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[UPDATED 10/17] With Just Three Weeks Until Election Day (11/7), Virginia Campaign Finance Numbers for 9/1-9/30 Are Coming In Now…

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The last comprehensive data we received regarding Virginia candidates’ campaign finances took us from August 1 through August 31. Now, we’re just three weeks before election day on 11/7, so we’re getting more frequent campaign finance reports on candidates’ fundraising, expenditures and cash-on-hand situations. That includes the numbers coming in now, for the period September 1-September 30, and being reported on VPAP.  As always, I’m particularly interested in candidates’ fundraising for key, competitive races (and a few that are on the edge of being competitive) that will determine control of the State Senate and House of Delegates, including the following:

State Senate

  • SD16 (part of Henrico County): Democratic Del. Schuyler VanValkenburg (receipts $785,233 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $408,385) vs. Republican Sen. Siobhan Dunnavant (receipts $1,259,177 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $493,052)
  • SD24 (part of Newport News, York County, etc.)Democratic Sen. Monty Mason (receipts $1,233,585 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $225,988) vs. Republican Danny Diggs (receipts $725,666 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $285,041)
  • SD31 (part of Loudoun County, part of Fauquier County)Democrat Russet Perry (receipts $1,624,983 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $461,967) vs. Republican Juan Pablo Segura (receipts $1,075,450 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $26,354)
  • SD17 (Suffolk County, Isle of Wight County, part of Portsmouth, etc.)Democratic Del. Clint Jenkins (receipts $189,384 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $46,344) vs. Republican Del. Emily Brewer (receipts $579,757 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $149,770)
  • SD27 (part of Stafford County, part of Spotsylvania County, Fredericksburg)Democrat Joel Griffin (receipts $642,661 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $46,757) vs. Republican Del. Tara Durant (receipts $361,356 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $99,874) vs. Independent Monica Gary (receipts $28,155 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $4,936)
  • SD30 (part of Prince William County, Manassas City, Manassas Park City): Democratic Del. Danica Roem (receipts $315,265 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $153,742) vs. Republican Bill Woolf (receipts $383,827 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $151,322)

House of Delegates

  • HD82 (Petersburg, part of Dinwiddie County, part of Prince George County, Surry County): Democrat Kimberly Pope Adams (receipts $1,004,909 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $355,222) vs. Republican Del. Kim Taylor (receipts $902,686 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $562,086)
  • HD97 (Virginia Beach): Democrat Michael Feggans (receipts $915,996 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $300,020) vs. Republican Del. Karen Greenhalgh (receipts $979,477 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $865,317)
  • HD65 (part of Stafford County, Fredericksburg, part of Spotsylvania County)Democrat Joshua Cole (receipts $874,972 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $661,924) vs. Republican Lee Peters (receipts $760,511 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $583,959)
  • HD21 (Prince William County): Democrat Josh Thomas (receipts $748,458 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $308,127) vs. Republican John Stirrup (receipts $851,296 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $657,534)
  • HD58 (Henrico County)Democratic Del. Rodney Willett (receipts $406,402 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $319,877) vs. Republican Riley Shaia (receipts $361,851 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $176,046)
  • HD89 (parts of Chesapeake and Suffolk)Democrat Karen Jenkins (receipts $379,962 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $3,262) vs. Republican Baxter Ennis (receipts $169,610 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $132,153)
  • HD57 (parts of Henrico County and Goochland County): Democrat Susanna Gibson (receipts $488,872 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $378,952) vs. Republican David Owen (receipts $564,608 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $539,473)
  • HD22 (part of Prince William County)Democrat Travis Nembhard (receipts $349,326 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $225,840) vs. Republican Ian Lovejoy (receipts $690,508 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $489,950)
  • HD41 (parts of Montgomery County and Roanoke County)Democrat Lily Franklin (receipts $228,432 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $215,378) vs. Republican Chris Obenshain (receipts $90,319 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $143,277)
  • HD71 (part of James City County, Williamsburg, part of New Kent County)Democrat Jessica Anderson (receipts $32,941 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $156,932) vs. Republican Del. Amanda Batten (receipts $153,743 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $243,408)
  • HD30 (parts of Loudoun, Fauquier): Democrat Rob Banse (receipts $324,120 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $219,440) vs. Republican Geary Higgins (receipts $222,264 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $224,221)

Local Elections

  • Prince William County Board of County Supervisors ChairDemocrat Deshundra Jefferson (receipts $96,302 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $126,052) vs. Republican Jeanine Lawson (receipts $74,315 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $97,616)
  • Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, Springfield District: Republican incumbent Pat Herrity (receipts $79,836 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $308,193) vs. Democrat Albert Vega (receipts $83,803 from 9/1 to 9/30; ending balance $22,339).

Parties/PACs

  • Glenn Youngkin’s “Spirit of Virginia” PAC raised $6,508,688 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $6,539,389 cash-on-hand.
  • Jason Miyares’ “A Safer Virginia” PAC raised $567,686 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $1,642,606 cash-on-hand.
  • “Winsome PAC” raised $96,932 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $621,524 cash-on-hand.
  • Virginia Future Generations PAC raised $266,936 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $288,420 cash-on-hand.
  • “Win Virginia” raised $339,550 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $42,189 cash-on-hand
  • Former Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn’s “Energized for Change PAC” raised $92,408 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $761,432 cash-on-hand.
  • Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney’s “Better Way PAC” raised $9,763 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $339,947 cash-on-hand.
  • Speaker Todd Gilbert’s “Republican Commonwealth Leadership PAC” raised $1,290,976 from 9/1 to 10/7, ending with $904,601 cash-on-hand.
  • Democratic Party of Virginia raised $6,441,676 from 7/1 to 9/30, ending with $2,431,450 cash on hand.
  • House Democratic Caucus raised $7,639,637 from 7/1 to 9/30, ending with $3,906,108 cash on hand.
  • Virginia Senate Democratic Caucus raised $6,678,222 from 7/1 to 9/30, ending with $5,061,484 cash on hand.
  • Republican Party of Virginia raised $5,607,016 from 7/1 to 9/30, ending with $459,005 cash on hand.
  • Virginia Senate Republican Caucus raised $1,788,412 from 7/1 to 9/30, ending with $951,529 cash on hand.
  • House Republican Campaign Committee raised $1,371,682 from 7/1 to 9/30, ending with $265,863 cash on hand.
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