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2019 Virginia Senate election

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Virginia Senate election, 2019

← 2015 November 5, 2019 2023 →

All 40 seats in the Senate of Virginia
21 seats needed for a majority

Majority leader before election

Tommy Norment

Elected Majority leader


The Virginia Senate election, 2019 will be held on November 5, 2019. All 40 seats in the Senate of Virginia are up for election.

Districts 7, 10, 12, and 13 are Republican-held districts carried by Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.

Races to Watch

Elections by district

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
1 Monty Mason Democratic 2016 Monty Mason (D)
2 Mamie Locke Democratic 2003 Mamie Locke (D)
3 Tommy Norment Republican 1991 Herb Jones (D)
Tommy Norment (R)
4 Ryan McDougle 2006 Stan Scott (D)
Ryan McDougle (R)
5 Lionell Spruill Democratic 2016 Lionell Spruill (D)
Jeff Staples (I)
6 Lynwood Lewis 2014 Elizabeth Lankford (R)
Lynwood Lewis (D)
7 Frank Wagner Republican 2001 Incumbent retiring[1] Jen Kiggans (R)
Cheryl Turpin (D)
8 William DeSteph 2015 Missy Cotter Smasal (D)
Bill DeSteph (R)
9 Jennifer McClellan Democratic 2017 Jennifer McClellan (D)
Mark Lewis (L)
10 Glen Sturtevant Republican 2015 Ghazala Hashmi (D)
Glen Sturtevant (R)
11 Amanda Chase 2015 Amanda Chase (R)
Amanda Pohl (D)
12 Siobhan Dunnavant 2015 Siobhan Dunnavant (R)
Debra Rodman (D)
13 Dick Black 2011 Incumbent retiring[2] John Bell (D)
Geary Higgins (R)
14 John Cosgrove 2013 John Cosgrove (R)
Rebecca E Raveson (D)
15 Frank Ruff 2000 Frank Ruff (R)
Virginia Smith (D)
16 Rosalyn Dance Democratic 2014 Incumbent lost renomination Joe Morrissey (D)
Waylin Ross (I)
17 Bryce Reeves Republican 2011 Bryce Reeves (R)
Amy Laufer (D)
18 Louise Lucas Democratic 1991 Louise Lucas (D)
19 David Suetterlein Republican 2015 Flo Ketner (D)
Dave Suetterlein (R)
20 Bill Stanley 2011 Bill Stanley (R)
Sherman Witcher (I)
21 John S. Edwards Democrat 1995 John Edwards (D)
Steven L Nelson (I)
22 Mark Peake Republican 2017 Dakota Claytor (D)
Mark Peake (R)
23 Steve Newman 1995 Steve Newman (R)
24 Emmett Hanger 1995 Annette Hyde (D)
Emmett Hanger (R)
25 Creigh Deeds Democratic 2001 Creigh Deeds (D)
Elliott Harding (I)
26 Mark Obenshain Republican 2003 Mark Obenshain (R)
April Moore (D)
27 Jill Holtzman Vogel 2007 Ronnie Ross (D)
Jill Holtzman Vogel (R)
28 Richard Stuart 2007 Qasim Rashid (D)
Richard Stuart (R)
29 Jeremy McPike Democratic 2015 Jeremy McPike (D)
30 Adam Ebbin 2011 Adam Ebbin (D)
31 Barbara Favola 2011 Barbara Favola (D)
32 Janet Howell 1991 Janet Howell (D)
Arthur Purves (R)
33 Jennifer Boysko 2019 Jennifer Boysko (D)
Suzanne Fox (R)
34 Chap Petersen 2007 Chap Petersen (D)
35 Richard L. Saslaw 1980 Richard L. Saslaw (D)
36 Scott Surovell 2015 Scott Surovell (D)
37 Dave Marsden 2010 Dave Marsden (D)
38 Ben Chafin Republican 2014 Ben Chafin (R)
George McCall (I)
39 George Barker Democratic 2007 George Barker (D)
Samuel Hillenburg (R)
40 Charles William Carrico, Sr. Republican 2011 Incumbent retiring[3] Ken Heath (I)
Todd Pillion (R)

Source: [4]


Poll source Date(s)
of error
Republican Democrat Other Undecided
Roanoke College August 1–5, 2019 519 ± 4.3% 31% 36% 33%

See also


  1. ^ "Virginia Beach state senator Frank Wagner will retire, and Democrats have eyes on the seat". / Retrieved 2019-03-07.
  2. ^ Martin, Jeanine (December 9, 2017). "BREAKING–Senator Dick Black retiring (UPDATED)". The Bull Elephant. Retrieved January 2, 2019.
  3. ^ "Sen. Bill Carrico to retire from state Senate; 2 seek GOP nomination to replace him". Retrieved 2019-03-07.
  4. ^ "Elections: State Senate". Retrieved 2019-02-28.
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