2019 Virginia State Legislature Election Results

Virginia State Legislature Elections 2019

Looking for the 2019 Virginia state legislature election results? You have come to the right place.

This is a critical election year for both the Republicans and Democrats in the Old Dominion. What used to be a reliable red state is now much bluer, and it has at times over the last decade felt like the blue is systematically overtaking the red. Republicans have lost the last two governor’s races and now, their last surviving bastion of control, the Virginia General Assembly, is close to toppling. Large Republican majorities eroded into narrow ones in 2017, on the same election day that Ralph Northam got elected. Now, Democrats are eyeing control of both houses in 2019 for the first time in over 20 years.

Democrats continued their winning ways in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the 2018 federal mid-term elections, gaining several US House seats. The trend favors them heading into 2019, but some parts of Virginia remain very red. Nevertheless, Democrats will be getting plenty of help1 as they feel this is their time to retake some or all of the General Assembly.

Will the Republicans fight the receding tide and keep the General Assembly, or are the Democrats primed for a takeover? Below, we go into every seat and what we identify as the commonwealth’s key seats. No formal predictions this year, but facts, sure. Legislature seats are broken down between the Virginia Senate and Virginia House of Delegates, and then further by region as follows:

  • Northern Virginia
  • Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore
  • Shenandoah Valley
  • Southwest Virginia
  • Southside Virginia
  • Central Virginia & Richmond

2015-17 Virginia State Legislature Election Results

Virginia Senate (2015)

Virginia Senate composition pre 2019 election

Republicans maintained control of the Senate, holding steady on 21 seats out of 40. The Democrats hold 19. Ties are broken by the lieutenant governor, who is president of the Senate. Justin Fairfax, a Democrat, would break a 20-20 tie should one occur in the next election.

Senate terms are four years, all elected at once. The next Senate elections will occur in 2023.

Virginia House of Delegates (2017)

Virginia House composition pre 2019 election

Virginia’s House of Delegates last voted in 2017, with terms renewable every two years. Republicans hold a 51-49 majority in the chamber, having lost 15 seats in the 2017 election. Democrats have been out of power in the House of Delegates since 2000.

2019 Virginia State Legislature Election Results: Senate

Northern Virginia

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - Senate Pre-Elex Northern Virginia

13th District: Purcellville, Ashburn, Gainesville
Dick Black (R)
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27th District: Warrenton, Winchester
Jill Holtzman Vogel (R)
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28th District: Bristow, Stafford, Colonial Beach
Richard Stuart (R)
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29th District: Manassas, Dale City
Jeremy McPike (D)
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30th District: Arlington (part), Alexandria (part), Mount Vernon
Adam Ebbin (D)
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31st District: Arlington (part), McLean (part), Lowes Island
Barbara Favola (D)
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32nd District: Arlington (part), Tysons, Reston (part), Chantilly (part)
Janet Howell (D)
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33rd District: Leesburg, Sterling, Herndon, Chantilly (part)
Jennifer Boysko (D) (special election win)
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34th District: Vienna, Fairfax, Kings Park West
Chap Petersen (D)
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35th District: Falls Church, Lincolnia, Springfield (part)
Dick Saslaw (D)
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36th District: Hybia Valley, Woodbridge, Dumfries
Scott Surovell (D)
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37th District: Centreville (part), Burke, Annandale (part)
Dave Marsden (D)
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39th District: Clifton, Springfield (part), Alexandria (part)
George Baker (D)
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Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - Senate Pre-Elex Hampton Roads

1st District: Williamsburg, Newport News (part), Chesapeake (part)
Monty Mason (D)
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2nd District: Hampton (part), Newport News (part), Portsmouth (part)
Mamie Locke (D)
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3rd District: Suffolk (part), Smithfield, New Kent, Aylett
Tommy Norment (R)
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5th District: Norfolk (part), Portsmouth (part), Chesapeake (part)
Lionell Spruill (D)
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6th District: Norfolk (part), Eastern Shore, Mathews
Lynwood Lewis (D)
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7th District: Virginia Beach (part), Norfolk (part)
Frank Wagner (R)
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8th District: Virginia Beach (part)
William DeSteph (R)
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14th District: Chesapeake (part), Virginia Beach (part), Portsmouth (part)
John Cosgrove (R)
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18th District: Suffolk (part), Franklin (part), Emporia, Chesapeake (part)
Louise Lucas (D)
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Shenandoah Valley

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - Senate Pre-Elex Shenandoah Valley

23rd District: Lynchburg (part), Bedford, New Castle
Steve Newman (R)
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24th District: Staunton, Waynesboro, Elkton
Emmett Hanger (R)
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25th District: Charlottesville, Covington, Buena Vista
Creigh Deeds (D)
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26th District: Harrisonburg, Front Royal, Luray
Mark Obenshain (R)
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Southwest Virginia

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - Senate Pre-Elex Southwest Virginia

19th District: Salem, Vinton, Wytheville (part)
David Suetterlein (R)
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21st District: Roanoke, Cave Spring, Blacksburg
John Edwards (D)
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38th District: Norton, Lebanon, Tazewell
Ben Chafin (R)
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40th District: Bristol, Abingdon, Wise
Bill Carrico (R)
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Southside Virginia

