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Gov. Mark R. Warner (Post File Photo)
Warner Inauguration 2002
 Special Report: Articles, video, transcripts and a photo gallery of the events leading up to and through the inauguration of Mark R. Warner as the 69th governor of the commonwealth.
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In the News
Kaine Urges 20% Exemption To Give Va. Homeowners Relief: Gubernatorial Hopeful Would Let Localities Calculate Tax Credit (Post, March 18, 2005)

Va. Transportation Secretary To Leave for Private Sector (Post, March 8, 2005)

Governors Meet With Bush to Discuss Medicaid Issues: State Executives Applaud President's Tone but Express Skepticism About Agreeing to Program Cuts (Post, March 1, 2005)

Gilmore Set To Endorse Kilgore for Va. Governor: Likely Rival's Spokesman Views Support Derisively (Post, Feb. 8, 2005)

Ehrlich's Proposals For Children Mask Cuts, Advocates Say (Post, Jan. 30, 2005)

Warner's Prospects Keep Va. Guessing (Post, Jan. 9, 2005)

Warner Comes Clean on Office Budget (Post, Dec. 30, 2004)

Warner Maps Major Projects for 2005: Budget Plans for Transit, Health Reflect Rising Revenue (Post, Dec. 18, 2004)

Warner Presents Va. Budget Proposal: Money Slated for Transit, State Worker Raises, Health Care (Post, Dec. 17, 2004; 12:35 PM)

Warner Makes Plans for Windfall: Proposal Has More For Transit, Salaries (Post, Dec. 17, 2004)

Warner Proposes Crime Lab Upgrades: Hiring Would Cut DNA Test Backlog (Post, Dec. 15, 2004)

Warner Offers $824 Million Transportation Plan (Post, Dec. 10, 2004)

Governor Hopefuls Hit Hard And Often: Kaine, Kilgore Stress Values in First Debate (Post, Dec. 9, 2004)

Warner Gives Lesson on Health: Nutrition, Exercise Promotion Moves Into Schools Phase (Post, Nov. 19, 2004)

Warner Rejects Raising Gas Tax: Governor Proposes Earmarking Surplus For Transportation (Post, Nov. 18, 2004)

Gilmore Grabs Center Stage at Term-Limits Hearing (Post, Nov. 18, 2004)

Va. Urged Not to Limit Governors To 1 Term: Effectiveness Hindered, Gilmore, Warner Contend (Post, Nov. 16, 2004)

Speculation Grows On Presidential Bid For Warner in 2008 (Post, Nov. 14, 2004)

Wilder Triumphs in Mayor's Race: After Charter Change, Former Governor Is Elected to Lead Troubled Home Town (Post, Nov. 3, 2004)

Warner Use Of Funds Criticized: Transfers Aided Governor's Office (Post, Oct. 17, 2004)

About Mark R. Warner

A Tale of Two Warners, One Facing Great Expectations (The Washington Post, 1/3/02)

Warner Fills Business, Environmental Posts (The Washington Post, 12/29/01)

Warner Taps N.Va. College President (The Washington Post, 12/18/01)

Warner Begins With Finance Pick (The Washington Post, 11/29/01)

Warner Smooths Way for GOP Help on Budget (The Washington Post, 11/20/01)

Warner Startled By Magnitude of Fiscal Difficulties (The Washington Post, 11/17/01)

Established Democrats Comprise Governor-Elect's Inner Circle (The Washington Post, 11/11/01)

Warner Pledges Openness, Inclusion (The Washington Post, 11/8/01)

Warner Wins in Virginia (The Washington Post, 11/7/01)

The Gold Standard (The Washington Post, 8/28/01)

Mark Warner Begins Race for Prosperity (The Washington Post, 3/9/01)

Va. Democrats Pin Hopes on Warner (The Washington Post, 11/13/00)

New Darling of Va. Democrats (The Washington Post, 9/6/00)

Democrat Warner's $2 Million Sets Pace (The Washington Post, 7/18/00)

Warner Taps N.Va.'s High-Tech Dollars (The Washington Post, 5/18/00)

Old Washington Meets Wired Washington (The Washington Post, 4/5/00)

Warner Looks to 2001 As Va. Democrats Meet (The Washington Post, 11/14/99)

Mark Warner Getting Early Start on '01 Race (The Washington Post, 9/19/99)

The Losing Warner Looks Like a Winner in Long Run (The Washington Post, 11/7/96)

About James S. Gilmore

Compromise Wasn't Gilmore's Style (The Washington Post, 1/6/02)

An Ambitious Lame Duck Agenda (The Washington Post, 12/14/01)

Gilmore Resigns RNC Post, May Run Again in Va. (The Washington Post, 12/1/01)

Jim Gilmore, The Outsider

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