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Personal Finances

Select a General Assembly Member:

Candidates who own stock in:

Candidates securities own stock in:

Candidates who reported gifts or payments for meetings/publications:

Candidates who attended taxpayer-funded conferences

Candidates who are paid officers in a corporation

Candidates who were paid to represent clients before state agencies


Why do candidates provide personal financial information?

Virginia's system of representative government is dependent in part upon the ability of part-time citizen legislative members to participate fully in the legislative process and for statewide candidates to carry out their duties. To ensure citizens maintain the highest trust in their elected representatives, state candidates are required to disclose certain personal financial information, such as outside employment, investments and business partnerships.