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2017 Virginia Democratic House Candidates by District [7/29/17 UPDATE]

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The following lists Virginia’s 100 House of Delegates districts, the percentage that Mark Warner won in 2014 against Ed Gillespie just to give an idea of the district’s partisan “lean” the geographic makeup of the district; and who the Democratic candidate (if any) is. Please let me know if I’m missing anything here or if there are any errors. Thanks!

P.S. I’ve added yellow background color to the 17 districts won by Clinton that are currently held by a Republican. Those should be the top priorities, in roughly descending order of Clinton percentage, IMHO.

HD-1 (31% Mark Warner district; Lee, Scott, Wise Counties and Norton City): Democrat Alicia Kallen running against Del. Terry Kilgore (R).
HD-2 (52% Mark Warner district; Prince William, Stafford Counties): Josh King (D), Jennifer Carroll Foy (D) running for this open seat (note: this primary has gone to a recount, with Carroll Foy leading by 12 votes) against Republican Laquan Austion.
HD-3 (30% Mark Warner district; Tazewell, Buchanan, Bland, Russell Counties): Democrat Bill Bunch running against Del. Will Morefield (R).
HD-4 (35% Mark Warner district; Washington, Russell, Dickenson, Wise Counties): No Democrat running against Del. Todd Pillion (R).
HD-5 (33% Mark Warner district; Washington, Grayson, Smyth Counties and Bristol, Galax Cities): No Democrat running against Del. Israel O’Quinn (R).
HD-6 (34% Mark Warner district; Carroll, Wythe, Smyth Counties): No Democrat running against Del. Jeff Campbell (R).
HD-7 (40% Mark Warner district; Montgomery, Pulaski, Floyd Counties): Democrat Flo Ketner running against Del. Nick Rush (R).
HD-8 (39% Mark Warner district; Roanoke, Montgomery, Craig Counties and Salem City): Steve McBride (D) running against Del. Greg Habeeb (R).
HD-9 (36% Mark Warner district; Franklin, Patrick, Henry Counties): Democrat Stephanie Cook running against Del. Charles Poindexter (R)
HD-10 (45% Mark Warner district; Loudoun, Frederick, Clarke Counties): Democrat Wendy Gooditis running against Del. Randy Minchew (R).
HD-11 (63% Mark Warner district; Roanoke City): Del. Sam Rasoul (D) is unopposed.
HD-12 (52% Mark Warner district; Montgomery, Giles, Pulaski Counties and Radford City): Chris Hurst (D) running against Del. Joseph Yost (R)
HD-13 (47% Mark Warner district; Prince William County and Manassas Park City): Danica Roem (D) running against Del. Bob Marshall (R)
HD-14 (48% Mark Warner district; Pittsylvania, Henry Counties and Danville City): No Democrat running against Del. Danny Marshall (R).
HD-15 (29% Mark Warner district; Shenandoah, Page, Warren, Rockingham Counties): No Democrat running against Del. Todd Gilbert (R).
HD-16 (43% Mark Warner district; Pittsylvania, Henry Counties and Martinsville City): No Democrat running against Del. Les Adams (R).
HD-17 (39% Mark Warner district; Roanoke, Botetourt Counties and Roanoke City): Democrat Djuna Osborne running against Del. Christopher Head (R).
HD-18 (35% Mark Warner district; Fauquier, Warren, Culpeper, Rappahannock Districts): Democrat Tristan Shields is running against Del. Michael Webert (R).
HD-19 (36% Mark Warner district; Botetourt, Bedford, Alleghany Counties; Covington City): No Democrat running against Del. Terry Austin (R).
HD-20 (39% Mark Warner district; Augusta, Nelson, Highland Counties and Staunton, Wayensboro Cities): Democrat Michele Edwards running against Del. Rickie Bell (R).
HD-21 (50% Mark Warner district; Virginia Beach and Chesapeake Cities): Kelly Fowler (D) is running against Del. Ron Villanueva (R).
