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Virginia's 7th Senate district

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Virginia's 7th
State Senate District
Virginia Senate District 7 (2011).png
Current senatorVacant
Demographics60% White
21% Black
8% Hispanic
7% Asian
4% Other
Population (2017)206,312[1]
Registered voters138,527[2]

Virginia's 7th Senate district is one of 40 districts in the Senate of Virginia. It will be represented by Republican Jen Kiggans starting in 2020, following longtime Republican Senator Frank Wagner's May 2019 resignation.[3]

Geography

District 7 is located in the Hampton Roads metropolitan area in southeastern Virginia, including much of Virginia Beach and a small part of Norfolk.[4]

The district is located entirely within U.S. congressional district 2.[5]

Recent election results

2019

2019 Virginia Senate election, District 7[6]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Cheryl Turpin 3,267 58.8
Democratic Susan Bates Hippen 1,530 27.5
Democratic Kim Howard 760 13.7
Total votes 5,557 100
Republican Jen Kiggans 4,044 51.6
Republican Carolyn Weems 3,788 48.4
Total votes 7,832 100
General election
Republican Jen Kiggans 27,541 51.1
Democratic Cheryl Turpin 26,327 48.8
Total votes 53,936 100
Republican hold

2015

2015 Virginia Senate election, District 7[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Frank Wagner (incumbent) 18,266 53.9
Democratic Gary McCollum 15,434 45.5
Total votes 33,908 100
Republican hold

2011

2011 Virginia Senate election, District 7[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Frank Wagner (incumbent) 17,303 96.8
Total votes 17,869 100
Republican hold

Federal and statewide results in District 7

Year Office Results[8]
2017 Governor Northam 53.5–45.3%
2016 President Clinton 47.1–46.9%
2014 Senate Gillespie 49.9–47.4%
2013 Governor Cuccinelli 47.1–46.4%
2012 President Obama 49.5–49.1%
Senate Kaine 51.7–48.3%

Historical results

All election results below took place prior to 2011 redistricting, and thus were under different district lines.

2007

2007 Virginia Senate election, District 7[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Frank Wagner (incumbent) 15,426 96.8
Total votes 15,943 100
Republican hold

2003

2003 Virginia Senate election, District 7[7]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Frank Wagner (incumbent) 12,694 59.0
Democratic Clancy A. Holland 8,737 40.6
Total votes 21,507 100
Republican hold

2000 special

2000 Virginia Senate special election, District 7[7]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Frank Wagner 11,041 68.8
Democratic Louisa Strayhorn 4,998 31.1
Total votes 16,058 100
Republican hold

1999

1999 Virginia Senate election, District 7[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ed Schrock (incumbent) 24,127 97.7
Total votes 24,694 100
Republican hold

1995

1995 Virginia Senate election, District 7[7]
Primary election
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ed Schrock 1,963 58.6
Republican Walter Erb 1,386 41.4
Total votes 3,349 100
General election
Republican Ed Schrock 16,147 55.8
Democratic Clancy A. Holland (incumbent) 12,773 49.5
Total votes 28,928 100
Republican gain from Democratic

District officeholders since 1940

Years Senator, District 6 Counties/Cities in District
1940–1942 H. B. Moseley (D) Brunswick County and Mecklenburg County
1942–1944 Y. Melvin Hodges (D)
1944–1948
1948–1952 Albertis S. Harrison, Jr. (D)
1952–1956
1956–1958 Brunswick County, Lunenburg County, and Mecklenburg County
1958–1960 Joseph C. Hutcheson (D)
1960–1962
1962–1966
1966–1972 Brunswick County, Dinwiddie County, Mecklenburg County, and the City of Petersburg
1972–1976 Stanley C. Walker (D)
Peter K. Babalas (D)
Thomas McNamara (D)
City of Norfolk, City of Virginia Beach (part)[9]
1976–1980 Stanley C. Walker (D)
Peter K. Babalas (D)
Joseph T. Fitzpatrick (D)
1980–1984 Clancy A. Holland (D) City of Virginia Beach (part)
1984–1988
1988–1992
1992–1996
1996–2000 Ed Schrock (R)
2000–2001
2001–2004 Frank Wagner (R)
2004–2008
2008–2012
2012–2016 City of Norfolk (part), City of Virginia Beach (part)
2016–present

References

  1. ^ "State Senate District 7, VA". Census Reporter. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Registrant Counts by District Type" (PDF). Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Elections. June 2019.
  3. ^ Marie Albiges (7 March 2019). "Virginia Beach state senator Frank Wagner will retire, and Democrats have eyes on the seat". Daily Press. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  4. ^ "District 7 Description". Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  5. ^ David Jarman. "How do counties, House districts, and legislative districts all overlap?". Daily Kos. Retrieved 31 August 2019.
  6. ^ "Virginia State Senate District 7". Ballotpedia. Retrieved 10 November 2019.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g "Elections Database". Virginia Board of Elections. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  8. ^ "Daily Kos Elections Statewide Results by LD". Daily Kos. Retrieved 9 August 2019.
  9. ^ Consolidated with Districts 5 and 6 to form a multi-member district
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