Mark Warner's First Senate Campaign Ad
Former Virginia Governor Mark Warner is out with the first TV ad of his Senate campaign. The ad debuted on Saturday -- the same day that Virginia Republicans nominated another former governor, James Gilmore, in a closely contested nomination fight.
"Budget Mess" is a 60-second message about how Warner addressed Virginia's budget shortfall. It features a bipartisan cast of supporters.
"I'm running for Senate because partisanship won't lower the price of gas, and bickering won't create jobs. I approved this message, because we cleaned up the mess in Virginia, and now it's time to clean up Washington."
Warner is all-but certain to win the Virginia Senate contest. (It ranks as the most-likely race to switch parties on The Fix's Friday Line of Senate races.) The former governor is scheduled this coming week to be a guest on washingtonpost.com's PostTalk video interview series.
-- Ed O'Keefe
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