2019 Virginia House of Delegates election

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2019 Virginia House of Delegates election

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All 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates
51 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  3x4.svg Eileen Fillercorn.jpg
Leader Kirk Cox Eileen Filler-Corn
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since January 10, 2018 January 1, 2019
Leader's seat 66th 41st
Last election 51 seats, 43.76% 49 seats, 53.17%

Speaker before election

Kirk Cox
Republican

Elected Speaker

TBD

The 2019 Virginia House of Delegates election will be held on November 5, 2019. All 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates are up for election.

Primary elections were held on June 11, 2019.

Several State House districts will likely be redrawn beforehand, following a federal district court decision that struck down 11 districts for racial discrimination.[1]

Races to watch[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Number Representative Party 2017 Margin First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates[2]
10 Wendy Gooditis Democratic 3.9% D 2017 Incumbent running Wendy Gooditis (D)
Randy Minchew (R)
27 Roxann Robinson Republican 0.5% R 2010 Incumbent running Larry Barnett (D)
Roxann Robinson (R)
28 Bob Thomas Republican 0.4% R 2017 Incumbent lost renomination Joshua Cole (D)
Paul Milde (R)
30 Nicholas Freitas Republican 2015 Incumbent running as write-in Nick Freitas (R Write-In)
Ann Faulkner Ridgeway (D)
40 Tim Hugo Republican 0.4% R 2002 Incumbent running Dan Helmer (D)
Tim Hugo (R)
62 Riley Ingram Republican 3.5% R 1991 Incumbent retiring Carrie Coyner (R)
Lindsey Dougherty (D)
66 Kirk Cox Republican 4.6% D
(redrawn)
1989 Incumbent running Kirk Cox (R)
Sheila Bynum-Coleman (D)
68 Dawn M. Adams Democratic 0.9% D 2017 Incumbent running Dawn M. Adams (D)
Garrison R Coward (R)
73 Debra H. Rodman Democratic 3.1% D 2017 Incumbent running for Senate District 12 Rodney Willett (D)
Mary Margaret Kastelberg (R)
76 Chris Jones Republican Redrawn 1997 Incumbent running Clint Jenkins (D)
Chris Jones (R)
81 Barry Knight Republican 6.6% R
(redrawn)
2008 Incumbent running Barry Knight (R)
Len Myers (D)
83 Chris Stolle Republican 4.9% D
(redrawn)
2009 Incumbent running Chris Stolle (R)
Nancy Guy (D)
84 Glenn Davis Republican 3.6% R 2013 Incumbent running Glenn Davis (R)
Karen Mallard (D)
Russell Braddy (I)
85 Cheryl Turpin Democratic 1.6% D 2017 Incumbent running for 7th Senate[3] Alex Askew (D)
Rocky Holcomb (R)
91 Gordon Helsel Republican 4.6% D
(redrawn)
2011 Incumbent retiring[4] Colleen Holmes Holcomb (R)
Martha Mugler (D)
94 David Yancey Republican 16% D[5]

(redrawn)

2011 Incumbent running Shelly Simonds (D)
David Yancey (R)
Michael Bartley (L)
100 Robert Bloxom Jr. Republican 4.4% R 2014 Incumbent running Robert Bloxom Jr. (R)
Phil Hernandez (D)

By House of Delegates district[edit]

