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Robinson claims victory in Chesterfield House race; Barnett will not seek recount

By MEL LEONOR, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

Del. Roxann Robinson, R-Chesterfield, has claimed victory in the race for the 27th House District against two-time challenger Larry Barnett, a Democrat. Robinson’s victory gives House Republicans one more seat in the lower chamber, where they’ve lost their majority and now hold 44 seats to Democrats’ 54. Two races remain unresolved.

VaNews November 11, 2019


After narrow escape in 2017, Del. Roxann Robinson faces high-dollar rematch with Larry Barnett

By MICHAEL MARTZ, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

Democrat Larry Barnett began the year almost $94,000 behind Del. Roxann Robinson, R-Chesterfield, in raising money for a rematch to determine who will represent the 27th House District in the next General Assembly. By the end of August, Barnett had almost $87,000 more in the bank than Robinson, a nine-year incumbent

VaNews October 7, 2019


Democrat Larry Barnett concedes to Del. Roxann Robinson in surprisingly close race for Chesterfield House district

By GRAHAM MOOMAW, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

Democrat Larry Barnett conceded defeat Thursday in a shockingly close election for a Chestereld County seat in the House of Delegates, taking one of a handful of possible recounts o the boards as Republicans try to hold on to a razor-thin 51-49 advantage.

VaNews November 10, 2017


Republican incumbent Robinson, political newcomer face off for House seat in Chesterfield

By VANESSA REMMERS, Richmond Times-Dispatch (Metered Paywall - 7 articles a month)

A political newcomer and a Republican incumbent are squaring off to represent a district that lies entirely in Chesterfield County. Larry Barnett, a licensed counselor, believes he can flip the district from red to blue, while Del. Roxann Robinson is hoping to win a fourth full two-year term.

VaNews October 21, 2017