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2011 Virginia House of Delegates election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Virginia House of Delegates election, 2011

← 2009 November 8, 2011 2013 →

All 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates
51 seats needed for a majority
Turnout28.6%[1] Decrease
  Majority party Minority party
 
Bill Howell, Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates (Republican).png
Ward Armstrong podium.jpg
Leader Bill Howell Ward Armstrong
Party Republican Democratic
Leader since January 8, 2003 February 24, 2007
Leader's seat 28th 9th
(lost re-election)
Last election 59 39
Seats won 67 32
Seat change Increase 8 Decrease 7

Virginia House of Delegates election results map 2011.png
Results of the November 2013 elections
     Democratic gain      Republican gain      Independent gain
     Democratic hold      Republican hold      Independent hold

Speaker before election

Bill Howell
Republican

Elected Speaker

Bill Howell
Republican

The Virginia House of Delegates election of 2011 was held on Tuesday, November 8.

Results

By House of Delegates district

Party abbreviations: D - Democratic Party, R - Republican Party, L - Libertarian Party, IG - Independent Green Party, I - Independent.

District Incumbent Party Elected Status 2011 Result
2nd Bud Phillips Democratic 1989 Retired (District eliminated);
Republican pickup
Mark Dudenhefer (R) 56.0%
Esteban Garces (D) 43.8%
3rd Will Morefield Republican 2009 Reelected Will Morefield (R) 59.7%
Vern Presley (D) 40.3%
5th Bill Carrico Republican 2001 Elected to State Senate;
Republican hold
Israel O'Quinn (R) 69.3%
Michael Osborne (I) 30.4%
9th Charles Poindexter Republican 2007 Reelected Charles Poindexter (R) 52.7%
Ward Armstrong (D) 47.2%
10th Ward Armstrong Democratic 1991 Ran in 9th District (District
eliminated); Republican pickup
Randy Minchew (R) 58.4%
David Butler (D) 41.6%
12th Jim Shuler Democratic 1993 Retired; Republican pickup Joseph Yost (R) 51.6%
Don Langrehr (D) 48.3%
13th Bob Marshall Republican 1991 Reelected Bob Marshall (R) 59.6%
Carl Genthner (D) 40.3%
17th Bill Cleaveland Republican 2009 Retired; Republican hold Chris Head (R) 65.5%
Freeda Cathcart (D) 34.3%
18th Clay Athey Republican 2001 Retired; Republican hold Michael Webert (R) 69.4%
Bob Zwick (D) 30.4%
19th Lacey E. Putney Independent 1961 Reelected Lacey E. Putney (I) 41.6%
Jerry Johnson (R) 31.7%
Lewis Medlin (D) 26.6%
20th Dickie Bell Republican 2009 Reelected Dickie Bell (R) 71.1%
Laura Kleiner (D) 28.8%
21st Ron Villanueva Republican 2009 Reelected Ron Villanueva (R) 57.3%
Adrianne Bennett (D) 42.5%
31st Scott Lingamfelter Republican 2001 Reelected Scott Lingamfelter (R) 58.6%
Roy Coffey (D) 41.2%
34th Barbara Comstock Republican 2009 Reelected Barbara Comstock (R) 54.8%
Pam Danner (D) 45.1%
36th Kenneth R. Plum Democratic 1981 Reelected Kenneth R. Plum (D) 64.1%
Mac Cannon (R) 35.9%
37th David Bulova Democratic 2005 Reelected David Bulova (D) 58.3%
Brian Schoeneman (R) 41.7%
38th Kaye Kory Democratic 2009 Reelected Kaye Kory (D) 77.1%
James Leslie (IG) 22.8%
39th Vivian E. Watts Democratic 1995 Reelected Vivian E. Watts (D) 76.5%
Dimitri Kolazas (I) 23.1%
40th Tim Hugo Republican 2002 Reelected Tim Hugo (R) 74.1%
Dianne Blais (I) 25.7%
41st Eileen Filler-Corn Democratic 2010 Reelected Eileen Filler-Corn (D) 68.3%
Michael Kane (L) 31.5%
42nd Dave Albo Republican 1993 Reelected Dave Albo (R) 62.1%
Jack Dobbyn (D) 37.8%
44th Scott Surovell Democratic 2009 Reelected Scott Surovell (D) 59.4%
John Barsa (R) 39.1%
Joseph Glean (I) 1.5%
48th Bob Brink Democratic 1997 Reelected Bob Brink (D) 68.4%
Kathleen Mallard (I) 24.3%
Janet Murphy (IG) 6.9%
52nd Luke Torian Democratic 2009 Reelected Luke Torian (D) 60.6%
Cleveland Anderson (R) 39.1%
54th Bobby Orrock Republican 1989 Reelected Bobby Orrock (R) 73.2%
Matthew David Simpson (I) 25.0%
57th David Toscano Democratic 2005 Reelected David Toscano (D) 80.4%
Robert Smith (I) 19.1%
59th Watkins Abbitt, Jr. Independent 1985 Retired; Republican pickup Matt Fariss (R) 53.0%
Connie Brennan (D) 41.2%
Linda Wall (I) 5.6%
64th Bill Barlow Democratic 1991 Defeated Richard Morris (R) 55.2%
Bill Barlow (D) 44.6%
67th James LeMunyon Republican 2009 Reelected James LeMunyon (R) 59.2%
Eric Clingan (D) 40.7%
74th Joe Morrissey Democratic 2007 Reelected Joe Morrissey (D) 72.9%
Dwayne Whitehead (I) 26.8%
75th Roslyn Tyler Democratic 2005 Reelected Roslyn Tyler (D) 65.9%
Al Peschke (R) 33.8%
87th Paula Miller Democratic 2004 Retired (District eliminated);
Republican pickup
David Ramadan (R) 49.9%
Mike Kondratick (D) 49.5%
93rd Robin Abbott Democratic 2009 Defeated Michael Watson (R) 51.7%
Robin Abbott (D) 48.1%
94th vacant David Yancey (R) 59.9%
Gary West (D) 39.9%
95th Mamye BaCote Democratic 2003 Reelected Mamye BaCote (D) 76.7%
Glenn McGuire (L) 22.7%
98th Harvey Morgan Republican 1979 Retired; Republican hold Keith Hodges (R) 78.3%
Andrew Shoukas (D) 21.4%
99th Albert C. Pollard Democratic 2008 Retired; Republican pickup Margaret Ransone (R) 69.1%
Nicholas Smith (D) 30.7%

Seats that changed hands

Democratic to Republican (7)
Independent to Republican (1)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Registration/Turnout Statistics". Virginia Department of Elections. Retrieved January 26, 2018.
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