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2015 Virginia elections

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The 2015 Virginia elections took place on November 3, 2015. All 40 seats of the Senate of Virginia and 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates were up for re-election, as were many local offices.

Senate of Virginia

District 1District 2District 3District 4District 5District 6District 7District 8District 9District 10District 11District 12District 13District 14District 15District 16District 17District 18District 19District 20District 21District 22District 23District 24District 25District 26District 27District 28District 29District 30District 31District 32District 33District 34District 35District 36District 37District 38District 39District 40District 41District 42

Composition

Affiliation Party
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total
Democratic Republican Vacant
End of Previous Session (2008–2012) 22 18 40 0
Begin 20 20 40 0
July 3, 2012[c 1] 19 39 1
September 17, 2012[c 2] 20 40 0
August 5, 2013[c 3] 19 39 1
August 16, 2013[c 4] 20 40 0
January 11, 2014[c 5] 18 38 2
January 24, 2014[c 6] 19 39 1
January 28, 2014[c 7] 20 20 40 0
June 8, 2014[c 8] 19 20 39 1
July 2, 2014[c 9] 18 38 2
August 19, 2014[c 10] 18 21 39 1
November 4, 2014[c 11] 19 40 0
January 13, 2015[c 12] 19 40 0
Latest voting share 47.5% 52.5%
  1. ^ Democrat Yvonne B. Miller (District 5) died.
  2. ^ Democrat Kenny Alexander replaced Miller after September 4 special election.
  3. ^ Republican Harry Blevins (District 14) resigned. Although in theory Democrats had a brief numerical majority, the Senate was not in session. Additionally, rules adopted at the beginning of the 2012 session required a two-thirds supermajority vote to reorganize the Senate mid-session.
  4. ^ Republican John Cosgrove replaced Blevins after August 6 special election.
  5. ^ Democrats Ralph Northam (District 6) and Mark Herring (District 33) resigned upon being inaugurated Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General, respectively.
  6. ^ Democrat Jennifer Wexton elected to succeed Herring.
  7. ^ Democrat Lynwood Lewis replaced Northam after January 7 special election and January 27 recount. After regaining a numerical majority in the Senate, the Democrats voted to change the Senate's rules and reorganize the chamber, putting the Senate back under Democratic control.
  8. ^ Democrat Phillip Puckett (District 38) resigned. Republicans regained effective control and adopted their own rules change effective June 12.
  9. ^ Democrat Henry L. Marsh (District 16) resigned to take a seat on the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
  10. ^ Republican Ben Chafin elected to succeed Puckett.
  11. ^ Democrat Rosalyn Dance elected to succeed Marsh.
  12. ^ Republicans Jeffrey McWaters (District 8), John Watkins (District 10), Walter Stosch (District 12) & Ralph K. Smith (District 19) & Democrats Charles Colgan (District 29) & Toddy Puller (District 36) Retiring, Replaced respectively by, Republicans Bill DeSteph, Glen Sturtevant, Siobhan Dunnavant & David Suetterlein & Democrats Jeremy McPike & Scott Surovell, No seats changing party.

District 1

Virginia Senate, 1st District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Clifford Miller (incumbent) 17,989 59.3%
Republican Mark Randolph Matney 12,278 40.5%
Write-ins 69 0.2%
Total votes 30,336 100.0
Democratic hold

District 2

Virginia Senate, 2nd District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Mamie Evelyn Locke (incumbent) 17,459 94.1%
Write-ins 1,087 5.9%
Total votes 18,546 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 3

Virginia Senate, 3rd District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Thomas Kent Norment Jr. (incumbent) 35,520 69.5%
Democratic Hugo Eduardo Reyes 15,432 30.2%
Write-ins 147 0.3%
Total votes 51,099 100.0%
Republican hold

District 4

Virginia Senate, 4th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Ryan Todd McDougle (incumbent) 37,882 96.0%
Write-ins 1,573 4%
Total votes 39,455 100.0%
Republican hold

District 5

Virginia Senate, 5th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Kenneth Cooper Alexander (incumbent) 13,955 95.4%
Write-ins 668 4.6%
Total votes 14,623 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 6

Virginia Senate, 6th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Lynwood Wayne Lewis Jr. (incumbent) 16,738 59.5%
Republican Richard Hooper Ottinger 11,386 40.4%
Write-ins 29 0.1%
Total votes 28,153 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 7

