James Webb Gives Thumbs Up to Supporters
Virginia Senator-elect James Webb (D) gives a thumbs up sign to supporters as he arrives at Bailey's Elementary School to vote. (Alex Wong -- Getty Images)
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James Webb (D) defeated incumbent Sen. George Allen (R) by 9,329 votes.
In 'American comeback,' Allen repeats Senate run (Post, January 25, 2011)
Republican George Allen of Va. to run again for U.S. Senate seat (Post, January 24, 2011; 11:24 PM)
Sen. Webb decries Army's 'flawed' history of controversial Wanat battle (Post, January 7, 2011; 7:14 PM)
Will Webb run again? Anticipation building. (Post, December 19, 2010)
Will Webb run again? Decision to come in early 2011 (Post, December 18, 2010; 8:41 PM)
Webb assails Pentagon on closure (Post, September 29, 2010)
Sen. Webb accuses Pentagon of stonewalling on plan to close military command (Post, September 28, 2010; 11:40 PM)
Webb slams diversity programs' effects: Va. senator's op-ed says many whites being 'marginalized' (Post, July 24, 2010)
Burma Releases Detained American: Webb Says He Also Requested Suu Kyi's Freedom (Post, August 17, 2009)
Webb Visit May Offer Opening With Burma: Junta Agrees to Free Imprisoned American (Post, August 16, 2009)
In Burma, Webb Pursues A Mission for Change (Post, August 16, 2009)
Webb's Trip To Burma May Be Litmus Test: U.S. Weighs Reengagement As Senator Talks With Junta (Post, August 15, 2009)
Sen. Webb to Visit Burma in Wake of American's Arrest (Post, August 14, 2009)
Webb Sets His Sights On Prison Reform: Senator Proposes National Panel (Post, December 29, 2008)
POLITICS: Webb Withdraws as Possible Vice President Pick for Obama (Post, July 8, 2008)
SENATORS' FINANCES: Literary Pursuits Prove Profitable, Records Show (Post, June 14, 2008)
Webb Would Be a Bold Choice for Obama's No. 2 (Post, May 22, 2008)
Some War Veterans Find GI Bill Falls Short (Post, April 29, 2008)
'Born Fighter' Settles Down To Collegial First Term: Sen. Webb Is a Surprise (Post, March 21, 2008)
During Recess, Democrats Push Back (Post, December 24, 2007)
Webb Seen as a Potential 2008 Running Mate (Post, October 28, 2007)
Asset Reports Put Webb, Warner Tops Among D.C.-Area Lawmakers (Post, June 15, 2007)
Allen's Endorsement Still Counts On Republican Fundraising Circuit (Post, June 14, 2007)
A Primary Lesson in Party Loyalty: Webb Works to Unseat a Democrat Who Endorsed Allen (Post, May 20, 2007)
Public Display of Appreciation for Public Service (By Stephen Barr, May 7, 2007)
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