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Longtime politico from Mount Vernon tells Richmond Times-Dispatch it's time to get out of politics, after Nov. 6 loss.
Warner says he wants to continue his work in the U.S. Senate.
Senator tells Associated Press he'll announce decision before Thanksgiving.
Virginia joins Texas, other states in creating a petition to secede from the United States.
New Virginia senator says first order of business is to work on good solutions to nation's debt.
Virginia is still too close to call as precinct results roll in.
A look at the day around Northern Virginia and in Richmond.
More than 1,000 of the 3,600 registered voters at the Weems Precinct had voted before 10:30 a.m., according to voting officials.
Are you sporting your "I voted" sticker?
George Mason University's Michael McDonald said swing states have been releasing affiliations of early voters, but who wins Virginia won't be clear until the polls close.
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