Message from Daniel Gade

“I’m a career servant of the Constitution, not a lifelong politician. I enlisted in the US Army as a private in 1992, and retired as a lieutenant colonel in 2017. I was wounded in action twice and decorated for valor; after I lost my leg in battle, I was able to go on to earn both a Master’s and a PhD in public administration and serve under three different Presidential administrations. In short, I have always served America and the Constitution and will continue to do so in the future.

I’m deeply grateful to the tens of thousands of donors and volunteers who powered this campaign and the millions of Virginians who honored me with their vote last night. This was an entirely grassroots campaign, fueled by Virginians for Virginians, and we far out-performed the expectations of the media and the establishment, despite millions of dollars of negative attacks and being outspent 4-to-1. My opponent even claimed, absurdly, that a disabled combat veteran would be against protecting people with preexisting conditions.

From Lee County to Accomack County, from Danville to Chesterfield, from Winchester to Fairfax, it was an honor to meet Virginians and be a part of something bigger than myself. Together, we earned more votes than any Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Virginia—ever. Our campaign made over 2 million individual voter contacts, raised over 5 million dollars, and did over 250 in person events. We were relentless in fighting for our Conservative values. COVID has redefined campaigning and I’m extremely proud of the volunteers who sacrificed so much for our cause.

This race was about serving America, the Constitution and fighting for our shared values, as I’ve always done. I ran for my children and grandchildren, and because God has given us a great country for which I am willing to fight. During my 25 years of military service, I saw both the best and the worst of humanity, but my faith in our country never wavered. This campaign has reminded me America is always worth sacrificing for.

I will never stop fighting for our country and for the Constitution which sustains it, but this race is over. I concede and call on all of my supporters to recognize state and federal results with peace and unity. No matter the results of the Presidential election, in particular, it is paramount that every American realize that we still live in the greatest country on earth, and to work towards ‘liberty and justice for all.’

My family and my faith are the most important things in my life. My wife and I have been happily married for over 21 years, and our three great kids stood by my side this entire time. We are stronger and more resilient than ever, and look forward to a bright future, wherever the road may lead.”

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Polls are OPEN!

Election Day 2020 is here!

All polls are open until 7:00 PM. As long as you are in line by 7:00 PM, you will be allowed to vote.

Look up your polling place here.

You must have a valid form of ID to vote.

If you have an absentee ballot which you have not returned yet, it must be POSTMARKED by today and delivered by Friday. But due to potential mail delays, you are strongly advised to submit your absentee ballot in person at your county/city clerk’s office.

Sample Ballots

Alexandria City GOP Sample Ballot
The Alexandria City GOP recommends voting YES on both constitutional amendments.

Arlington County GOP Sample Ballot
The Arlington County GOP has taken no position on the constitutional amendments or the bonds.

Fairfax County GOP Sample Ballot
The Fairfax County GOP recommends voting YES on both constitutional amendments and NO on the bonds.

For U.S. Senate
Daniel Gade

www.gadeforvirginia.com


For U.S. House of Representatives
Jeff Jordan

www.jeffjordanforcongress.com


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Get ready – Election Day 2020 is almost here!

Are you ready to vote on Tuesday?

Polling places are open from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Tuesday.

Look up your polling place here.

You must have a valid form of ID to vote.

If you have an absentee ballot which you have not returned yet, it must be POSTMARKED by November 3rd. Due to potential mail delays, you may want to submit your absentee ballot in person. Check with your county/city on where to submit your absentee ballot in person. (You can track your absentee ballot here.)

For U.S. House of Representatives
Jeff Jordan

www.jeffjordanforcongress.com


For U.S. Senate
Daniel Gade

www.gadeforvirginia.com

Sample Ballots

Alexandria City GOP Sample Ballot
The Alexandria City GOP recommends voting YES on both constitutional amendments.

Arlington County GOP Sample Ballot
The Arlington County GOP has taken no position on the constitutional amendments or the bonds.

Fairfax County GOP Sample Ballot
The Fairfax County GOP recommends voting YES on both constitutional amendments and NO on the bonds.

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Last chance to vote early in person

**UPDATE 10/31: Today is the LAST DAY to vote early in person! You no longer need an excuse to vote early. Arlington County, Fairfax County, and Falls Church City early voting locations are open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM today. Alexandria City locations are open from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM today. See the links below for early voting locations!**

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We’re one week out from Election Day!

Saturday 10/31 is the LAST DAY to vote early in person.

Alexandria City Residents

Click here for early voting locations and hours in the City of Alexandria.

The Alexandria City GOP recommends voting YES on both constitutional amendments.

Arlington County Residents

Click here for early voting locations & hours in Arlington County.

Fairfax County Residents

Click here for early voting locations & hours in Fairfax County.

The Fairfax County GOP recommends voting YES on the constitutional amendments and NO on the bonds.

Falls Church City Residents
Early voting is open at City Hall, 300 Park Avenue, Falls Church (map). It is open through Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, and on Saturday 10/31 from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

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Time is running out to register to vote!

*UPDATE 10/14* A federal judge has ordered the extension of Virginia’s voter registration deadline to Thursday, 10/15 due to an internet outage on Tuesday. The deadlines are now 11:59 PM on Thursday for online registration; 5:00 PM on Thursday for in-person registration; and a postmark by Thursday for mailing your registration form.

The deadline to register to vote or update your registration is this Tuesday, 10/13!

There are three ways to register or update your registration:

» Online by 11:59 PM
» In person at your county/city elections office by 5:00 PM
» By mail, postmarked by October 13

New early in-person voting locations are opening this week in Fairfax County and Arlington County. The updated information by county/city is below.

Alexandria City Residents
Vote at the Office of Voter Registration & Elections
» 132 North Royal Street, Suite 100, Alexandria (map)
» Monday-Saturday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
» Additional locations will open Oct. 23rd

Arlington County Residents

Main location: 2200 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington (map)
Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM & Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Additional locations open beginning Oct. 17th
Monday-Friday 2:00-7:00 PM & Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM:
» Aurora Hills Community Center
» Langston-Brown Community Center
» Madison Community Center
» Walter Reed Community Center

Fairfax County Residents
Main location:
12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax (map)
Open Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM and Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Additional locations open beginning Oct. 14th
Monday-Friday, 1:00-7:00 PM, Saturdays 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
» Centreville Regional Library, Centreville
» Franconia Government Center, Alexandria
» Herndon Fortnightly Library, Herndon
» Laurel Hill Golf Club, Lorton
» Mason Government Center, Annandale
» McLean Government Center, McLean
» Mt. Vernon Government Center, Alexandria
» North County Government Center, Reston
» Providence Community Center, Fairfax
» Sully Government Center, Chantilly
» Thomas Jefferson Library, Falls Church
» Tysons Pimmit Library, Falls Church
» West Springfield Government Center, Springfield

The Fairfax County GOP recommends voting NO on bond questions and YES on the constitutional amendments.

Falls Church City Residents
» Vote at City Hall
» 300 Park Avenue, Falls Church (map)
» Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
» Open Saturdays beginning Oct. 24th

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