Virginia Senate, 7th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Frank W. Wagner (incumbent) 18,266 53.9%
Democratic Gary Thomas McCollum 15,434 45.5%
Write-ins 208 0.6%
Total votes 33,908 100.0%
Republican hold

District 8

Virginia Senate, 8th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Howard David Belote 11,075 40.9%
Republican Bill R. DeSteph Jr. 15,905 58.7%
Write-ins 106 0.4%
Total votes 27,086 100.0%
Republican hold

District 9

Virginia Senate, 9th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  A. Donald McEachin (incumbent) 31,067 95.0%
Write-ins 1,620 5%
Total votes 32,687 100.0
Democratic hold

District 10

Virginia Senate, 10th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daniel Allen Gecker 26,173 47.1%
Republican  Glen Howard Sturtevant Jr. 27,651 49.8%
Independent Greens Marleen K. Durfee 1,136 2.0%
Libertarian Carl Richard Loser 527 1.0%
Write-ins 60 0.1%
Republican hold
Total votes 55,547 100.0%

District 11

Virginia Senate, 11th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ernest Wayne Powell 15,485 36.2%
Republican  Amanda Freeman Chase 27,218 63.6%
Write-ins 111 0.3%
Total votes 42,814 100.0%
Republican hold

District 12

Virginia Senate, 12th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Deborah M. Repp 16,797 38.0%
Republican  Siobhan Stolle Dunnavant 25,504 57.6%
Independent Robert Scott Johnson 1,881 4.3%
Write-ins 65 0.1%
Total votes 44,247 100.0%
Republican hold

District 13

Virginia Senate, 13th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican R. H. Black (incumbent) 25,898 52.3%
Democratic  Barbra Jill McCabe 23,544 47.5%
Write-ins 84 0.2%
Total votes 49,526 100.0
Republican hold

District 14

Virginia Senate, 14th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican J. A. Cosgrove Jr. (incumbent) 15,371 92.4%
Write-ins 1,266 7.6%
Total votes 16,637 100.0
Republican hold

District 15

Virginia Senate, 15th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Frank Miller Ruff Jr. (incumbent) 32,745 98.3%
Write-ins 572 1.7%
Total votes 33,317 100.0%
Republican hold

District 16

Virginia Senate, 16th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Rosalyn Randolph Dance (incumbent) 17,331 72.7%
Independent  Joseph D. Morrissey[1] 6,090 25.5%
Write-ins 428 1.8%
Total votes 23,849 100.0
Democratic hold

District 17

Virginia Senate, 17th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Bryce E. Reeves (incumbent) 24,519 62.1%
Democratic Ned Lee Gallaway 14,915 37.8%
Write-ins 53 0.1%
Total votes 39,487 100.0%
Republican hold

District 18

Virginia Senate, 18th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Lillie Louise Boone Lucas (incumbent) 20,321 95.6%
Write-ins 942 4.4%
Total votes 21,263 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 19

Virginia Senate, 19th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael Lawrence Hamlar 15,738 30.8%
Republican  David Robert Suetterlein 33,120 64.9%
Independent Steven Lee Nelson 2,134 4.2%
Write-ins 71 0.1%
Total votes 51,063 100.0%
Republican hold

District 20

Virginia Senate, 20th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican William Martin Stanley Jr. (incumbent) 22,701 57.9%
Democratic Kimberly Elliott Adkins 16,455 42.0%
Write-ins 67 0.2%
Total votes 39,223 100.0%
Republican hold

District 21

Virginia Senate, 21st District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Saul Edwards (incumbent) 20,881 50.9%
Republican Nancy Vivian Dye 17,438 42.5%
Independent Donald Stevens Caldwell 2,626 6.4%
Write-ins 42 0.1%
Total votes 40,987 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 22

Virginia Senate, 22nd District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Thomas A. Garrett Jr. (incumbent) 24,913 95.3%
Write-ins 1,219 4.7%
Total votes 26,132 100.0%
Republican hold

District 23

Virginia Senate, 23rd District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Stephen Dwayne Newman (incumbent) 27,309 96.7%
Write-ins 923 3.3%
Total votes 28,232 100.0%
Republican hold

District 24

Virginia Senate, 24th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Emmett Wilson Hanger Jr. (incumbent) 34,980 97.9%
Write-ins 765 2.1%
Total votes 35,745 100.0%
Republican hold

