Legislative District Republican Committees in the 5th District

Legislative District Republican Committees are responsible for getting Republicans Elected to the Virginia General Assembly.
And in the 5th District area, our batting record is pretty good: 26 out of 30 Legislative District seats are held by Republicans!  That's an 87% success rate.  See the list of our 5th District GOP Delegates & State Senators.

Virginia has 100 members in the House of Delegates, where each member represents his own District. There are 19 Virginia State House of Delegate Districts lying either wholly or partially within the 5th Congressional District.  17 of those seats are currently held by Republicans. 

House Districts in 5th Congressional Districts


There are also 40 State Senators in the General Assembly, with 11 Virginia State Senate Districts lying wholly or partially within the 5th Congressional District.  9 of those 11 seats in the 5th District area are held by Republicans. 

State Senate Districts within 5th Congressional District

Together the House and Senate Districts  are collectively known as Legislative Districts, and therefore their associated  Republican Committees are generally referred to as Legislative District Republican Committees (LDRCs).  Read a brief explanation of LDRCs.  See the State Party Plan (SPP), Article V 'Legislative District Committee' for more details on the composition, purpose and duties of these Legislative District Committees.

According to the SPP, because 2017 is an election year for the Virginia House of Delegates, all the House District Republican Committees were to hold meetings in December 2016 to decide on their nomination method.  Even if there is a Republican incumbent who chooses the method, the Committee is still responsible for issuing the Call for any method other than a primary.



House of Delegates District Committees in the 5th Congressional District

List of House District Republican Committees and their nomination method, as determined at their (SPP-required) meeting held in December 2016.  /* Note - this information is being posted as received.  Latest update 3/23/17  */

  • 9th House District Republican Committee  -- Nomination method: primary June 13
  • 14th House District Republican Committee
  • 16th House District Republican Committee
  • 18th House District Republican Committee
  • 19th House District Republican Committee
  • 20th House District Republican Committee
  • 22nd House District Republican Committee  -- Nomination method: primary June 13
  • 23rd House District Republican Committee
  • 25th House District Republican Committee -- Nomination method: Party Canvas on April 29; incumbent Republican Steve Landes seeking re-election.   See their Official Call for 25th House District Republican Party Canvas
  • 30th House District Republican Committee
  • 31st House District Republican Committee
  • 57th House District Republican Committee  (seat held by Democrat - HOW ARE WE GOING TO FLIP?)  -- Nomination method: primary June 13
  • 58th House District Republican Committee  -- Nomination method: primary June 13; incumbent Republican Rob Bell seeking re-election.
  • 59th House District Republican Committee -- Nomination method: primary June 13; incumbent Republican Matt Farriss seeking re-election.
  • 60th House District Republican Committee
  • 61st House District Republican Committee
  • 65th House District Republican Committee
  • 75th House District Republican Committee  (seat held by Democrat - HOW ARE WE GOING TO FLIP?)
  • 88th House District Republican Committee

 

State Senate District Republican Committees

List of State Senate DRCs.  State Senate elections aren't until 2019, so their District Republican Committees will meet in December 2018 to decide on their nomination method (if there's no Republican incumbent; in which case he gets to decide).

However it's highly likely that either State Senator Jill Vogel, District 27, or State Senator Bryce Reeves, District 17 will win the GOP nomination for Lt. Governor.  And if he or she won the general election in November - either the 17th or 27th State Senate District Republican Committee would have to kick into high gear for a special election.

  • 15th Senate District Republican Committee
  • 17th Senate District Republican Committee -- Needs to prepare for possible Special Election!
  • 18th Senate District Republican Committee  (seat held by Democrat)
  • 19th Senate District Republican Committee
  • 20th Senate District Republican Committee
  • 22nd Senate District Republican Committee
  • 23rd Senate District Republican Committee
  • 24th Senate District Republican Committee - see their Facebook page
  • 25th Senate District Republican Committee  (seat held by Democrat)
  • 26th Senate District Republican Committee 
  • 27th Senate District Republican Committee  -- Needs to prepare for possible Special Election!

 

See the lists of Republican Delegates and State Senators in the 5th District.