For a handy reference, the following – per VPAP – are Virginia House of Delegates districts won by Ralph Northam on November 7 but either lost by Democrats or in legal limbo at the House level. Clearly, all (or most) of these districts should be targets for Democrats in 2019. Del. Tim Hugo (R), in particular, should be very, very worried, given that his district went by over 10 points to Ralph Northam! Note that these Republicans might also want to seriously consider “tacking to the center” in their voting patterns (e.g., on Medicaid expansion, environmental issues, etc.), but they’re probably too ideologically right wingnut to do that. We’ll see…
HD 62 – Del. Riley Ingram (R) defeated Democrat Sheila Bynum-Coleman here (by a 12,163-11,344 margin), while Ralph Northam won the district 49.5%-49.4%
HD 76 – Del. Chris Jones (R) was unopposed, while Ralph Northam won the district 49.8%-49.2%.
HD 83 – Del. Chris Stolle (R) defeated Democrat David Rose-Carmack here (by a 13,173-10,077 margin), while Ralph Northam won the district 50.3%-48.3%.
HD 28 – Del. Bob Thomas (R) apparently defeated Democrat Joshua Cole here by just 82 votes, pending litigation, while Ralph Northam won the district 50.8%-47.8%.
HD 27 – Del. Roxann Robinson (R) defeated Democrat Larry Barnett here by just 128 votes, while Ralph Northam won the district 50.9%-47.6%.
HD 84 – Del. Glenn Davis (R) defeated Democrat Veronica Coleman here (by a 10,835-10,093 margin), while Ralph Northam won the district 52.1%-46.7%.
HD 100 – Del. Rob Bloxom (R) defeated Democrat Willie Randall here (by an 11,720-10,720 margin), while Ralph Northam won the district 52.7%-46.3%.
HD 40 – Del. Tim Hugo (R) defeated Democrat Donte Tanner here by just 106 votes, while Ralph Northam won the district 54.7%-44.4%.
HD 94 – Ralph Northam won the district 56.0%-42.7%, while the House of Delegates race currently is in limbo between Democrat Shelly Simonds and Republican David Yancey.