New campaign finance filings for Virginia state legislative races show Democrats leading Republicans in fundraising. Between January 1, 2020, and October 21, 2021, Democratic candidates outraised Republican candidates by 143 percent.
Virginia House of Delegates District 40
$337,139Cash on Hand
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|$657,720.60||House Democratic Caucus|
|$157,030.59||Democratic Party of Virginia|
|$149,142.85||Clean Virginia Fund|
|$88,502.89||Aggregated Unitemized Cash Contributions|
|$60,000.00||Energized for Change PAC|
|$20,765.00||Edith T Shapiro|
|$20,000.00||Virginia League of Conservation Voters-PAC|
|$15,000.00||Nova Labor Federation AFL CIO|
|$15,000.00||Sonjia S Smith|
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|$753,811.40||Buying Time Media LLC|
|$177,849.91||Democratic Party of Virginia|
|$90,361.75||Sb Digital Inc|
|$51,378.20||House Democratic Caucus|
|$29,374.37||Mvar Media LLC|
|$19,818.59||Gibson Printing Inc|
Democratic candidates in Virginia House have raised 57 percent more than last cycle; Republicans raised 19 percent less
Elections for all 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates are taking place on November 2, 2021. Democrats hold 55 seats and Republicans hold 45 seats. In 2019, Democrats gained control of the chamber from Republicans by picking up six seats when Republicans had held a 51-49 majority. As a result, 2021 is the first election cycle since 1999 with Democrats defending a majority in the chamber.
In targeted Virginia House races, Democrats raised an average of double their Republican counterparts
Elections for all 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates are taking place on November 2, 2021. Democrats hold 55 seats and Republicans hold 45 seats. This is the first election cycle since 1999 with Democrats defending a majority in the chamber.