REALTOR® Champions

Congratulations to our 2015 General Election REALTOR® Champion winners!

The Virginia Association of REALTORS® through its REALTOR® Political Action Committee of Virginia (RPAC) endorses and supports candidates for office based on their policy and support of real estate issues.

We consider our endorsed candidates REALTOR® Champions.  These candidates work to promote homeownership and protect private property rights.

Below, we showcase our 2015 REALTOR® Champion winners and candidate advocacy programs.

General Election Campaign Services by the Numbers

 

Virginia State Senate 

  • District 1 – John Miller (D)
  • District 2 – Mamie Locke (D)
  • District 3 – Tommy Norment (R)
  • District 4 – Ryan McDougle (R)
  • District 5 – Kenneth Alexander (D)
  • District 6 – Lynwood Lewis (D)
  • District 7 – Frank Wagner (R)
  • District 8 – Bill DeSteph (R)
  • District 9 – Don McEachin (D)
  • District 11 – Amanda Chase (R)
  • District 12 – Siobhan Dunnavant (R)
  • District 13 – Dick Black (R)
  • District 14 – John Cosgrove (R)
  • District 15 – Frank Ruff (R)
  • District 16 – Rosalyn Dance (D)
  • District 17 – Bryce Reeves (R)
  • District 18 – Louise Lucas (D)
  • District 20 – Bill Stanley (R)
  • District 21 – John Edwards (D)
  • District 22 – Tom Garrett (R)
  • District 23 – Steve Newman (R)
  • District 24 – Emmett Hanger (R)
  • District 25 – Creigh Deeds (D)
  • District 26 – Mark Obenshain (R)
  • District 27 – Jill Holtzman Vogel (R)
  • District 28 – Richard Stuart (R)
  • District 30 – Adam Ebbin (D)
  • District 31- Barbara Favola (D)
  • District 32 – Janet Howell (D)
  • District 33 – Jennifer Wexton (D)
  • District 34 – Chap Petersen (D)
  • District 35 – Dick Saslaw (D)
  • District 36 – Scott Surovell (D)
  • District 37 – Dave Marsden (D)
  • District 38 – Ben Chafin (R)
  • District 39 – George Barker (D)
  • District 40 – Bill Carrico (R)

 

