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Gillespie Wins GOP Nod For U.S. Senate And Hits Campaign Trail

Gillespie Wins GOP Nod For U.S. Senate And Hits Campaign Trail

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Ed Gillespie of Fairfax County has won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate and he’s already hit the general election campaign trail. The 52-year-old Gillespie has his ticket punched for a November 4th showdown with freshman incumbent Mark Warner (D-Alexandria). Gillespie met Monday with local GOP activists at the Republican campaign headquarters in the Albemarle Square Shopping Center. He was also a Monday guest on the Morning News with Rick and Jane.

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