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Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Releases First Round of 2019 Virginia Candidate Endorsements

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From the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence…all Democrats, not surprisingly, given the fact that Republicans are basically 100% in tune with the gun lobby.

Coalition to Stop Gun Violence Releases First Round of 2019 Virginia Candidate Endorsements

Washington, DC (August 15, 2019)  — The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) endorses the following candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates and Virginia State Senate in the 2019 elections. These candidates will help bring a gun violence prevention majority to Richmond and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Virginia House of Delegates

Jennifer Carroll Foy (2nd District)
Wendy Gooditis (10th District) 
Chris Hurst (12th District)
Jennifer Kitchen (25th District)
Joshua Cole (28th District)
Mavis Taintor (33rd District)
Kathleen Murphy (34th District)
Vivian Watts (39th District) 
Paul Krizek (44th District) 
Patrick Hope (47th District)
Hala Ayala (51st District)
Luke Torian (52nd District)
Marcus Simon (53rd District)
Morgan Goodman (55th District) 
Elizabeth Alcorn (58th District)
Tim Hickey (59th District)
Sheila Bynum-Coleman (66th District)
Betsy Carr (69th District)
Schuyler VanValkenburg (72nd District)
Rodney Willett (73rd District)
C.E. Cliff Hayes, Jr. (77th District)
Gayle Johnson (82nd District)
Nancy Guy (83rd District)
Suhas Subramanyam (87th District)
Mike Mullin (93rd District) 
Mark Downey (96th District)
Kevin Washington (97th District)

Virginia State Senate

Herb Jones (3rd District)
Cheryl Turpin (7th District)
Missy Cotter Smasal (8th District)
Ghazala Hashmi (10th District)
Amanda Pohl (11th District)
Debra Rodman (12th District)
John Bell (13th District) 
Amy Laufer (17th District)
Louis Lucas (18th District)
Flourette Ketner (19th District)
John Edwards (21st District)
Annette Hyde (24th District)
Adam Ebbin (30th District)
Barbara Favola (31st District)
Jennifer Boysko (33rd District)
Dick Saslaw (35th District)