District Incumbent This race
Number Representative Party First
elected
Incumbent Status Candidates[6]
1 Terry Kilgore Republican 1993 Incumbent running Terry Kilgore (R)
2 Jennifer Carroll Foy Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Jennifer Carroll Foy (D)
Heather Mitchell (R)
3 Will Morefield Republican 2009 Incumbent running Will Morefield (R)
4 Todd Pillion Republican 2014 Incumbent running for 40th Senate[7] Starla Kiser (D)
Will Wampler (R)
5 Israel O'Quinn Republican 2011 Incumbent running Israel O'Quinn (R)
6 Jeff Campbell Republican 2013 Incumbent running Jim Barker (D)
Jeff Campbell (R)
7 Nick Rush Republican 2011 Incumbent running Nick Rush (R)
Rhonda Seltz (D)
8 Joe McNamara Republican 2018 Incumbent running Darlene Lewis (D)
Joe McNamara (R)
9 Charles Poindexter Republican 2007 Incumbent running Charles Poindexter (R)
10 Wendy Gooditis Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Wendy Gooditis (D)
Randy Minchew (R)
11 Sam Rasoul Democratic 2014 Incumbent running Sam Rasoul (D)
12 Chris Hurst Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Travis Forrest Hite (R)
Chris Hurst (D)
13 Danica Roem Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Kelly Sweeney McGinn (R)
Danica Roem (D)
14 Danny Marshall Republican 2001 Incumbent running Danny Marshall (R)
Eric Stamps (D)
15 Todd Gilbert Republican 2005 Incumbent running Beverly Harrison (D)
Todd Gilbert (R)
16 Les Adams Republican 2013 Incumbent running Les Adams (R)
Dustin Evans (L)
17 Chris Head Republican 2011 Incumbent running Chris Head (R)
18 Michael Webert Republican 2011 Incumbent running Laura Galante (D)
Michael Webert (R)
19 Terry Austin Republican 2013 Incumbent running Terry Austin (R)
20 Richard Bell Republican 2009 Incumbent retiring John Avoli (R)
Jennifer Lewis (D)
21 Kelly Fowler Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Kelly Fowler (D)
Shannon Kane (R)
22 Kathy Byron Republican 1997 Incumbent running Kathy Byron (R)
Jennifer Woofter (D)
23 Scott Garrett Republican 2009 Incumbent retiring[8] Wendell Walker (R)
David Zilles (D)
24 Ronnie Campbell Republican 2018 Incumbent running Ronnie Campbell (R)
Billy Eli Fishpaw (I)
Christian Worth (D)
25 Steve Landes Republican 1995 Incumbent retiring[9] Janice Allen (I)
Jenni Kitchen (D)
Christopher A Runion (R)
26 Tony Wilt Republican 2010 Incumbent running Brent Finnegan (D)
Tony Wilt (R)
27 Roxann Robinson Republican 2010 Incumbent running Larry Barnett (D)
Roxann Robinson (R)
28 Bob Thomas Republican 2017 Incumbent lost renomination Joshua Cole (D)
Paul Milde (R)
29 Chris Collins Republican 2015 Incumbent running Chris Collins (R)
Irina Khanin (D)
30 Nicholas Freitas Republican 2015 Incumbent running Nick Freitas (R Write-In)
Ann Faulkner Ridgeway (D)
31 Elizabeth Guzman Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Elizabeth Guzman (D)
D.J. Jordan (R)[10]
32 David Reid Democratic 2017 Incumbent running David Reid (D)
33 Dave LaRock Republican 2013 Incumbent running Dave LaRock (R)
Mavis Taintor (D)
34 Kathleen Murphy Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Kathleen Murphy (D)
Gary Pan (R)
35 Mark Keam Democratic 2009 Incumbent running Mark Keam (D)
36 Ken Plum Democratic 1981
(1978–1980)
Incumbent running Ken Plum (D)
37 David Bulova Democratic 2005 Incumbent running David Bulova (D)
38 Kaye Kory Democratic 2009 Incumbent running Kaye Kory (D)
39 Vivian Watts Democratic 1995 Incumbent running Nicholas Bell (R)
Vivian Watts (D)
40 Tim Hugo Republican 2002 Incumbent running Dan Helmer (D)
Tim Hugo (R)
41 Eileen Filler-Corn Democratic 2010 Incumbent running Eileen Filler-Corn (D)
Rachel Mace (L)
John Wolfe (I)
42 Kathy Tran Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Steve Adragna (R)
Kathy Tran (D)
43 Mark Sickles Democratic 2003 Incumbent running Gail Parker (I)
Mark Sickles (D)
44 Paul Krizek Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Richard Hayden (R)
Paul Krizek (D)
45 Mark Levine Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Michael Clinkscale (R)
Mark Levine (D)
46 Charniele Herring Democratic 2009 Incumbent running Charniele Herring (D)
47 Patrick Hope Democratic 2009 Incumbent running Patrick Hope (D)
