In the last week, VPAP added 10 names to its unofficial list of 2019 General Assembly candidates.
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Willie Randall (D) is challenging Del. Lynwood Lewis (D-Accomac) for the Democratic nomination. SD 6 includes parts of Norfolk and Vriginia Beach cities and Accomack, Northampton and Mathews counties.
Ben Hixon (D) is running for the seat now held by Del. Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania). SD 17 includes portions of Spotsylvania, Orange, Albemarle, Louisa and Culpeper counties and part of Fredericksburg City.
Dave Bourne (R) is the second candidate seeking the GOP nomination for the open seat now held by Del. Dickie Bell (R-Staunton), who is retiring. John Avoli (R) is also running for the Republican nomination. HD 20 includes portions of Augusta, Nelson and Highland counties and Staunton and Waynesboro cities.
Jennifer Woofter (D) is running for the seat now held by Del. Kathy Byron (R-Forest). HD 22 includes portions of Bedford, Campbell and Franklin counties, and part of Lynchburg.
Nancy Guy (D) is running for the seat now held by Del. Chris Stolle (R-Virginia Beach). HD 83 includes portions of Virginia Beach and Norfolk.
Karen Mallard (D) is running for the seat now held by Del. Glenn Davis (R-Virginia Beach). HD 84 includes portions of Virginia Beach.
Gregg Nelson (R) and Connie Hutchinson (I) are running in a special election seat that had been held by Sen. Jennifer Boysko. Ibraheem Samirah (D) is also running for the seat. HD 86 includes portions of Fairfax and Loudoun counties.
William Drennan Jr. (R) is running for the seat now held by Del. John Bell (D-Chantilly), who is running in Senate District 13. Three candidates are running for the Democratic nomination. HD 87 includes portions of Loudoun and Prince William counties.
Scott Wyatt (R) is challenging Del. Chris Peace (R-Mechanicsville) for the Republican nomination. HD 97 includes portions of Hanover, New Kent and King William counties.
VPAP maintains an unofficial candidate list that includes those who have a) filed paperwork with the State Department of Elections declaring their intention to raise money or b) have announced publicly they are running for office. The State Department of Elections will release an official list of candidates who qualified for the November ballot at some point after the June 13 candidate deadline.
Jan. 24, 2019
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