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - Senate Pre-Elex Southside

11th District: Midlothian (part), Chesterfield, Amelia, Colonial Heights
Amanda Chase (R)
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15th District: Clarksville, Crewe, Prince George
Frank Ruff (R)
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20th District: Galax, Stuart, Martinsville
Bill Stanley (R)
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22nd District: Appomattox, Farmville, Columbia
Mark Peake (R)
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Central Virginia & Richmond

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - Senate Pre-Elex Central Virginia-Richmond

4th District: Mechanicsville, Caroline, Northumberland
Ryan McDougle (R)
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9th District: Richmond (part), Ashland, Charles City
Jennifer McClellan (D)
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10th District: Richmond (part), Bon Air, Midlothian (part), Powhatan
Glen Sturtevant (R)
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12th District: Lakeside, Glen Allen (part), Short Pump
Siobhan Dunnavant (R)
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16th District: Richmond (part), Hopewell, Petersburg
Rosalyn Dance (D)
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17th District: Fredericksburg, Louisa, Orange, Culpeper
Bryce Reeves (R)
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2019 Virginia State Legislature Election Results: House of Delegates

Northern Virginia

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - House Pre-Elex Northern Virginia

2nd District: Woodbridge (part), Quantico, Moores Corner
Jennifer Carroll Foy (D)
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10th District: Leesburg, Middleburg, Boyce
Wendy Gooditis (D)
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13th District: Haymarket, Bull Run, Manassas Park
Danica Roem (D)
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18th District: Warrenton, Sperryville
Michael Webert (R)
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28th District: Fredericksburg (part), Aquia Harbor
Bob Thomas (R)
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29th District: Winchester, Gainesboro, Middletown
Christopher Collins (R)
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30th District: Culpeper (part), Madison, Gordonsville
Nick Freitas (R)
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31st District: Broken Hill, Catlett, Montclair
Elizabeth Guzman (D)
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32nd District: Ashburn, Lansdowne, Broadlands
David Reid (D)
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33rd District: Frederick Heights, Purcellville, Taylorstown
David LaRock (R)
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34th District: McLean (part), Great Falls, Potomac Falls
Kathleen Murphy (D)
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35th District: Oakton, Vienna, Tysons Corner
Mark Keam (D)
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36th District: Reston, Hattontown
Kenneth Plum (D)
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37th District: Fairfax, Legato, Centreville (part)
David Bulova (D)
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38th District: Annandale, Lincolnia
Kaye Kory (D)
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39th District: Springfield, North Springfield
Vivian Watts (D)
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40th District: Centreville (part), Station Hills, Sudley Springs
Timothy Hugo (R)
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41st District: Burke, Mantua
Eileen Filler-Corn (D)
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42nd District: Mount Vernon, West Springfield
Kathy Tran (D)
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43rd District: Franconia, Newington, Lorton
Mark Sickles (D)
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44th District: Waynewood, Groveton, Newton Woods
Paul Krizek (D)
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45th District: New Alexandria, Alexandria (part), Arlington (part)
Mark Levine (D)
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46th District: Alexandria (part)
Charniele Herring (D)
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47th District: Arlington (part), Buckingham, East Falls Church
Patrick Hope (D)
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48th District: Arlington (part), McLean (part)
Rip Sullivan (D)
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49th District: Arlington (part), Seven Corners
Alfonso Lopez (D)
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50th District: Manassas
Lee Carter (D)
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51st District: Nokesville, Canova, Lake Ridge
Hala Ayala (D)
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52nd District: Woodbridge (part), Dumfries
Luke Torian (D)
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53rd District: Falls Church, Pimmit Hills, Strathmeade Springs
Marcus Simon (D)
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54th District: Fredericksburg (part), Spotsylvania Courthouse, Guinea
Robert Orrock (R)
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67th District: Chantilly (part), Greenbriar
Karrie Delaney (D)
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86th District: Herndon, Chantilly (part)
Ibraheem Samirah (D)
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87th District: Sterling, South Riding, Antioch
John Bell (D)
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88th District: Fredericksburg (part), Morrisville
Mark Cole (R)
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Hampton Roads & Eastern Shore

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - House Pre-Elex Hampton Roads

