Riley Ingram

Current Position: State Delegate since 1992
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2019 US Senator
Former Position(s): Hopewell City Council from 1986 – 1991; Hopewell City Council (Mayor) from 1989 – 1991

Overview: N/A

Lindsey Dougherty

Current Position: Analyst for Chesterfield County
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2019 State Delegate

Overview: N/A

Carrie Coyner

Current Position: State Delegate
Affiliation: Republican

As a parent, I want the best for my children and yours – safe, nurturing schools; highly qualified teachers; and equal opportunities for every child. As a small business owner, I want graduates who are prepared for the workforce with strong values, critical thinking skills, and a drive to work hard. I want high quality, good paying jobs for our families.

Riley Ingram 1Riley Ingram

Current Position: State Delegate since 1992
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2019 US Senator
Former Position(s): Hopewell City Council from 1986 – 1991; Hopewell City Council (Mayor) from 1989 – 1991

Overview: N/A

Summary

Current Position: State Delegate since 1992
Affiliation: Republican
Candidate: 2019 US Senator
Former Position(s): Hopewell City Council from 1986 – 1991; Hopewell City Council (Mayor) from 1989 – 1991

Overview: N/A

About

Riley Ingram

Delegate Riley Ingram has deep roots in the community, and has long been dedicated to serving its constituents and their families. Riley has served in the Virginia House of Delegates since 1992. 

He graduated from Prince George High School and grew up in Hopewell, Virginia. He was a Letter Carrier for nine years at the Hopewell Post Office and has been the Owner/Broker of Ingram & Associates Real Estate Company, Inc. for 38 years. He currently lives in Hopewell and attends Hopewell Church of the Nazarene. Riley is very much a family man who has three grown children, Tracy Ingram, Stacy Ingram Hanson and Riley Ingram, Jr. He has five grandchildren:Taylor and Parker, Brinkley, Dylan and Drake. 

Achievements:

•Serves as a member of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation

• Past Chairman of Tri-Cities Regional Domestic Violence Task Force 2006

• Past Mayor for the City of Hopewell

Military Service:

VaNG (176 Infantry, Company E, 1959-60, 1961-62); USA (active duty, 1960); 80th Division USAR Band (1962-68)

Experience

Work Experience

  • Real estate broker
    2019 to present

Education

  • CRS, CRB
    Realtors Institute, IL
    2019 to present

  • University of Virginia School of Continuing Education
    2019 to present

Personal

  • Place of Birth: Halifax County, VA
  • Gender: Male
  • Race(s): Caucasian
  • Religion: Church of the Nazarene
  • Spouse: Mary Ann Brinkley (deceased)
  • Children: Tracy I. Crowder, Stacy I. Hansen, and Riley, Jr.

Membership & Affiliation:
Church of the Nazarene
Hopewell Jaycees (life member)
AF&AM Masons Lodge 289
Wild Turkey Federation, T.E. Peterson Chapter
Ducks Unlimited
NRA
Moose Lodge 1472
American Legion Post 146
Chester Business Association
Hopewell Rotary
Ft. Lee Civilian-Military Advisory Board
Hopewell-Prince George Chamber of Commerce (former president)
Scottish Rite, 32° Mason
Acca Temple Shrine
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation (board of trustees)
Joint Commission on Health Care
City Point Rotary

Awards
Southside Virginia Association of Realtors, Realtor of the Year
Hopewell Jaycees, Boss of the Year
80th Division USAR Band, Soldier of the Year

Contact

Legislative Assistant: Pat Bennett
Administrative Assistant During Session: Anita Schepker

Email:

Offices

Capitol Office
Pocahontas Building
900 E. Main St,
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Phone: (804) 698-1062

District Office
3302 Oaklawn Boulevard
Hopewell, VA 23860
Phone: (804) 452-2202

Web

Government Page, Campaign Site, Facebook

Politics

Source: Wikipedia

Ingram was elected to the Hopewell city council in 1986, and became mayor in 1988.In 1989, he challenged 28-year Democratic incumbent Charles Hardaway Marks in the 64th House district, but lost. He was re-elected to the Hopewell city council in 1990.In the 1991 redistricting, the 62nd House district was moved northwards to include Hopewell. Ingram defeated another Democratic incumbent, R. Beasley Jones, for the House seat

