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FCW : July 30, 2013
July 30, 2013 FCW.COM 23 rization bill, Warner has said he hopes to reform the federal government's patchwork approach to infrastructure. Republican Senators appear to be lining up to cooperate with Warner. In addition to Portman and Saxby Cham- bliss (R-Ga.), who took the lead with Warner in the Gang of Six, his allies include Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), with whom Warner has led a plan to shut down the federal housing nance agen- cies, and Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), who has co-hosted a series of biparti- san dinners with other Senators. The dinners are part of Warner's effort to reduce polarization. "If we overstate its importance," Alexander told Reuters, "it will get less done." Warner has also increased his vis- its across Virginia recently, as he pre- pares to seek a second term next year. Although he was elected to the Senate in 2008 with 65 percent of the vote and appears to remain popular, he is mind- ful that his rst two statewide races --- his unsuccessful run for the Senate in 1996 and his victory for governor in 2001 --- were both 52-47 contests. The 58-year-old Warner likely will keep his broader ambitions in check while he seeks re-election at home. He made no secret of having explored a 2008 presidential candidacy before deciding against it, but whether he might consider running in 2016 as a centrist problem-solver would depend on various factors in the coming year. For now, he dismisses occasional que- ries about his interest by saying he is not focusing on his next job. Still, Warner often gets discouraged by the slow congressional progress on the issues that concern him most. When that happens, as he often tells audiences in the closing remarks of his speeches, he recalls the advice of Brit- ish Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the early days of World War II: "You can always count on Americans to do the right thing --- after they have tried everything else." And Warner adds, "We are at that point." ■ "I didn't appreciate how much Washington has broken down between blue shirts and red shirts."
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