Virginia's 13th Senate district

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District 13 of the Virginia Senate is a senatorial district currently made up of parts of Loudoun County and Prince William County in the U.S. state of Virginia. This district is currently represented by Dick Black.

Before redistricting after the 1960 census, the district was in Virginia's southwestern corner.

Elections[edit]

In 2015, Governor Terry McAuliffe backed Jill McCabe instead of Democrat Tom Mulrine, who had already announced his candidacy for the Senate race.[1] As a result, Mulrine withdrew from the campaign.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Baratko, Trevor (13 March 2015). "New Democrat emerges to challenge Sen. Dick Black". www.loudountimes.com. Loudoun Times-Mirror. Retrieved 11 May 2017. A Democrat who had previously announced a candidacy for the Senate's 13th District, Tom Mulrine, is stepping aside for McCabe to swiftly become the nominee. 
  2. ^ Moomaw, Graham (24 October 2016). "McAuliffe blames political 'silly season' for article linking Virginia Senate race to Clinton email probe". Roanoke Times. Richmond Times-Dispatch. Retrieved 12 May 2017. When McCabe was tapped to run for the Senate, another Democrat, Army veteran and attorney Thomas Mulrine, had already announced his candidacy for Black’s seat. In an interview Monday, Mulrine said he chose to step aside after it became clear that McAuliffe and Democratic dollars were lining up behind McCabe. 
  3. ^ http://thebullelephant.com/colonel-tom-mulrine-out-mcauliffe-chooses-jill-mccabe-to-run-in-the-13th-senate-district/