21st District: Virginia Beach (part), Chesapeake (part)
Kelly Convirs-Fowler (D)
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64th District: Suffolk (part), Smithfield, Franklin (part), Prince George
Emily Brewer (R)
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76th District: Suffolk (part), Chesapeake (part)
Chris Jones (R)
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77th District: Chesapeake (part)
Cliff Hayes (D)
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78th District: Chesapeake (part)
Jay Leftwich (R)
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79th District: Norfolk (part), Chesapeake (part), Portsmouth (part)
Stephen Heretick (D)
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80th District: Portsmouth (part)
Vacant — Previously Democratic
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81st District: Chesapeake (part), Virginia Beach (part)
Barry Knight (R)
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82nd District: Virginia Beach (part)
Jason Miyares (R)
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83rd District: Virginia Beach (part), Norfolk (part)
Christopher Stolle (R)
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84th District: Virginia Beach (part)
Glenn Davis (R)
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85th District: Virginia Beach (part), Chesapeake (part)
Cheryl Turpin (D)
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89th District: Norfolk (part), Portsmouth (part)
Jay Jones (D)
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90th District: Norfolk (part)
Joe Lindsey (D)
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91st District: Hampton (part), Poquoson
Gordon Heisel (R)
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92nd District: Hampton (part)
Jeion Ward (D)
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93rd District: Williamsburg, Jamestown, Newport News (part)
Michael Mullin (D)
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94th District: Newport News (part)
David Yancey (R)
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95th District: Newport News (part)
Cia Price (D)
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96th District: Yorktown, Toano
Brenda Pogge (R)
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100th District: Eastern Shore, Tangier, Norfolk (part)
Rob Bloxom (R)
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Shenandoah Valley

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - House Pre-Elex Shenandoah

15th District: New Market, Strasburg, Luray
Todd Gilbert (R)
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20th District: Monterey, Staunton, Waynesboro
Richard Bell (R)
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24th District: Amherst, Buena Vista, Stuarts Draft
Ronnie Campbell (R)
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25th District: Bridgewater, Crimora, Crozet
Steven Landes (R)
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26th District: Harrisonburg, Timberville
Tony Wilt (R)
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Southwest Virginia

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - House Pre-Elex Southwest Virginia

1st District: Norton, Gate City, Rose Hill
Terry Kilgore (R)
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3rd District: Tazewell, Richlands
Will Morefield (R)
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4th District: Abingdon, Lebanon, Saint Paul
Todd Pillion (R)
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5th District: Bristol, Galax, Chilhowie
Israel O’Quinn (R)
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6th District: Marion, Wytheville, Hillsville
Jeffrey Campbell (R)
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7th District: Blacksburg (part), Pulaski, Floyd
Nick Rush (R)
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8th District: Salem (part), Christiansburg, New Castle
Joe McNamara (R)
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9th District: Rocky Mount, Patrick Springs
Charles Poindexter (R)
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11th District: Roanoke (part)
Sam Rasoul (D)
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12th District: Blacksburg (part), Pearlsburg, Radford
Chris Hurst (D)
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17th District: Roanoke (part), Salem (part), Hollins
Christopher Head (R)
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19th District: Covington, Clinton Forge, Bedford, Blue Ridge
Terry Austin (R)
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22nd District: Lynchburg, Huddleston, Red Valley
Kathy Byron (R)
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Southside Virginia

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - House Pre-Elex Southside

14th District: Danville, Ridgeway, Lima
Daniel Marshall (R)
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16th District: Gretna, Martinsville, Hopewell
Les Adams (R)
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27th District: Bon Air (part), Midlothian (part)
Roxann Robinson (R)
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60th District: South Boston, Brookneal, Farmville
James Edmunds (R)
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61st District: Cumberland, Burkeville, Clarksville
Thomas Wright (R)
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62nd District: Hopewell, Chester, Windsor Hills
Riley Ingram (R)
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63rd District: Petersburg, Winterpock, Dinwiddie
Lashrecse Aird (D)
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66th District: Colonial Heights, Chesterfield, Richmond (part)
Kirk Cox (R)
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75th District: Waverly, Emporia, Franklin (part), Alberta
Roslyn Tyler (D)
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Central Virginia & Richmond

2019 Virginia State Legislature Elections - House Pre-Elex Central Virginia Richmond

23rd District: Peakland, Centerville, Coleman Falls
Scott Garrett (R)
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55th District: Ashland, Ladysmith, Partlow
Buddy Fowler (R)
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56th District: Louisa, Crozier, Wyndham
John McGuire (R)
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57th District: Charlottesville
David Toscano (D)
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58th District: Elkton, Milton, Scottsville
Robert Bell (R)
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59th District: Covesville, Mt. Rush, Appomattox
Matthew Fariss (R)
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65th District: Columbia, Powhatan, Midlothian (part)
Lee Ware (R)
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68th District: Richmond (part), Midlothian (part)
Dawn Adams (D)
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69th District: Richmond (part)
Betsy Carr (D)
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70th District: Richmond (part), Montrose, Bellwood, Charles City
Delores Quinn (D)
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71st District: Richmond (part)
Jeffrey Bourne (D)
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72nd District: Glen Allen (part), Laurel, Lorraine
Schuyler VanValkenburg (D)
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73rd District: Tuckahoe, Glen Allen (part), Westbriar
Debra Rodman (D)
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74th District: Richmond (part), Sandston, Chamberlayne
Lamont Bagby (D)
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97th District: Mechanicsville, Manquin, New Kent
Christopher Peace (R)
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98th District: Tappahannock, West Point, Gloucester Point
Keith Hodges (R)
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99th District: Kilmarnock, Owens, Port Royal
Margaret Ransone (R)
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References

1: “PAC to spend $500,000 to help Democrats running for Virginia House” (by Laura Vozzella, Washington Post website, published 10 September 2019, accessed 6 October 2019)

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