The Ballad of Mark Warner
Role in the 2001 Virginia Gubernatorial election
The song was the official campaign song of Warner's 2001 gubernatorial campaign, and was commissioned by Warner's campaign manager Steve Jarding. The song was considered an essential part of Warner's outreach to rural Virginia, with the lyrics emphasizing Warner's understanding of the culture of that part of the state.
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- Howell, Isak (November 9, 2001). "Good Ol' Boys Meet High Society When Band Hits Campaign Trail". Daily Press. Retrieved May 19, 2001 – via The Roanoke Times.
- Graff, Garrett M. (February 1, 2006). "Is Mark Warner the Next Bill Clinton?". The Washingtonian. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
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