2009 Candidates Category Archive

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VA Republicans Ready to Build House Majority

VA House GOP2009 Candidates, Featured

With the largest number of candidates for Delegate in many years Virginia Republicans are set to build on our majority in the House of Delegates. See all of our candidates for the House of Delegates here. Our friends at Bearing Drift have been doing an excellent job keeping track of all the advances Republican candidates have been making.  They are … Read More

Republican Candidates for the House of Delegates

VA House GOP2009 Candidates, Featured

The Republican Caucus has fielded candidates in 63 contested races across the Commonwealth. Republicans have 84 candidates in total on the ballot this year.  That includes incumbents in uncontested races, incumbents in contested races, open seats and Republican candidates challenging Democrat incumbents. District Republican Candidate 3 Will Morefield 6 Anne B. Crockett-Stark 7 David A. Nutter 8 H. Morgan Griffith … Read More

Examiner.com profiles Ernesto Sampson – Candidate for the 69th District

VA House GOP2009 Candidates, Featured

Meet Ernesto Sampson – Candidate for the 69th District August 11, 8:26 AM · Karyn McDermott – Richmond Republican Examiner More jobs. Better schools. Public safety – Ernesto Sampson Who could disagree with that? All politicians want to create employment, improve education and ensure that we are safe in our homes, workplaces and streets. The real question is, when we … Read More

Washington Times: Veteran vies for Virginia House

VA House GOP2009 Candidates, Campaigns & Elections, Featured

Profile of Col. Richard Anderson in the Washington Times. Rich Anderson is the GOP candidate for the 51st House of Delegates Seat. Thursday, August 6, 2009 CITIZEN JOURNALISM: Veteran vies for Virginia House Bill Card SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Retired Air Force Col. Richard L. Anderson is running to be the delegate for Virginia’s House 51st District. The Republican … Read More

Will Morefield for the 3rd District

VA House GOP2009 Candidates

As a product of the public school system, Will knows the value of a good education. Will supports better pay for our teachers and higher standards for both educators and students. Will knows that the key to American energy independence depends on domestic power sources. Southwest Virginia’s coal industry is crucial to our nation’s energy independence. “Coal is the lifeblood … Read More

Anne B. Crockett-Stark for the 6th District

VA House GOP2009 Candidates

Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark was first elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2005. She currently serves on the Health, Welfare & Institutions, Science and Technology and Counties, Cities & Towns committees. Her work in the House of Delegates has focused on economic development, education and health care issues. Delegate Crockett-Stark represents the Counties of Bland, Giles, Pulaski, Tazewell … Read More

David A. Nutter for the 7th District

VA House GOP2009 Candidates

Dave Nutter is seeking reelection to his fifth term in the House of Delegate where he serves on the Committee on Health, Welfare and Institutions; Science and Technology; Militia, Police and Public Safety; and the Joint Commission on Health Care. Dave has focused his attention on several core areas: enhancing access to rural health care; expanding options for career and … Read More

Troy Bird for the 11th District

VA House GOP2009 Candidates

Troy Bird is an average joe who is for a prosperous Roanoke Valley. He understands the issues that are facing the people of District 11 on a day-to-day basis, because he has faced them himself. Troy is Pro-Energy, Pro-Jobs, Pro-Growth, and wants to secure our children’s future with better education for them today. Find Troy on the Internet: Website:http://www.troybirdfordelegate.com/ Facebook

Bill Cleaveland for the 17th District

VA House GOP2009 Candidates

Bill Cleaveland of Botetourt County has emerged as the Republican Party’s nominee following a five-way primary election. Bill, a fiscal and social conservative, has lived in the Roanoke Valley for more than 30 years. He is a practicing attorney (private practice) and has served as a substitute judge for 14+ years. Bill is planning a vigorous campaign against his Democrat … Read More