|Member of the Virginia House of Delegates
from the 70th district
January 8, 2009
|Preceded by||Dwight Clinton Jones|
November 26, 1954 |
Henrico County, Virginia
|Children||James E. Minor III, Daytriel J. McQuinn|
|Alma mater||Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Union University
|Committees||Counties, Cities and Towns; Transportation|
Rev. Delores L. McQuinn (born November 26, 1954, in Henrico County, Virginia) is an American politician of the Democratic Party. On January 6, 2009 she was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 70th district, made up of parts of Chesterfield and Henrico Counties and the city of Richmond. She was previously a member of the Richmond City Council.
McQuinn was elected to the Richmond City Council in a special election on April 6, 1999, replacing Leonidas B. Young, II, who resigned in February, and Sherwood T. White, an interim appointment. She served as Vice-Mayor 2003–2004 and Vice-President of the Council 2007–2008.
When Delegate Dwight Clinton Jones was elected Mayor of Richmond in November 2008, McQuinn ran for the Democratic nomination for his 70th district House seat. She defeated lawyer Carlos Brown for the nomination, and was unopposed in the general election on January 6, 2009.
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- Virginia House of Delegates 2009
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