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VaNews for 2017 House of Delegates - District 10 - Regular General


Incumbents Minchew, Greason ousted in rough night for Republicans

By TREVOR BARATKO, Loudoun Times

Loudoun County Republicans were dealt a major blow Tuesday night, with their party's nominee for governor falling short and three GOP incumbents losing their local House of Delegates seats.

VaNews November 9, 2017


With election stakes high, even local Virginia contests draw national volunteers and attention

By CATHLEEN DECKER, Los Angeles Times

The test of whether the nation’s Democrats can turn enthusiasm into tangible victories rested on a pingpong table in the basement of a home in Leesburg, Va., where breakfast sweets vied for space with scores of election packets that dozens of volunteers gathered to deliver to homes of potential voters.

VaNews November 6, 2017


Stakes high as Virginians prepare to vote

By ONOFRIO CASTIGLIA, Winchester Star (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

The nation’s eyes will be on Virginia on Tuesday as voters go to the polls to choose a governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general. All 100 House of Delegates seats in the Virginia General Assembly also are up for election. The political stakes are high — the Republican Party wants to prove it can still win statewide elections in Virginia, which it has failed to do since 2009, and Democrats want to solidify a win to push for progressive politics on the federal level.

VaNews November 4, 2017


Down-ballot drama: 2017 guide to Virginia House of Delegate races

By JACK MOORE, WTOP

In addition to the high-profile race for governor and other statewide races, Virginia voters will be asked to weigh in on a flurry of competitive races farther down the ballot: House of Delegate seats are also up for grabs Tuesday. This election features more competitive House races than at any time in the past two decades, and analysts say the usually local, low-key races are shaping up to be an early barometer of the national political climate nearly a year into Donald Trump’s presidency.

VaNews November 4, 2017


Democratic newcomer challenging Minchew in 10th District

By SYDNEY KASHIWAGI, Loudoun Times

Over the last six years, three-term Del. Randy Minchew (R-10th) has handily won in the House of Delegates' 10th District. He was elected in 2011 right before the 10th District voted for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney over former President Barack Obama by about a 2 percent margin, and he has since run unopposed by opponents in his party.

VaNews October 30, 2017


Democrats largely winning campaign finance fights

By ONOFRIO CASTIGLIA, Winchester Star (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

With some exceptions, Democrats in local races have, with increasing percentages, continued to raise and spend more money than their incumbent Republican counterparts, according to new campaign finance reports. On Monday the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) published reports submitted by candidates across the state for the Sept. 1 to Sept. 30, 2017, period, which were due Friday.

VaNews October 19, 2017


Legislature candidates stump at forum

By JOSH JANNEY, Winchester Star (Metered Paywall - 5 articles a month)

Candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates’ 10th, 29th and 33rd districts stumped at a forum on Saturday morning in the Handley Regional Library auditorium. The forum was hosted by the American Association of University Women.

VaNews October 16, 2017


Minchew, Democratic candidates field questions at LWV forum; LaRock a no-show

By CHANTALLE EDMUNDS, Loudoun Times

Gun control and health care were among the lead topics three candidates competing for House of Delegates seats tackled at a forum held by The League of Women Voters of Loudoun County on Tuesday. The two candidates for the 10th District, incumbent Del. Randy Minchew (R) and Clarke County Democrat Wendy Gooditis fielded questions along with Democrat Tia Walbridge...

VaNews October 6, 2017


Founder of Clarke County Indivisible chapter to challenge Minchew in 10th District

By CHANTALLE EDMUNDS, Loudoun Times

A Clarke County Democrat will challenge incumbent Del. Randy Minchew (R-Leesburg) in the House of Delegates 10th District. Wendy Gooditis, a Realtor and longtime educator, is running on a message of a hard work ethic pays and that “the government should provide all Virginians with the basics, job opportunities, safe roads, clean air and equal opportunity.”

VaNews July 7, 2017