Obenshain Rules Out Gubernatorial Bid in 2017Virginia state Sen. Mark Obenshain will not run for governor in 2017, clearing the way for a potential run by Ed Gillespie.
Warner Seeks Pivot From Campaign to GoverningVirginia Democratic Sen. Mark Warner says he's confident that his slim lead over Republican Ed Gillespie will hold up, and that he's eager to return to the Senate and forge a path forward from the political center.
Senate Race in Virginia Still Too Close to CallWith Virginia's Senate contest still too close to call Wednesday, Democratic incumbent Sen Mark Warner's supporters are wondering "what happened" while GOP challenger Ed Gillespie's fans are wondering "what if?"
Warner, Gillespie Locked in Tight Va. Senate RaceDemocratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia is locked in a tight race with GOP challenger Ed Gillespie, a surprisingly close contest many thought the incumbent would easily win.
Virginia Midterm Election RoundupPolls closed in Virginia at 7 p.m. Here is the rundown of who won and where.
Virginia Midterm Elections GuideOn Tuesday, Virginia voters will decide races for U.S. Senate and the state's 11 congressional districts. Here are things to know about the contests.
Poll Shows Warner Ahead by 7 Percentage PointsA new poll shows incumbent Sen. Mark Warner with a seven percentage-points lead over Republican challenger Ed Gillespie.
Va. Senate Race Profile: Ed Gillespie vs. Mark WarnerDemocrat Mark Warner is an incumbent Senator up for re-election, but his challenger, Republican Ed Gillespie, is gunning for an upset.
Va. Republican Airs Redskins Name Campaign Ad During Monday Night FootballEd Gillespie, the Republican attempting to unseat Virginia Senator Mark Warner, has pulled out the "R" word in his campaign.
Gillespie Ditches Ads in Va. Sen RaceVirginia Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie is abandoning television ads in the state with less than three weeks before Election Day.
Virginia Senate Debate Filled With Partisan Accusations U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Republican challenger Ed Gillespie are both accusing each other of putting partisan self-interests ahead of Virginia's needs.
U.S. Senate Nominees in W.Va., Va. Bet on High School Football Game Republican nominees for U.S. Senate from Virginia and West Virginia have made a friendly wager on the outcome of a high school football game between schools from their states.