48 Rip Sullivan Democratic 2014 Incumbent running Rip Sullivan (D)
49 Alfonso Lopez Democratic 2011 Incumbent running Alfonso Lopez (D)
Terry Modglin (I)
50 Lee Carter Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Lee Carter (D)
Ian Lovejoy (R)
51 Hala Ayala Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Hala Ayala (D)
Rich Anderson (R)
52 Luke Torian Democratic 2009 Incumbent running Luke Torian (D)
Maria Martin (R)
53 Marcus Simon Democratic 2013 Incumbent running Marcus Simon (D)
54 Bobby Orrock Republican 1989 Incumbent running Neri Canahui-Ortiz (D)
Bobby Orrock (R)
55 Buddy Fowler Republican 2013 Incumbent running Buddy Fowler (R)
Morgan Goodman (D)
56 John McGuire III Republican 2017 Incumbent running Juanita Jo Matkins (D)
John McGuire, III (R)
57 David Toscano Democratic 2005 Incumbent retiring[11] Sally Hudson (D)
58 Rob Bell Republican 2001 Incumbent running Rob Bell (R)
Elizabeth Alcorn (D)
59 Matt Fariss Republican 2011 Incumbent running Matt Fariss (R)
Tim Hickey (D)
60 James E. Edmunds Republican 2009 Incumbent running James E. Edmunds (R)
Janie Zimmerman (D)
61 Tommy Wright Republican 2000 Incumbent running Trudy Bell Berry (D)
Tommy Wright (R)
62 Riley Ingram Republican 1991 Incumbent retiring Carrie Coyner (R)
Lindsey Dougherty (D)
63 Lashrecse Aird Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Lashrecse Aird (D)
Larry Haake (I)
64 Emily Brewer Republican 2017 Incumbent running Emily Brewer (R)
Michele Joyce (D)
65 Lee Ware Republican 1998 Incumbent running Mike Asip (D)
Lee Ware (R)
66 Kirk Cox Republican 1989 Incumbent running Kirk Cox (R)
Sheila Bynum-Coleman (D)
Linnard K Harris, Sr (I)
67 Karrie Delaney Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Karrie Delaney (D)
68 Dawn M. Adams Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Dawn M. Adams (D)
Garrison R Coward (R)
69 Betsy B. Carr Democratic 2009 Incumbent running Betsy B. Carr (D)
70 Delores McQuinn Democratic 2008 Incumbent running Delores McQuinn (D)
Linnard Keith Harris, Sr (I)
71 Jeff Bourne Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Jeff Bourne (D)
Pete Wells (L)
72 Schuyler VanValkenburg Democratic 2017 Incumbent running Schuyler T. VanValkenburg (D)
GayDonna Vandergriff (R)
73 Debra H. Rodman Democratic 2017 Incumbent running for Senate District 12 Rodney Willett (D)
Mary Margaret Kastelberg (R)
74 Lamont Bagby Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Lamont Bagby (D)
75 Roslyn Tyler Democratic 2005 Incumbent running Roslyn Tyler (D)
Otto Wachsmann (R)
76 Chris Jones Republican 1997 Incumbent running Clint Jenkins (D)
Chris Jones (R)
77 Cliff Hayes, Jr. Democratic 2016 Incumbent running Cliff Hayes, Jr. (D)
Ron Wallace (R)
78 Jay Leftwich Republican 2013 Incumbent running Jay Leftwich (R)
79 Steve Heretick Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Steve Heretick (D)
80 Matthew James Democratic 2009 Incumbent appointed Deputy Director of the Department of General Services[12] Ryan Benton (I)
Jim Evans (R)
Don Scott (D)[13]
81 Barry Knight Republican 2008 Incumbent running Barry Knight (R)
Len Myers (D)
82 Jason Miyares Republican 2015 Incumbent running Gayle Johnson (D)
Jason Miyares (R)
83 Chris Stolle Republican 2009 Incumbent running Chris Stolle (R)
Nancy Guy (D)
84 Glenn Davis Republican 2013 Incumbent running Glenn Davis (R)
Karen Mallard (D)
85 Cheryl Turpin Democratic 2017 Incumbent running for 7th Senate[14] Alex Askew (D)
Rocky Holcomb (R)
86 Ibraheem Samirah Democratic 2019 Incumbent running Ibraheem Samirah (D)
87 John Bell Democratic 2015 Incumbent running for the 13th Senate district Bill Drennan (R)
Suhas Subramanyam (D)
88 Mark Cole Republican 2001 Incumbent running Mark Cole (R)
Jess Foster (D)
89 Jay Jones Democratic 2012 Incumbent running Jay Jones (D)
90 Joe Lindsey Democratic 2014 Incumbent running Joe Lindsey (D)
91 Gordon Helsel Republican 2011 Incumbent retiring[15] Colleen Holmes Holcomb (R)
Martha Mugler (D)
92 Jeion Ward Democratic 2003 Incumbent running Jeion Ward (D)
93 Michael Mullin Democratic 2016 Incumbent running Michael Mullin (D)
94 David Yancey Republican 2011 Incumbent running Shelly Simonds (D)
David Yancey (R)

