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Meet U.S. Senate Candidate, Tim Donner (R-VA)

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Tim Donner is small businessman, entrepreneur, long-time conservative public policy advocate and broadcast journalist.  He established Horizons Television, Inc., a media production company, and founded One Generation Away, a free market education and public policy organization.  He has hosted Talkin' Baseball, a nationally syndicated radio program, for 8 years, and is a trustee for several organizations, including the Virginia Institute for Public Policy, the Commonwealth's free market think tank, Cal Thomas's Values Through Media, Radio America, and is an elder at Fourth Presbyterian Church (EPC).  Tim founded Horizons Television Inc. in 1987 and created educational, promotional and documentary productions for free market groups such as the Bill of Rights Institute, Media Research Center, Pacific Research Institute, and Atlas Economic Research Foundation.  Horizons also works with many nationally recognized institutions such as the Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institution and the National Institutes of Health.  Tim's business career has included travel to 4continents.  In 2005, he produced Inconvenient Truth, or Convenient Fiction? a documentary response to Al Gore's global warming manifesto, which debuted before enthusiastic audiences in Washington, New York and San Francisco.  Tim devotes substantial time to conservative and faith-based causes, and over the years has developed affiliations with The Heritage Foundation, American Enterprise Institute, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and the C.S. Lewis Institute.  His father, Joe Donner, helped found National Review magazine.  Tim and his wife Leesa have lived in Virginia for 25 years, and are parents to two boys, William and TJ.

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