House District 25 represents Virginians from Augusta County, Albemarle County, and Rockingham County.
House District 66 represents Virginians from Chesterfield County, Colonial Heights, and Richmond.
House District 28 represents Virginians from Fredericksburg and Stafford County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Joshua Cole.
House District 39 represents Virginians from Fairfax County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Vivian Watts.
Delegate Glenn Davis is an incumbent Republican running in House District 84.
House District 12 represents Virginians from Montgomery County, Giles County, Radford, and Pulaski County.
House District 68 represents Virginians from Chesterfield County, Richmond, and Henrico. This seat is currently held by Democrat Dawn Adams.
House District 55 represents Virginians from Hanover County, Caroline County, and Spotsylvania County.
House District 64 represents Virginians from Isle of Wright County, Prince George County, Surry County, and Suffolk.
House District 22 represents Virginians from Bedford County, Campbell County, Franklin County, and Lynchburg.
House District 23 represents Virginians from Lynchburg, Bedford County, and Amherst County.
House District 60 represents Virginians from Halifax County, Prince Edward County, Charlotte County, and Campbell County.
House District 19 represents Virginians from Botetourt County, Bedford County, Alleghany County, and Covington. This seat is currently held by Republican Terry Austin.
House District 31 represents Virginians from Prince William and Fauquier Counties. This seat is currently held by Democrat Elizabeth Guzman.
House District 90 represents Virginians from Norfolk and Virginia Beach. This seat is currently held by Democrat Angelia Williams Graves.
House District 49 represents Virginians from Arlington County and Fairfax County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Alfonso Lopez.
House District 49 represents Virginians from Arlington County and Fairfax County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Alfonso Lopez.
House District 33 represents Virginians from Clarke County, Loudoun County, and Frederick County.
House District 22 represents Virginians from Bedford County, Campbell County, Franklin County, and Lynchburg. This seat is currently held by Republican Kathy Byron.
House District 61 represents Virginians from Mecklenburg County, Amelia County, Nottoway County, Cumberland County, and Lunenburg County. This seat is currently held by Republican Tommy Wright.
House District 65 represents Virginians from Chesterfield County, Powhatan County, Goochland County, Fluvanna County, and Louisa County.
House District 70 represents Virginians from Henrico, Chesterfield, Richmond, and Charles City County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Delores McQuinn.
House District 87 represents Virginians from Loudoun County and Prince William County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Suhas Subramanyam.
House District 91 represents Virginians from Hampton, Poquoson, and York County. This seat is currently held by Democrat Martha Mugler.
House District 99 represents Virginians from King George County, Westmoreland County, Northumberland County, Lancaster County, Richmond County, and Caroline County.
House District 20 represents Virginians from Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta County, Nelson County, and Highland County.
House District 18 represents Virginians from Fauquier County, Warren County, Culpeper County, and Rappahannock County. This seat is currently held by Republican Michael Webert.



1) Please indicate your agreement with the following statement reflected in the Code of Virginia Section 40.1-58-69, “I support Virginia’s Right-to-Work laws that ensure that no Virginian is forced to join a Labor union or pay dues to a Labor union to get or keep a job, and I will oppose legislation or regulation to weaken or modify these laws especially those that would remove worker protections from Labor union intimidation, use of force, threats of reprisal, and disruptions of work.”

2) Most MFG jobs require “middle skills” (more than a high school diploma and less than a baccalaureate degree). Do you agree that tax dollars should be used to provide industry credential training grants to individuals based upon their interests but not on financial need?

3) In 2016, the General Assembly created the first performance-driven state funding for citizens to acquire industry credentials – the NEW Workforce Credential Grant. Will you maintain or increase financial support for this grant to individuals?

4) K-12 STEM programs and community college industry credential training programs do not have enough qualified instructors. K-12 resists “adjunct faculty” and the VCCS does not offer competitive pay to attract adjunct faculty. Would you support creating a new K-12 & VCCS adjunct faculty compensation system to recruit qualified instructors?

5) Do you think that increased spending on University budgets should be tied to lowering tuition costs for students and improving graduation rates for degrees in demand?

6) If the General Assembly only agreed to $25 million in new industry related workforce training spending in the next biennium budget, how would you prioritize the following (Rank 1 – Top Priority, 5 = Bottom Priority)?

Performance incentive/grants to companies for high-demand industry credential training

Grants or vouchers to individuals for high-demand industry credential training

Institutional funding to regional higher education centers

Institutional funding to University “centers”

Institutional funding to the Virginia Community College System


1) Energy affordability, reliability, security, and sustainability are essential to manufacturing competitiveness. Do you support an “all of the above” strategy for energy use in Virginia, including naturalgas, nuclear, wind, solar, and biomass?

2) Do you support reforming the VA Clean Economy Act to ensure that the average price of electricity for industrial customers does not exceed the average for all Southern states?