HD-22 (34% Mark Warner district; Bedford, Campbell, Franklin Counties and Lynchburg City): No Democrat running against Del. Kathy Byron (R).
HD-23 (34% Mark Warner district; Bedford and Amherst Counties; plus Lynchburg City): Democrat Natalie Short running against Del. Scott Garrett (R).
HD-24 (38% Mark Warner district; Rockbridge, Amherst, Augusta, Bath Counties and Lexington, Buena Vista Cities): No Democrat running against Del. Ben Cline (R).
HD-25 (37% Mark Warner district; Augusta, Albemarle, Rockingham Counties): Democrat Angela Lynn running against Del. Steve Landes (R).
HD-26 (38% Mark Warner district; Rockingham County, Harrisonburg City): Democrat Brent Finnegan won the Democratic nomination on 4/28 to take on Del. Tony Wilt (R).
HD-27 (44% Mark Warner district; Chesterfield County): Democrat Larry Barnett running against Del. Roxann Robinson (R).
HD-28 (44% Mark Warner district; Stafford County, Fredericksburg City): Del. Bill Howell (R) has announced his retirement. Democrat Joshua Cole is running against Republican Robert Michael Thomas, Jr.
HD-29 (35% Mark Warner district; Frederick and Warren Counties, Winchester City): Democrat Casey Turben is running against Del. Chris Collins (R).
HD-30 (36% Mark Warner district; Orange, Culpeper, Madison Counties): Democrat Ben Hixon is running against Del. Nick Freitas.
HD-31 (48% Mark Warner district; Prince William, Fauquier Counties): Elizabeth Guzman (D) is running against Del. Scott Lingamfelter (R)
HD-32 (50% Mark Warner district; Loudoun County): David Reid is running against Del. Tag Greason (R).
HD-33 (39% Mark Warner district; Loudoun, Frederick Clarke Counties): Democrat Tia Walbridge is running against Del. Dave LaRock (R).
HD-34 (51% Mark Warner district; Fairfax, Loudoun Counties): Del. Kathleen Murphy (D) faces Republican Cheryl Buford.
HD-35 (59% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Mark Keam (D)  is unopposed.
HD-36 (64% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Ken Plum (D)  is unopposed.
HD-37 (56% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County, Fairfax City): Del. David Bulova (D) is unopposed.
HD-38 (63% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Kaye Kory (D) faces Republican Paul Haring.
HD-39 (59% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Vivian Watts (D) is unopposed.
HD-40 (43% Mark Warner district, Fairfax and Prince Wiliam Counties): Democrat Donte Tanner is running against Del. Tim Hugo (R).
HD-41 (55% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Eileen Filler-Corn (D) is unopposed.
HD-42 (50% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Democrat Kathy Tran is running against Republican Lolita Mancheno-Smoak (note: Del. Dave Albo (R) is resigning).
HD-43 (63% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Mark Sickles (D) is unopposed.
HD-44 (61% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County): Del. Paul Krizek (D) is unopposed.
HD-45 (69% Mark Warner district; Alexandria City, Arlington County, Fairfax County): Del. Mark Levine (D) is unopposed.
HD-46 (71% Mark Warner district; Alexandria City): Del. Charniele Herring (D) is unopposed.
HD-47 (71% Mark Warner district; Arlington County): Del. Patrick Hope (D) is unopposed.
HD-48 (65% Mark Warner district; Fairfax and Arlington Counties): Del. Rip Sullivan (D) is unopposed.
HD-49 (73% Mark Warner district; Arlington County, Alexandria City): Del. Alfonso Lopez (D) faces Republican Adam Roosevelt.
HD-50 (47% Mark Warner district; Prince William County, Manassas City): Lee Carter (D) is running against Del. Jackson Miller (R).
