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Voters chose Northam, the lieutenant governor, 54 percent to 45 percent over Gillespie as part of a stunning Democratic sweep of statewide offices, including lieutenant governor and attorney general.There also were widespread Democratic victories in the House of Delegates.He was also a member of the Society of the Army of the Potomac.Major General Gillespie retired from the Army on June 15, 1905, having reached the mandatory retirement age of 64. Citation: Exposed himself to great danger by voluntarily making his way through the enemy's lines to communicate with Gen. While rendering this service he was captured, but escaped; again came in contact with the enemy, was again ordered to surrender, but escaped by dashing away under fire.And turnout in the Democratic primary far outpaced the Republican side.Last October, he appeared on a show hosted by Mike Cernovich, a member of the pro-Trump, far-right media who has dismissed the existence of date rape.Every summer come out to the Oldest, Continuous County Fair in Texas.Relive the fun of the midway, the flavor of funnel cakes and sausage-on-a-stick, the pageantry of the Queen Contest, and the judging of pies, cakes, cookies, and quilts.

He was buried in the post cemetery at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He commanded two companies of the engineer battalion which built fortifications and pontoon bridges throughout the Virginia campaigns until General Robert E. On October 27, 1897, Gillespie received the Medal of Honor for carrying dispatches through enemy lines under withering fire to Major General Philip Sheridan at the Battle of Cold Harbor, Virginia on May 31, 1864.He was later Sheridan's Chief Engineer in the Army of the Shenandoah and the Military Division of the Gulf.He initiated construction of the canal at the Cascades of the Columbia River and built the famous Tillamook Rock Lighthouse off the Oregon coast.Gillespie also served on the Board of Engineers and for six years as president of the Mississippi River Commission.

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