Recent Elections

2017 State DelegateArray

Riley Ingram (R)12,16351.7%
Shelia Bynum-Coleman (D)11,34448.2%
Write In (Write-in)380.2%
TOTAL23,545

2015 State DelegateArray

Riley Ingram (R)7,23959.4%
Sheila Carol Bynum (D)4,91440.3%
Write In (Write-in)260.2%
TOTAL12,179

Finances

NGRAM, RILEY EDWARD has run in 10 races for public office, winning 10 of them. The candidate has raised a total of $1,194,118.

Source: Follow the Money

Committees

Committees

Chair: Counties Cities and Towns
Appropriations
Privileges and Elections
Rules

Subcommittees

Chair: Appropriations – Commerce, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Technology Subcommittee
Appropriations – Compensation and Retirement Subcommittee
Appropriations – General Government and Capital Outlay Subcommittee
Appropriations – Health and Human Resources Subcommittee
Appropriations – Special Subcommittee on Amazon
Privileges and Elections – Subcommittee #1
Rules – Standards of Conduct Subcommittee

Appointments

Other Commission & Committee Appointments
   Commerce, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Technology Subcommittee
Gubernatorial Appointments – Joint Subcommittee on
Health Care, Joint Commission on
House Appropriations
House Counties Cities and Towns
House Privileges and Elections
House Rules
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Board of Trustees
State Training Centers, The Special Joint Subcommittee to Consult on the Plan to Close
Unemployment Compensation, Commission on
War Memorial Board, Virginia

Voting Record

See: Vote Smart

New Legislation

Source: Virginia Legislative Information System

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Lindsey DoughertyLindsey Dougherty

Current Position: Analyst for Chesterfield County
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2019 State Delegate

Overview: N/A

Summary

Current Position: Analyst for Chesterfield County
Affiliation: Democrat
Candidate: 2019 State Delegate

Overview: N/A

About

Source: Campaign page

Lindsey Dougherty has made the public sector her life’s work. She believes the lives of Virginians can be improved through strategic investments in the local economy and will work to build up our communities through new opportunities. In Lindsey’s professional career she has worked extensively with at-risk youth in Juvenile Justice, partnering with community organizations that built both life and job skills. She has worked with state and local governments to increase access to better health through recreation and art. Lindsey currently works in the Budget and Management Department as an analyst for Chesterfield County, providing fiscal oversight and working with community facing departments on their operating, capital improvement plan, and long term budgets.

Lindsey is originally from Knoxville, TN. After completing her BA at the University of Tennessee, she and her husband moved to the Raleigh area in North Carolina to complete their respective graduate programs. Lindsey has a Master’s in Public Administration from North Carolina State University. She moved to Virginia in 2017, with her husband and two children, to pursue new job opportunities and set down roots in the community. She has been an active volunteer with many meaningful organizations and wants to engage with her neighbors in House District 62 as a candidate with ‘every-day, real world experience’, sometimes working multiple jobs at a time to make ends meet, while also attending school full-time, and raising a family. In Lindsey, you will have someone champion your goals and turn them into action at the state level, improving the lives of all 82,000 constituents in the district.

Lindsey believes that communities do better when everyone is safe, healthy, and is engaged with their neighbors. She is excited to get to work, to meet with you and your families, building a community everyone is engaged in. Lindsey’s goals for this campaign are to improve the local and state economies, increase access to all types of jobs, enhance the health and well-being of our citizens, create access and affordability to all types of education, all while increasing civic engagement so that everyone in the district has a voice and is heard.

Web

Campaign Site, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram

Issues

Source: Campaign page

Lindsey is focusing her campaign on areas that will build up our diverse communities in Chesterfield, Hopewell, and Prince George, while directly improving the lives of our neighbors that live here.
 
