2019 31st St Priority Donation Support
|VA House of Delegates||Dist.||D- Candidate *=Incumbent||R-Opponent *=Incumbent||Donate||Video||2017 D/R **Old District||Northam/ Gillespie **Old District||Northam/ Gillespie New District||Every District LDI||Dem Cash on Hand 6/30/19||R Cash on Hand 6/30/19||Dem Cash Raised ~June||R Cash Raised ~June||Commentary||Luria Margin 2018|
|66||Sheila Bynum-Coleman||Kirk Cox*||Donate||36/63**||39/60**||52/47||7||$123.6K||$448.4K||$79.4K||$76.3K||Cox is current HOD speaker. Redistricting suggests 32% Dem shift in this South of Richmond district. Bynum-Coleman has run before in different district.||~4.31|
|84||Karen Mallard||Glen Davis*||Donate||48/52||52/46||1||$87.8K||$127.8K||$46.6K||$115.4K||Virginia Beach area where Kane did well|
|76||Clint Jenkins||Chris Jones*||Donate||-/94||50/49**||60/39||15||$55.7K||$651.1K||$49.5K||$56.2K||Redistricting suggests 27.4% Dem shift in Suffolk/Chesapeake district.||1.12|
|100||Phil Hernandez||Rob Bloxom*||Donate||48/52||53/46||5||$151.4K||$25.5K||$92.3K||$0.4K||Hernandez is energetic new candidate. Bloxom is popular on Eastern Shore which is most voters|
|Worthy||10||Wendy Gooditis*||Randy Minchew||Donate||Video||52/48||54/45||4||$182.4K||$260.20||$62.7K||$58.3K|
Wendy is a very strong candidate, but former incumbent Minchew is running again. Western NOVA
|28||Josh Cole||Milde||Donate||2017 Video||50/50||51/48||-1||$158.1K||$7.0K||$88.7K||$82.9K||Josh suprised experts losing this Stafford Co+ district in 2017 by only 73 votes. R incumbent Anderson lost to more extreme right opponent Milde in primary. Thus now an open seat.|
|83||Nancy Guy||Chris Stolle*||Donate||43/57**||50/48**||55/44||6||$112.0K||$93.3K||$46.2K||$27.2K||Redistricting suggests 12.4% Dem shift - VA Beach, Norfolk|
|Donate||2017 Video||50/50||51/48||-2||$170.1K||$165.5K||$70.2K||$38.0K||Larry only lost in 2017 by 128 votes, and is now experienced and well prepared in this increasingly blue suburban Richmond district.|
|73||Rodney Willett||Mary Kastleberg||Donate||Video||51/48||53/45||7||$151.3K||$64.8K||$86.9K||$34.9K||Incumbent Rodman running for Senate. Richmond suburb area somewhat bluish|
|51||Hala Ayala*||Rich Anderson||Donate||53/47||55/44||6||$141.5K||$131.1K||$55.2K||$23.3K||Hala beat Anderson fairly strongly in 2017 in Prince William district, but he is mobilized for rematch|
|21||Kelly Fowler*||Shannon Kane||Donate||Video||52/47||56/42||9||$81.8K||$55.2K||$43.4K||$12.3K||This VA Beach district remains competitive. Kane was VA Beach Council member.|
|85||Alex Askew||Rocky Holcomb||Donate||51/49**||53/45**||55/44||1||$122.4K||$34.2K||$82.1K||$22.3K|
Incumbent Turpin running for Senate. Redistricting suggests 2.7% Dem shift, VA Beach district.
|62||Lindsey Dougherty||Carrie Coyner||Donate||48/52**||48/51**||49/?||-6||$11.8K||$134.7K||$8.0K||$12.2K||Open seat with Ingram retiring. Redistricting suggests 2.3% Dem Shift.|
|Possible Later||81||Len Meyers||Barry Knight*||Donate||41/59**||44/55**||52/47||-1||$15.8K||$312.2K||$8.8K||$31.0K||Redistricting suggests 16.1% Dem shift VA Beach/Chesapeake district, thus potentially competiive|
|Probably Too Good||40||Dan Helmer||Tim Hugo*||50/50||55/44||4||$285.9K||$403.3K||$100.5K||$69.7K||Dem Tanner lost by 99 votes in 2017. Helmer is very strong Dem candidate and blue-leaning district in W. Fairfax Co. +, but Hugo is strong incumbent.|
|94||Shelly Simonds||David Yancey*||50/50**||55/44**||60/39||18||$212.1K||$286.1K||$92.0K||$49.9K||Shelly tied Yancey in 2017. Redistricting suggests 13.6%Dem shift.|
|91||Martha Mugler||Colleen Holcomb||Donate||44/56**||47/51**||54/45||8||$21.5K||$10.7K||$20.7K||$7.6K||Open-Very Flippable Seat. Redistricting suggest 19.8% Dem shift. - Hampton Rds Area|
|68||Dawn Adams*||Garrison Coward||50/49.5||56/43||8||$173.9K||$27.6K||$31.2K||$27.3K||Dawn narrowly won this suburban Richmond district, relatively well funded.|
VanValkenberg won fairly handily in 2017. Redistricting helps him slightly in suburban Richmond.
Previously solid blue district shifted a bit R in redistricting, but Northam did well and Mullin strong.
|75||Roslynn Tyler||Otto Wachsmann||94/-||53/47**||$95.6K||$2K||0||?$2K||Southside District along NC Border. Redistrictind suggests 5.8% R shift.|
|VA Senate||Dist.||D- Candidate *=Incumbent||R-Opponent *=Incumbent||Donate||Video||2015 D/R||Northam/ Gillespie||Dem Cash on Hand 6/30/19||R Cash on Hand 6/30/19||Dem Cash Raised ~June||R Cash Raised ~June||Commentary|
|8||Missy Smasal||Bill DeSteph*||Donate||Video||41/59||50/49||-3||$187.3K||$193.6K||$93.9K||$85.0K||Missy is a veteran with strong roots in Virginia Beach and is a strong challenger||-3.45|
|Worthy||12||Debra Rodman||S. Dunnavant*||Donate||38/58||52/47||-1||$233.7K||$331.9K||$146.8K||$141.2K|
Mostly Henrico District is trending Bluer. Rodman is giving up HoD Seat (73) to vie for this one.
|Bigger Reach||11||Amanda Pohl||Amanda Chase*||Donate||36/64||46/53||$39.9K||$65.2K||$41.3K||$16.4K||Incumbent Chase has been controversial and appears vulnerable.|
|Too Good||10||Ghazala Hashmi||Glen Sturtevant*||47/50||57/42||10||$143.5K||$413.6K||$168.9K||$111.7K||Moderate Sturtevant highly vulnerable in Richmond/Chesterfield+ district|
|13||John Bell||Geary Higgins||48/52||55/44||2||$240.1K||$89.0K||$96.4K||$116.7K|
Loudoun district is now bluish. Dick Black R incumbent is retiring. Bell is strong candidate.
|7||Cheryl Turpin||Jen Kiggans||46/54||54/45||3||$120.3K||$39.7K||$122.3K||$43.3K||HD Turpin is candidate. Should be prime for Dem flip||6.45|
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