District 25

Virginia Senate, 25th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Robert Creigh Deeds (incumbent) 34,419 97.2%
Write-ins 984 2.8%
Total votes 35,403 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 26

Virginia Senate, 26th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Mark Dudley Obenshain (incumbent) 25,042 68.7%
Democratic April Dorothea Moore 11,308 31.0%
Write-ins 89 0.2%
Total votes 36,439 100.0
Republican hold

District 27

Virginia Senate, 27th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Jill Holtzman Vogel (incumbent) 34,203 97.3%
Write-ins 964 2.7%
Total votes 35,167 100.0%
Republican hold

District 28

Virginia Senate, 28th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Richard Henry Stuart Sr. (incumbent) 30,187 95.4%
Write-ins 1,446 4.6%
Total votes 31,633 100.0%
Republican hold

District 29

Virginia Senate, 29th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Jeremy Scott McPike 16,489 53.7%
Republican Harry "Hal" Jacob Parrish, II 14,131 46.1%
Write-ins 60 0.2%
Total votes 30,680 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 30

Virginia Senate, 30th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Adam Paul Ebbin (incumbent) 27,274 76.7%
Independent Greens James Ronald Fisher 7,431 20.9%
Write-ins 842 2.4%
Total votes 35,547 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 31

Virginia Senate, 31st District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Barbara Ann Favola (incumbent) 26,373 62.3%
Republican George Forakis 15,904 37.5%
Write-ins 81 0.2%
Total votes 42,358 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 32

Virginia Senate, 32nd District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Janet Denison Howell (incumbent) 31,156 94.0%
Write-ins 1,974 6%
Total votes 33,130 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 33

Virginia Senate, 33rd District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Jennifer Tosini Wexton (incumbent) 18,577 56.6%
Republican Stephen Bartholomew Hollingshead 14,190 43.2%
Write-ins 59 0.2%
Total votes 32,826 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 34

Virginia Senate, 34th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  John Chapman "Chap" Petersen (incumbent) 27,690 93.6%
Write-ins 1,881 6.4%
Total votes 29,571 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 35

Virginia Senate, 35th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Richard Lawrence Saslaw (incumbent) 18,754 74.4%
Independent Greens Terrence Wayne Modglin 6,055 24%
Write-ins 383 1.5%
Total votes 25,192 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 36

Virginia Senate, 36th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  Scott A. Surovell 18,320 60.5%
Republican Gerald Moodrow Foreman, II 11,890 39.3%
Write-ins 62 0.2%
Total votes 30,272 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 37

See also: Virginia Senate, District 37

Virginia Senate, 37th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic  David William Marsden (incumbent) 18,966 55.4%
Republican David Michael Bergman 15,216 44.5%
Write-ins 38 0.1%
Total votes 34,220 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 38

Virginia Senate, 38th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican  Augustus Benton Chafin Jr. (incumbent) 31,025 98.3%
Write-ins 537 1.7%
Total votes 31,562 100.0%
Republican hold

District 39

Virginia Senate, 39th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic George L. Barker (incumbent) 20,083 53.9%
Republican Joseph "Joe" Robert Murray 17,101 45.9%
Write-ins 85 0.2%
Total votes 37,269 100.0%
Democratic hold

District 40

Virginia Senate, 40th District general election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican C. W. "Bill" Carrico (incumbent) 36,838 98.4%
Write-ins 595 1.6%
Total votes 37,433 100.0%
Republican hold


State Senate election overall[2]

Virginia Senate General Election, 2015
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican 30 candidates (21 elected) 716,331 52.57% +0
Democratic 30 candidates (19 elected) 596,198 43.75% +0
Independent Greens 3 candidates 14,622 1.07% +0
 Independents 4 candidates 12,731 0.93% +0
Libertarian 1 - Carl Richard Loser 527 0.04% +0
Write-ins 22,255 1.63% N/A
Total votes 1,362,664 100.0%
Republican hold Swing 0

House of Delegates

All 100 seats of the Virginia House of Delegates were up for election. Democrats gained one seat.

References

  1. ^ Joseph Morrissey withdrew from the race on September 10, 2015, however he remained on the ballot.
  2. ^ http://historical.elections.virginia.gov/elections/search/year_from:2015/year_to:2016
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