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2019 31st St Priority Donation Support
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VA House of Delegates Dist.D- Candidate *=IncumbentR-Opponent *=IncumbentDonateVideo2017 D/R **Old DistrictNortham/ Gillespie **Old DistrictNortham/ Gillespie New DistrictEvery District LDIDem Cash on Hand 6/30/19R Cash on Hand 6/30/19Dem Cash Raised ~JuneR Cash Raised ~JuneCommentaryLuria Margin 2018
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66Sheila Bynum-ColemanKirk Cox*Donate36/63**39/60**52/477$123.6K$448.4K$79.4K$76.3KCox 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
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84Karen MallardGlen Davis*Donate48/5252/461$87.8K$127.8K$46.6K$115.4KVirginia Beach area where Kane did well
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76Clint JenkinsChris Jones*Donate-/9450/49**60/3915$55.7K$651.1K$49.5K$56.2KRedistricting suggests 27.4% Dem shift in Suffolk/Chesapeake district.1.12
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100Phil HernandezRob Bloxom*Donate48/5253/465$151.4K$25.5K$92.3K$0.4KHernandez is energetic new candidate. Bloxom is popular on Eastern Shore which is most voters
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Worthy10Wendy Gooditis*Randy MinchewDonateVideo52/4854/454$182.4K$260.20$62.7K$58.3K
Wendy is a very strong candidate, but former incumbent Minchew is running again. Western NOVA
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28Josh ColeMildeDonate2017 Video50/5051/48-1$158.1K$7.0K$88.7K$82.9KJosh 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.
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83Nancy GuyChris Stolle*Donate43/57**50/48**55/446$112.0K$93.3K$46.2K$27.2KRedistricting suggests 12.4% Dem shift - VA Beach, Norfolk
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27Larry Barnett
Roxann Robinson*
Donate2017 Video50/5051/48-2$170.1K$165.5K$70.2K$38.0KLarry only lost in 2017 by 128 votes, and is now experienced and well prepared in this increasingly blue suburban Richmond district.
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73Rodney WillettMary KastlebergDonateVideo51/4853/457$151.3K$64.8K$86.9K$34.9KIncumbent Rodman running for Senate. Richmond suburb area somewhat bluish
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51Hala Ayala*Rich AndersonDonate53/4755/446$141.5K$131.1K$55.2K$23.3KHala beat Anderson fairly strongly in 2017 in Prince William district, but he is mobilized for rematch
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21Kelly Fowler*Shannon KaneDonateVideo52/4756/429$81.8K$55.2K$43.4K$12.3KThis VA Beach district remains competitive. Kane was VA Beach Council member.
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85Alex AskewRocky HolcombDonate51/49**53/45**55/441$122.4K$34.2K$82.1K$22.3K
Incumbent Turpin running for Senate. Redistricting suggests 2.7% Dem shift, VA Beach district.
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62Lindsey DoughertyCarrie CoynerDonate48/52**48/51**49/?-6$11.8K$134.7K$8.0K$12.2KOpen seat with Ingram retiring. Redistricting suggests 2.3% Dem Shift.
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Possible Later 81Len MeyersBarry Knight*Donate41/59**44/55**52/47-1$15.8K$312.2K$8.8K$31.0KRedistricting suggests 16.1% Dem shift VA Beach/Chesapeake district, thus potentially competiive
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Probably Too Good40Dan HelmerTim Hugo*50/5055/444$285.9K$403.3K$100.5K$69.7KDem 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.
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94Shelly SimondsDavid Yancey*50/50**55/44**60/3918$212.1K$286.1K$92.0K$49.9KShelly tied Yancey in 2017. Redistricting suggests 13.6%Dem shift.
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91Martha MuglerColleen HolcombDonate44/56**47/51**54/458$21.5K$10.7K$20.7K$7.6KOpen-Very Flippable Seat. Redistricting suggest 19.8% Dem shift. - Hampton Rds Area
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68Dawn Adams* Garrison Coward50/49.556/438$173.9K$27.6K$31.2K$27.3KDawn narrowly won this suburban Richmond district, relatively well funded.
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72VanValkenberg*Vandergriff53/47**54/44$140.8K$59.8K$45.4K$24.7K
VanValkenberg won fairly handily in 2017. Redistricting helps him slightly in suburban Richmond.
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93Mike Mullin
Heather Cordasco
60/39.9**55/43$48.0K$3.7K$26.5K$3.8K
Previously solid blue district shifted a bit R in redistricting, but Northam did well and Mullin strong.
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75Roslynn TylerOtto Wachsmann94/-53/47**$95.6K$2K0?$2KSouthside District along NC Border. Redistrictind suggests 5.8% R shift.
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VA SenateDist.D- Candidate *=IncumbentR-Opponent *=IncumbentDonateVideo2015 D/RNortham/ Gillespie Dem Cash on Hand 6/30/19R Cash on Hand 6/30/19Dem Cash Raised ~JuneR Cash Raised ~JuneCommentary
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8Missy SmasalBill DeSteph*DonateVideo41/5950/49-3$187.3K$193.6K$93.9K$85.0KMissy is a veteran with strong roots in Virginia Beach and is a strong challenger-3.45
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Worthy12Debra RodmanS. Dunnavant*Donate38/5852/47-1$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.
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Bigger Reach11Amanda PohlAmanda Chase*Donate36/6446/53$39.9K$65.2K$41.3K$16.4KIncumbent Chase has been controversial and appears vulnerable.
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Too Good10Ghazala HashmiGlen Sturtevant*47/5057/4210$143.5K$413.6K $168.9K$111.7KModerate Sturtevant highly vulnerable in Richmond/Chesterfield+ district
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13John BellGeary Higgins48/5255/442$240.1K$89.0K$96.4K$116.7K
Loudoun district is now bluish. Dick Black R incumbent is retiring. Bell is strong candidate.
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7Cheryl TurpinJen Kiggans46/5454/453$120.3K$39.7K $122.3K$43.3KHD Turpin is candidate. Should be prime for Dem flip6.45
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NC Groundwork Orgs.Org.Tax StatusPurpose--NC is notorious for voter suppression. A crucial state for statewide and national impact in 2020, including the US Senate seat. Legislature will be pivotal in US House redistricting of currently highly germandered districts after 2020 Census. Dems made major inroads in the legislature in 2018 and are poised for more.
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You Can VoteTax Deductible! - 501c3Train/ mobilize volunteers to educate, register, empower voting.DonateQuite possibly the best on-the-ground non-partisan voting promotion group in NC. Activities in schools, prisons. hospitals, DVM, festivals etc. Emphasize young people and people of color. Emphasize good training and quality of activities. Volunteers supported by "captains". Actively growing. Have good quantitative data on accomplishments.
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Probable LaterAmerica Votes/NCc4Promotes progressives and voter turnoutNC Dem orgs are really well organized. Convenes a "Table" with large number of other blue organizations for coordinated action. Highly successful in 2018. Strategy to prioritize exurban and selected rural districts for impact in 2020.
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