EDUCATION

  • Offer free community college classes AND trade school programs to in-state students.
  • Streamline course credit acceptance across the state college and university system to minimize costs to families.
  • Reduce barriers to families with special needs children in public schools, allowing access to comprehensive services sooner.
  • Universal Pre-K programs available to all 3 and 4 year old children.

ECONOMY & JOBS

  • Improve pay for Virginia teachers and school support staff; raising starting and experienced pay levels to above the average for mid-Atlantic states.
  • Raise the state minimum wage to better support all Virginia families.
  • Assist families struggling with care-giving costs for children and/or seniors through subsidy programs while also improving options for families that need flexible care schedules.
  • Promote affordable housing initiatives.
  • Review and strengthen financial consumer protections.

HEALTH & WELL-BEING

  • Improve access to quality and affordable mental healthcare; including substance abuse and addiction programs.
  • Expand access to emergency beds for acute mental health crisis patients.
  • Work to transition military personnel and their families, from active duty roles to veteran roles in the community.
  • Implement commonsense gun safety solutions that reduce gun violence across our communities.

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT & CIVIL RIGHTS

  • Move the commonwealth forward with new criminal justice reform legislation, including the decriminalization of marijuana.
  • Implement in-person early voting schedules for general elections.
  • Pass the Equal Right’s Amendment (ERA).
  • Advocate for women’s right to improved healthcare outcomes and protect all reproductive rights.
  • Environmental policies that increase use of renewable energies, bolster protections and water quality to the tributaries of the Chesapeake, and commit to education programs that will reduce waste and increase recycling rates/compliance.

Twitter

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Carrie CoynerCarrie Coyner

Current Position: State Delegate
Affiliation: Republican

As a parent, I want the best for my children and yours – safe, nurturing schools; highly qualified teachers; and equal opportunities for every child. As a small business owner, I want graduates who are prepared for the workforce with strong values, critical thinking skills, and a drive to work hard. I want high quality, good paying jobs for our families.

Summary

Current Position: State Delegate
Affiliation: Republican

As a parent, I want the best for my children and yours – safe, nurturing schools; highly qualified teachers; and equal opportunities for every child. As a small business owner, I want graduates who are prepared for the workforce with strong values, critical thinking skills, and a drive to work hard. I want high quality, good paying jobs for our families.

About

Carrie Coyner 1

Source: Campaign page

Carrie was elected to the Chesterfield County School Board in November 2011 and has passionately served her community for eight years. She is the owner and founder of RudyCoyner, Attorneys at Law, located in Chesterfield where she has practiced business and real estate law for almost 15 years. Carrie holds bachelor’s degrees in Spanish language and U.S. government from the University of Virginia and a juris doctorate from the University of Richmond, School of Law.

Carrie has served on the Board of Management for the Chester YMCA, Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee for Chesterfield County, Board of Directors for the Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce, Elizabeth Scott Elementary School PTA Board, and currently serves as the children’s choir director and adult Sunday school teacher at Chester United Methodist Church. Carrie and her husband Matt, have three children who are all students in Chesterfield County Public Schools.

SEVEN YEARS OF REAL RESULTS FOR FAMILIES

  • State-wide speaker on education and housing issues
  • Constant voice for equity in our schools
  • Chair, School Safety Task Force Working Group 4, Student Support Services
  • Leader in community revitalization projects
  • Smaller class sizes
  • More elective choices for students
  • Improved safety in our schools
  • Wellness initiatives in elementary schools
  • After school learning centers in our community
  • Expanded backpack food ministries
  • Supported upgrades to the auditorium sound system, parking lot lighting and baseball stadium at Thomas Dale High School
  • Led efforts in renaming Carver College & Career Academy
  • Increased English as a Second Language teachers in our schools
  • New construction – Enon Elementary & Harrowgate Elementary Schools
  • Increased musical instruments in our schools

Web

Campaign Site

Politics

Recent Elections

2019 State DelegateArray

Carrie Emerson Coyner (R)13,18255.10%
Lindsey M. Dougherty (D)10,70144.73%
Write-In (Write-in)400.17%
TOTAL23,923
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