September 9, 2010
Senator Mark Warner addressed residents during a town hall meeting Thursday afternoon at the Fluvanna County Library.
The Democratic Senator discussed various happenings in Washington, DC, including planned improvements to the economy and job creation efforts. Warner also listened to concerns from residents, and said he hopes Congress can be more unified in the future.
"My hope is that after the election... those of us who are more moderate in the center can find that kind of bipartisan center that's been missing the last 18 months," said Senator Warner.
Thursday's town hall meeting was one of several Senator Warner made in central Virginia.
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