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1987 Virginia Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Virginia Senate election, 1987

← 1983 November 3, 1987 1991 →

All 40 seats in the Senate of Virginia
21 seats needed for a majority
Turnout59.1%[1] Increase
  Majority party Minority party
 
Senator Andrews 1988.jpg
Senator Truban 1988.jpg
Leader Hunter Andrews William A. Truban
Party Democratic Republican
Leader since January 9, 1980 January 14, 1976
Leader's seat 1st 27th
Last election 32 8
Seats won 30 10
Seat change Decrease2 Increase2

Majority leader before election

Hunter Andrews
Democratic

Elected Majority leader

Hunter Andrews
Democratic

All 40 seats in the Senate of Virginia were up for election on November 3, 1987, alongside the Virginia House of Delegates election.

Election Results[2]

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates
1 Hunter Andrews Democratic 1963 Re-elected Hunter Andrews (D) 66.32%
Eleanor L. Rice (R) 33.68%
2 Robert C. Scott Democratic 1982 Re-elected Robert C. Scott (D) 57.34
Teddy R. Marks (R) 42.65%
3 William E. Fears Democratic 1967 Re-elected William E. Fears (D) unopposed
4 Elmo G. Cross Jr. Democratic 1975 Re-elected Elmo G. Cross Jr. (D) unopposed
5 Peter K. Babalas Democratic 1967 Retired
Democratic hold
Yvonne B. Miller (D) 52.09%
Julian F. Hirst (I) 33.45%
R. Wayne Nunnally (R) 14.45%
6 Stanley C. Walker Democratic 1971 Re-elected Stanley C. Walker (D) unopposed
7 Clarence A. Holland Democratic 1983 Re-elected Clarence A. Holland (D) 77.23%
Rae H. Le Sesne (I) 22.69%
8 A. Joe Canada Jr. Republican 1971 Lost re-election
Democratic gain
Moody E. Stallings Jr. (D) 48.41%
A. Joe Canada Jr. (R) 46.85%
Louis Miles Pace (I) 4.69%
9 Benjamin Lambert Democratic 1985 Re-elected Benjamin Lambert (D) unopposed
10 Joseph B. Benedetti Republican 1986 Re-elected Joseph B. Benedetti (R) 84.39
Roger L. Coffey (I) 15.56%
11 Robert E. Russell Sr. Republican 1983 Re-elected Robert E. Russell Sr. (R) 55.08%
Joan C. Girone (I) 44.82%
12 William F. Parkerson Jr. Democratic 1963 Loss re-election
Republican gain
Edwina P. Dalton (R) 50.91%
William F. Parkerson Jr. (D) 49.06%
13 Johnny Joannou Democratic 1983 Re-elected Johnny Joannou (D) unopposed
14 William T. Parker Democratic 1979 Loss re-election
Republican gain
Mark Earley (R) 51.39%
William T. Parker (D) 48.60%
15 Richard J. Holland Democratic 1979 Re-elected Richard J. Holland (D) unopposed
16 Elmon T. Gray Democratic 1971 Re-elected Elmon T. Gray (D) unopposed
17 Edd Houck Democratic 1983 Re-elected Edd Houck (D) 54.43%
William J. Vakos Jr. (R) 45.52%
18 Howard P. Anderson Democratic 1971 Re-elected Howard P. Anderson (D) unopposed
19 William Onico Barker Republican 1979 Re-elected William Onico Barker (R) 70.68%
Elosie F. Nenon (D) 29.31%
20 Virgil Goode Democratic 1973 Re-elected Virgil Goode (D) unopposed
21 J. Granger Macfarlane Democratic 1983 Re-elected J. Granger Macfarlane (D) 63.34%
William H. Flanagan (R) 36.65%
22 Dudley J. Emick Democratic 1975 Re-elected Dudley J. Emick (D) 64.86%
Lee B. Eddy (R) 35.13%
23 Elliot S. Schewel Democratic 1975 Re-elected Elliot S. Schewel (D) 77.28%
Jeffery D. Somers (I) 22.71%
24 Frank W. Nolen Democratic 1974 Re-elected Frank W. Nolen (D) 66.90%
Bertram C. Hopeman (R) 33.09%
25 Thomas J. Michie Jr. Democratic 1980 Re-elected Thomas J. Michie Jr. (D) unopposed
26 Kevin G. Miller Republican 1983 Re-elected Kevin G. Miller (R) 58.69%
William C. Chase Jr. (D) 41.30%
27 William A. Truban Republican 1971 Re-elected William A. Truban (R) unopposed
28 John Chichester Republican 1978 Re-elected John Chichester (R) 68.33%
Ann Riley Smith (D) 31.66%
29 Charles Colgan Democratic 1975 Re-elected Charles Colgan (D) unopposed
30 Wiley F. Mitchell Republican 1975 Re-elected Wiley F. Mitchell (R) unopposed
31 Edward M. Holland Democratic 1971 Re-elected Edward M. Holland (D) 59.69%
Joseph V. Vasapoli (R) 40.30%
32 Clive L. DuVal Democratic 1971 Re-elected Clive L. DuVal (D) 53.68%
Bobbie Kilberg (R) 46.30%
33 Charles L. Waddell Democratic 1971 Re-elected Charles L. Waddell (D) unopposed
34 John W. Russell Republican 1983 Loss re-election
Democratic gain
Emilie F. Miller (D) 50.25%
John W. Russell (R) 49.75%
35 Richard L. Saslaw Democratic 1979 Re-elected Richard L. Saslaw (D) unopposed
36 Joseph V. Gartlan Jr. Democratic 1971 Re-elected Joseph V. Gartlan Jr. (D) 58.28%
Ronald C. Smith (R) 41.71%
37 Madison E. Marye Democratic 1973 Re-elected Madison E. Marye (D) unopposed
38 Daniel W. Bird Jr. Democratic 1975 Re-elected Daniel W. Bird Jr. (D) 76.14%
Benjamin S. Barringer (R) 23.85%
39 James P. Jones Democratic 1983 Retired
Republican gain
William C. Wampler Jr. (R) 50.04%
John S. Bundy (D) 49.96%
40 John Chalkley Buchanan Democratic 1971 Re-elected John Chalkley Buchanan (D) unopposed

References

  1. ^ "Registration/Turnout Statistics". Virginia Department of Elections. Retrieved January 2, 2018.
  2. ^ "Election Data for 1987 for Virginia Senate Race(s)". The Virginia Elections and State Elected Officials Database Project, 1776-2007. Virginia State Board of Elections. Retrieved 27 October 2012.
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