May 31, 2007
Former Virginia Governor Mark Warner made a stop in Charlottesville Thursday night.
He was the keynote speaker at the United Way Awards of Excellence ceremony.
Warner talked about his work with non-profits, as well as how non-profits can work together to make America stronger.
After speaking, he was asked about his political plans for the future.
"I've still got the interest in being involved in public service," said Warner. "I hope that I get a chance to maybe run for public office again, whether it's senator or governor. I haven't decided, but I'm proud of what we were able to do in a bipartisan way when I was governor."
In recent months some have speculated that Warner may run for senate in 2008, or even get on the democratic ticket as a vice-presidential candidate.
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