HD-51 (45% Mark Warner district; Prince William County): Hala Ayala (D) is running against Del. Rich Anderson (R)
HD-52 (64% Mark Warner district; Prince William County): Del. Luke Torian (D) is unopposed.
HD-53 (66% Mark Warner district; Fairfax County, Falls Church City): Del. Marcus Simon (D) faces no Republican opponent.
HD-54 (41% Mark Warner district; Spotsylvania, Caroline Counties): Democrat Al Durante running against Del. Bobby Orrock (R).
HD-55 (39% Mark Warner district; Hanover, Caroline, Spotsylvania Counties): Democrat Morgan Goodman running against Del. Buddy Fowler (R).
HD-56 (37% Mark Warner district; Louisa, Henrico, Goochland, Spotsylvania Counties): Democrat Melissa Dart running against Republican John McGuire (note: Del. Peter Farrell (R) is resigning).
HD-57 (70% Mark Warner district; Charlottesville City, Albemarle County): Del. David Toscano (D) is unopposed.
HD-58 (39% Mark Warner district; Albemarle, Greene, Fluvanna, Rockingham Counties): Kellen Squire (D) running against Del. Rob Bell (R).
HD-59 (38% Mark Warner district; Campbell, Appomattox, Buckingham, Albemarle, Nelson Counties): Democrat Tracy Carver is running against Del. Matt Farris (R).
HD-60 (46% Mark Warner district; Halifax, Prince Edward, Charlotte, Campbell Counties): Democrat Jamaal Johnston running against Del. James Edmunds (R).
HD-61 (42% Mark Warner district; Mecklenburg, Nottoway, Amelia, Cumberland, Lunenburg Counties): No Democrat are running against Del. Tommy Wright (R).
HD-62 (45% Mark Warner district; Chesterfield, Henrico, Prince George County, Hopewell City): Sheila Bynum-Coleman (D) is running against Del. Riley Ingram (R).
HD-63 (69% Mark Warner district; Dinwiddie, Chesterfield, Prince George Counties, Petersburg and Hopewell Cities): Del. Lashrecse Aird (D) is unopposed.
HD-64 (41% Mark Warner district; Isle of Wight, Prince George, Surry, Southampton, Sussex Counties, Suffolk and Franklin Cities): Democrat Rebecca Colaw is running against Del. Rick Morris (R).
HD-65 (34% Mark Warner district; Chesterfield, Powhatan, Goochland, Fluvanna Counties): Democrat Francis Stephens is running against Del. Lee Ware (R).
HD-66 (36% Mark Warner district; Chesterfield County and Colonial Heights City): Democrat Katie Ann Sponsler running against Del. Kirk Cox (R).
HD-67 (52% Mark Warner district; Fairfax and Loudoun Counties): Karrie Delaney (D) is running against Del. Jim LeMunyon (R).
HD-68 (46% Mark Warner district; Chesterfield and Henrico Counties; Richmond City): Democrat Dawn Adams is running against Del. Manoli Loupassi (R).
HD-69 (83% Mark Warner district; Richmond City, Chesterfield County): Del. Betsy Carr (D) faces no Republican opponent.
HD-70 (78% Mark Warner district; Henrico and Chesterfield Counties, Richmond City): Del. Delores McQuinn (D) is unopposed.
HD-71 (84% Mark Warner district; Richmond City and Henrico County): Del. Jeff Bourne (D) is unopposed.
HD-72 (45% Mark Warner district; Henrico County): Schuyler VanValkenburg (D) running against Del. Jimmie Massie (R) (Massie has announced he is retiring) Republican Eddie Whitlock.
HD-73 (46% Mark Warner district; Henrico County): Chelsea Savage (D), Sarah Smith (D), Bill Coleman (D) and Debra Rodman (D) won the nomination (on 4/29/17) to take on Del. John O’Bannon (R).
HD-74 (74% Mark Warner district; Henrico and Charles City County, Richmond City): Del. Lamont Bagby (D) unopposed.
