the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, and Senator Warner, thank you for this-- spirited exchange of ideas. You know, I’m a real-- with all our challenges, I’m an-- real opt--(BREAK IN TAPE)(OFF-MIC CONVERSATION)MARK WARNER:--American dream.
Complete Virginia Senate debate between Sen. Mark Warner and Daniel Gade
Complete Virginia Senate debate between Sen. Mark Warner and Daniel GadePublished: September 23, 2020, 7:24 pmSen. Warner and his Republican challenger, Daniel Gade, took part in a debate on Sept. 23, 2020. NBC News' Chuck Todd moderated the debate, that was hosted by NBC4 in Washington, D.C.
Roanoke Valley Republicans ‘Back the Blue’ at rally in support of police
ROANOKE, Va. – Dozens of people gathered in Roanoke on Tuesday for a “Back the Blue” rally. Two Republican Roanoke City Council candidates, Peg McGuire and Maynard Keller, teamed up with Virginia Republican Senate candidate Daniel Gade and Congressman Ben Cline to show their support for local law enforcement. The event was held outside SafeSide Tactical where speakers talked about the importance of supporting police officers, not defunding them. This event comes as the General Assembly holds a special session in Richmond focusing on police reform. There was also a voter registration booth at the event.
Mark Warner, Daniel Gade prepare to face off for Virginia’s U.S. Senate seat
ROANOKE, Va. – Virginia’s choices for United States Senator this year will be a political veteran and a political newcomer. Democratic Sen. Mark Warner is hoping to win a third term in the Senate this November. His Republican challenger emerged Tuesday: Daniel Gade, an Army veteran and a professor at American University. “I’m a new, fresh, outside perspective instead of the old, tired ways of Washington,” Gade told 10 News on Wednesday. Gade told 10 News he wants to accept Warner’s offer.
Election results for US Senate Virginia Republican Primary on June 23, 2020
ROANOKE, Va. – Daniel Gade, Alissa Baldwin and Thomas Speciale are running to represent Republicans on the ballot in Virginia’s Senate race in November. One one of these three will face incumbent Mark Warner, who was first elected in 2008. Find more Virginia election results hereGet the latest election news here
Gade wins Virginia GOP bid for Senate seat held by Warner
Virginia Republicans have picked Daniel Gade to be their nominee and face off against U.S. Sen. Mark Warner for a Senate seat later this year. Gade won a low-key primary Tuesday against two other opponents. Warner barely won six years ago against former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie, but no experienced Republicans wanted to take Warner on this time around. RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Polls have closed in Virginia, where voters are choosing Republican and Democratic nominees for various congressional races in low-key primary elections. Democrats are hoping his defeat makes the district, which Trump won handily in 2016, more competitive.
Election results for US Senate Virginia Republican Primary on June 23, 2020
Daniel Gade, Alissa Baldwin and Thomas Speciale are running to represent Republicans on the ballot in Virginias Senate race in November. One one of these three will face incumbent Mark Warner, who was first elected in 2008. Find more Virginia election results hereGet the latest election news here