Virginia House of Delegates 

  • District 1- Terry Kilgore (R)
  • District 2 – Mark Dudenhefer (R)
  • District 3 – Will Morefield (R)
  • District 4 – Todd Pillion (R)
  • District 5 – Israel O’Quinn (R)
  • District 6 – Jeff Campbell (R)
  • District 7 – Nick Rush (R)
  • District 8 – Greg Habeeb (R)
  • District 9 – Charles Poindexter (R)
  • District 10 – Randy Minchew (R)
  • District 11 – Sam Rasoul (D)
  • District 12 – Joseph Yost (R)
  • District 14 – Danny Marshall (R)
  • District 15 – Todd Gilbert (R)
  • District 16 – Les Adams (R)
  • District 17 – Chris Head (R)
  • District 18 – Michael Webert (R)
  • District 19 – Terry Austin (R)
  • District 20 – Dickie Bell (R)
  • District 21 – Ron Villanueva (R)
  • District 22 – Kathy Byron (R)
  • District 23 – Scott Garrett (R)
  • District 24 – Ben Cline (R)
  • District 25 – Steve Landes (R)
  • District 26 – Tony Wilt (R)
  • District 27 – Roxann Robinson (R)
  • District 28 – Bill Howell (R)
  • District 29 – Chris Collins (R)
  • District 31 – Scott Lingamfelter (R)
  • District 32 – Tag Greason (R)
  • District 33 – Dave LaRock (R)
  • District 34 – Kathleen Murphy (D)
  • District 35 – Mark Keam (D)
  • District 36 – Ken Plum (D)
  • District 37 – David Bulova (D)
  • District 38 – Kaye Kory (D)
  • District 39 – Vivian Watts (D)
  • District 40 – Tim Hugo (R)
  • District 41 – Eileen Filler-Corn (D)
  • District 42 – Dave Albo (R)
  • District 43 – Mark Sickles (D)
  • District 44 – Paul Krizek (D)
  • District 45 – Mark Levine (D)
  • District 46 – Charniele Herring (D)
  • District 47 – Patrick Hope (D)
  • District 48 – Rip Sullivan (D)
  • District 49 – Alfonso Lopez (D)
  • District 50 – Jackson Miller (R)
  • District 51 – Rich Anderson (R)
  • District 52 – Luke Torian (D)
  • District 53 – Marcus Simon (D)
  • District 54 – Bobby Orrock (R)
  • District 55 – Buddy Fowler (R)
  • District 56 – Peter Farrell (R)
  • District 57 – David Toscano (D)
  • District 58 – Rob Bell (R)
  • District 59 – Matt Fariss (R)
  • District 60 – James Edmunds (R)
  • District 61 – Tommy Wright (R)
  • District 62 – Riley Ingram (R)
  • District 63 – Lashrecse Aird (D)
  • District 64 – Rick Morris (R)
  • District 65 – Lee Ware (R)
  • District 66 – Kirk Cox (R)
  • District 67 – Jim LeMunyon (R)
  • District 68 – Manoli Loupassi (R)
  • District 69 – Betsy Carr (D)
  • District 70 – Delores McQuinn (D)
  • District 71 – Jennifer McClellan (D)
  • District 72 – Jimmie Massie (R)
  • District 73 – John O’Bannon (R)
  • District 74 – Lamont Bagby (D)
  • District 75 – Roslyn Tyler (D)
  • District 76 – Chris Jones (R)
  • District 77 – Lionell Spruill, Sr. (D)
  • District 78 – Jay Leftwich (R)
  • District 79 – Steve Heretick (D)
  • District 80 – Matthew James (D)
  • District 81 – Barry Knight (R)
  • District 82 – Jason Miyares (R)
  • District 83 – Chris Stolle (R)
  • District 84 – Glenn Davis (R)
  • District 85 – Scott Taylor (R)
  • District 87 – John Bell (D)
  • District 88 – Mark Cole (R)
  • District 89 – Daun Hester (D)
  • District 90 – Joe Lindsey (D)
  • District 91 – Gordon Helsel (R)
  • District 92 – Jeion Ward (D)
  • District 93 – Monty Mason (D)
  • District 94 – David Yancey (R)
  • District 95 – Maria Price (D)
  • District 96 – Brenda Pogge (R)
  • District 97 – Chris Peace (R)
  • District 98 – Keith Hodges (R)
  • District 99 – Margaret Ransone (R)
  • District 100 – Rob Bloxom (R)

 

Congrats to our successful REALTOR® Champions in the June 9th Primaries

Virginia Senate 

SD 14 – John Cosgrove (R)Endorsement Release

SD 16 – Rosalyn Dance (D)Endorsement ReleaseDance Mail 1Dance_Mail 2

SD 24 – Emmett Hanger (R)Endorsement ReleaseHanger Mail 1

Virginia House of Delegates 

HD 17 – Chris Head (R)Endorsement Release

HD 28 – Speaker Bill Howell (R):  Endorsement Release:

HD 63 – Lashrecse Aird (D)Endorsement Release

HD 69 – Betsy Carr (D)

 

Primary Elections Campaign Services by the Numbers

 

Voter Resources

The Virginia Department of Elections provides a Voter Information Website for voters to find out information on voting locations, registration forms, absentee ballot applications, candidate lists, and much more.

The Virginia Public Access Project is a non-partisan organization that compiles public information such as campaign finance reports, election returns, conflicts disclosures and lobbyist registrations. VPAP breaks down the silos of government data and weaves in other information such as newspaper articles for the benefit of voters.