Michael D. Bartley (L)

95 Marcia Price Democratic 2015 Incumbent running Marcia Price (D)
96 Brenda Pogge Republican 2007 Incumbent retiring[16] Amanda E Batten (R)
Mark Downey (D)
James Jobe (L)
97 Chris Peace Republican 2006[17] Incumbent lost renomination[18] Kevin Washington (D)
Scott Wyatt (R)
98 Keith Hodges Republican 2011 Incumbent running Keith Hodges (R)
Ella Webster (D)
99 Margaret Ransone Republican 2011 Incumbent running Francis N. Edwards (D)
Margaret Ransone (R)
100 Robert Bloxom Jr. Republican 2014 Incumbent running Robert Bloxom Jr. (R)
Phil Hernandez (D)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Supreme Court Denies Virginia GOP Bid to Halt Virginia Redistricting". US News. January 8, 2019.
  2. ^ "House: General Elections". Virginia Public Access Project. Retrieved February 28, 2019.
  3. ^ "Turpin announces run for state Senate". South Side Daily. March 25, 2019. Retrieved March 25, 2019.
  4. ^ https://twitter.com/gmoomaw/status/1099306595908022272
  5. ^ "House of Delegates District 94". The Virginia Public Access Project.
  6. ^ "House: General Elections". Virginia Public Access Project. Retrieved February 28, 2019.
  7. ^ Pillion, Todd [@DelTPillion] (March 5, 2019). "Today I announced I'm running for State Senate in the 40th District" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  8. ^ "UPDATE: Del. Scott Garrett will not seek re-election in 23rd". The News & Advanced. March 25, 2019. Retrieved March 25, 2019.
  9. ^ "Longtime Republican State Lawmakers Announce Retirements". U.S. News. March 5, 2019. Retrieved March 7, 2019.
  10. ^ Willis, Latisha (January 8, 2019). "Woodbridge resident D.J. Jordan announces bid for House of Delegates". Retrieved January 8, 2019.
  11. ^ Moomaw, Graham (February 23, 2019). "Former Democratic leader David Toscano retiring from Va. House". Richmond Times-Dispatch. Retrieved February 23, 2019.
  12. ^ "Portsmouth Del. Matthew James steps down to take state economic development post". The Virginia Pilot. May 3, 2019. Retrieved May 4, 2019.
  13. ^ Albiges, Marie [@MarieAlbiges] (May 3, 2019). "So now the question is, who will be the Democratic nominee for the 80th district? Attorney Don Scott has said he's running. He told me he thinks several former & current elected officials may consider it as well. I haven't heard of Republican challenger yet" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  14. ^ "Turpin announces run for state Senate". South Side Daily. March 25, 2019. Retrieved March 25, 2019.
  15. ^ https://twitter.com/gmoomaw/status/1099306595908022272
  16. ^ "DEL. BRENDA POGGE RETIRES, ENDORSES SUCCESSOR". New Virginia Press. March 22, 2019. Retrieved March 24, 2019.
  17. ^ "Special Election - State House District 097". Commonwealth of Virginia. January 24, 2006. Archived from the original on May 15, 2008.
  18. ^ "Sights from the 97th District Convention: UPDATED – Wyatt Wins!". The Bull Elephant. May 4, 2019. Retrieved May 4, 2019.