Crowdfunding a Startup

Senator Warner is launching a series of crowdfunding events for Virginia-based entrepreneurs. Learn about the advantages and pitfalls of raising capital from both conventional sources such as friends, venture capital firms, and angel investors, and emerging sources like crowdfunding websites. Read More

Rebooting America

Senator Warner spoke recently at Reboot America, a summit focused on how startups, corporations, and policymakers can collaborate on private sector solutions to public sector challenges. Senator Warner has been a leader in the Senate on supporting the creation and growth of new businesses and jobs through his work on bipartisan Startup 2.0 legislation. Read More

Video: The FAST Voting Act

A week after an Election Day that saw extraordinarily long lines in Virginia and in a dozen other states, Senator Warner introduced legislation that will make voting faster and more accessible to all voters.  Read More
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Latest News

  • Catapulting into the 21st Century Economy

    Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012 - 11:30 AM “There hasn’t been enough focus on the positive aspects of putting a debt and deficit deal together,” said Senator Warner on Tuesday, speaking to a group of students from Georgetown University’s Center for Business and Public Policy.
  • Federal News Radio: Avoiding Sequester

    Thursday, Dec 6, 2012 - 05:00 PM Senator Warner remains optimistic that Congress will reach a budget compromise to avoid sequestration at the end of the year. At a panel discussion hosted by Bloomberg Government and Deloitte, Senator Warner emphasized the critical importance of continuing to seek a balanced, comprehensive deal to begin addressing our nation's debt and deficits.
  • Senator Warner on Rumble in the Morning

    Wednesday, Dec 5, 2012 - 02:00 PM Senator Warner called into Norfolk's FM99 this morning to talk fiscal cliff negotiations. As Rumble in the Morning's Rick Rumble put it, "this is not a bit. It is the real Senator Mark Warner on Rumble in the Morning."
  • Team Effort on Virginia Jobs

    Tuesday, Dec 4, 2012 - 10:30 AM Great news for jobs and investment in the Commonwealth: on Monday, International Telecommunications Satellite Organization, or ‘Intelsat’, the operator of the world’s largest fleet of commercial satellites, announced that it will relocate its headquarters from Washington D.C. to Northern Virginia.
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In 2010, Senator Warner and Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) began hosting bipartisan meetings to educate themselves and other members of Congress about deficit reduction and tax reform. Since then, their bipartisan, bicameral coalition has grown to 45 Senators and more than 100 members of the U.S. House of Representatives that support a comprehensive "grand bargain" on the deficit.

Reps will be around Virginia to assist folks who have specific issues with a federal agency. Here is our schedule:

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