HD-75 (60% Mark Warner district; Brunswick, Southampton, Greensville, Dinwiddie, Sussex, Lunenburg, Isle of Wight, Surry Counties, Emporia and Franklin Cities): Del. Roslyn Tyler (D) unopposed.
HD-76 (46% Mark Warner district; Suffolk and Chesapeake Cities): No Democrat running against Del. Chris Jones (R).
HD-77 (76% Mark Warner district): Del. Cliff Hayes (D) faces no Republican opponent.
HD-78 (38% Mark Warner district; Chesapeake City): No Democrat running against Del. Jay Leftwich (R).
HD-79 (61% Mark Warner district; Portsmouth and Norfolk Cities): Del. Steve Heretick (D) is unopposed.
HD-80 (74% Mark Warner district; Portsmouth, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Norfolk Cities): Del. Matthew James (D) is unopposed.
HD-81 (40% Mark Warner district; Virginia Beach and Chesapeake Cities): Democrat Kimberly Anne Tucker running against Del. Barry Knight (R).
HD-82 (41% Mark Warner district; Virginia Beach City): Democrat Leigh Anne Bowling running against Del. Jason Miyares (R).
HD-83 (44% Mark Warner district; Virginia Beach and Norfolk Cities):  Democrat David Rose-Carmack running against Del. Chris Stolle (R)
HD-84 (46% Mark Warner district; Virginia Beach City): Democrat Veronica Coleman running against Del. Glenn Davis (R).
HD-85 (47% Mark Warner district; Virginia Beach City): Cheryl Turpin (D) running against Del. Rocky Holcomb (R).
HD-86 (58% Mark Warner district; Fairfax and Loudoun Counties): Del. Jennifer Boysko (D) is challenged by Republican Linda Schulz.
HD-87 (52% Mark Warner district; Loudoun and Prince William Counties): Del. John Bell (D) is challenged by Republican Subba Kolla.
HD-88 (38% Mark Warner district; Spotsylvania, Stafford, Fauquier Counties, Fredericksburg City): Steve Aycock (D) running against Del. Mark Cole (R).
HD-89 (78% Mark Warner district; Norfolk City): Democrat Jay Jones is unchallenged for this seat (note: Del. Daun Hester (D) is not seeking reelection)
HD-90 (76% Mark Warner district; Norfolk and Virginia Beach Cities): Del. Joe Lindsey (D) is unchallenged.
HD-91 (43% Mark Warner district; Hampton and Poquoson Cities, York County): Michael Wade (D) running against Del. Gordon Helsel (R).
HD-92 (78% Mark Warner district; Hampton City): Del. Jeion Ward (D) is unchallenged.
HD-93 (55% Mark Warner district; Newport News and Williamsburg Cities, James City and York Counties): Del. Mike Mullin (D).
HD-94 (50% Mark Warner district; Newport News City): Democrat Zack Wittkamp (note: Wittkamp withdrew from the race on July 29) running against Del. David Yancey (R).
HD-95 (74% Mark Warner district; Newport News and Hampton Cities): Del. Cia Price (D)
HD-96 (41% Mark Warner district; James City and York Counties): Kelly DeLucia running against Del. Brenda Pogge (R).
HD-97 (30% Mark Warner district; Hanover, New Kent and King William Counties): No Democrat is listed as running against Del. Chris Peace (R), although there is a self-described “progressive independent,” Cori Johnson, in the race.
HD-98 (38% Mark Warner district; Gloucester, Middlesex, Essex, Matthews, King and Queen, King William Counties): Democrat Sheila Crowley running against Del. Keith Hodges (R).
HD-99 (41% Mark Warner district; King George, Westmoreland, Northumberland, Lancaster, Richmond and Caroline Counties): Democrat Francis Edwards running against Del. Margaret Ransone (R)
HD-100 (49% Mark Warner district; Accomack and Northamton Counties, Norfolk City): Democrat Willie Randall is running against Del. Rob Bloxom (R).