3) Do you support transitioning to a 100% electric-only economy for all business, residential, and transportation needs by 2050?

4) If you answered “YES,” will you support transitioning Virginia to a competitive electricity market (deregulating and opening the market to competition)?

5) Virginia’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) participation results in an estimated $170+ million annual tax on electricity consumers. Do you support its repeal?

6) Please rank how state energy Research & Development spending should be prioritized (1 = Top Priority)


Offshore/Onshore Wind

Energy Storage


Natural Gas


1) Will you support legislation or regulation allowing the state and/or localities to establish duplicative or more restrictive environment, health, or safety regulations than authorized by Federal regulations?

2) Environmental activists have started to ban legal and Federally regulated products from the market and state procurement (e.g., polystyrene, single-use plastic packaging, chemicals, etc.). Do you support banning Federally regulated products from being sold or manufactured in Virginia?

3) No state participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) gives its citizen environmental regulatory boards authority over individual company permit approval except Virginia. Would you support repealing that provision for the Air, Water, and Waste Boards?

4) Do you support environmental policies, including “one-stop” permitting, that streamline the regulatory and permitting process to allow for greater operating flexibility, predictability, certainty, and timely construction of environmentally sensitive facilities such as utility infrastructure, MFG operations, transportation infrastructure, etc.?

5) Will you support creating an option for environmental permittees where initial permit approvals can be conducted by certified Professional Engineers (PE) in addition to DEQ staff?

6) Environmental justice advocates want permitted businesses to mail written notice of “potential” environmental impacts to every citizen within a 1 mile radius of their property prior to applying for any environmental permit from DEQ. In some cases, this is tens of thousands of individuals and cost prohibitive. Do you support this change to Virginia’s environmental permitting programs?

7) Environmental advocates want to delegate “site suitability” determinations as part of environmental permit issuance responsibilities to DEQ environmental citizen boards (e.g., Air, Water, Waste Board). This creates a conflict with local government land use zoning authority. Do you support environmental citizen boards regulating site suitability?

8) The General Assembly has recently substantially expanded the exemption of regulations from compliance with the Virginia Administrative Process Act (VAPA). This shortens the timeline for regulations to be developed and eliminates meaningful public input. Will you veto or amend any bill proposing to regulate Virginia business that is exempted from VAPA compliance?


1) VA MFG now ranks #38 in the US for total capital expenditures per employee largely due to the local Machinery & Tools Tax. Do you support eliminating this tax (total local government impact is $232 million annually)?

2) If you answered “Yes,” where would you offset the income “loss” to local government?

3) Do you support maintaining the state sales tax exemption on inputs into MFG?

4) Mandatory unitary combined reporting (“MUCR”) regulations are intended to accurately determine multistate business income attributable to economic activity in a State. Should VA mandate MUCR income tax filing on all multi-state corporations?

5) Manufacturers are increasingly forced to seek tax relief in Circuit Court regarding disputes with local Commissioners of Revenue, in both tangible personal property and real property assessments, because there is no formal appeals process to the State Tax Commissioner. Would you support instituting an appeals process to the State Tax Commissioner for industrial taxpayers?


1) Virginia’s entire state, regional, and local economic development system is essentially dedicated to recruiting new businesses to the Commonwealth. Virginia has minimal existing and small business services. Virginia ranks #44 in generating new entrepreneurs per year. Will you support efforts to restructure economic development resources to focus on small and existing businesses and business formation?

2) The VMA set a goal of expanding manufactured goods exports by 50% by 2025. In 2016, the General Assembly codified the Virginia International Trade Corporation (VITC) to leverage Federal, State, Local, non-profit, and private resources to meet this goal. The VITC was modeled after the successful VA Tourism Corp. However, the implementation was stalled and VEDP was given this responsibility but Virginia’s export ranking has remained almost unchanged. Will you revisit VITC implementation?


1) Virginia truck and semi-trailers (with 5+ axles) are limited to an 80,000 pound maximum gross weight limit on VA highways and interstates. New trucks and trailer technology can better distribute weight to reduce road damage and safely stop heavier loads. In order to improve transportation efficiency (less congestion) and MFG competitiveness, would you support legislation that would seek Federal increases in truck and semi-trailer maximum gross weights?

2) Virginia semi-trailers are limited to 53 feet. With lighter loads, these semi-trailers are often full before the truck and semi-trailer reaches its maximum gross weight limit. This is called “cubing out before weighing out.” Would you support increasing the length of semi-trailers to improve transportation efficiency?


1) Will you work with the VMA to qualify key candidates for DEQ, VDOLI, and other citizen boards, studies, and commissions?

2) The VMA Board of Directors is interested in holding two meetings per year with you to maintain direct dialogue on priority issues. Will you support this type of close working relationship?