Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 35 since 1980

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview:

Dick Saslaw proudly serves Virginia’s 35th Senate District and as Democratic Leader in the Senate of Virginia. His distinguished public service has brought about real, positive results for families in Northern Virginia.

Throughout his tenure in the General Assembly, Dick has fought for investments in public K-12 and higher education, fought to improve the social safety net, maintain Virginia’s business-friendly climate, and find solutions for Northern Virginia’s transportation problems. In Richmond, he has distinguished himself for his ability to work across the aisle to get results.

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 36 since 2016

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview:

Scott is a co-founding partner and owner of Surovell Isaacs & Levy PLC, an 18-attorney law firm in Fairfax dedicated to helping Northern Virginia’s people and small businesses solve their legal problems.

Surovell has been a leader in the Virginia General Assembly on government transparency, criminal justice reform, consumer protection and environmental protection. In 2016, Surovell passed legislation requiring government officials to redact public documents instead of withholding entire records  and passed similar legislation applying to homeowner, condo and cooperative associations the following year.

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 13 since 2016

Former Positions: State Delegate for VA House District 87

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview:

Delegate John Bell is a retired member of the United States Air Force. He served almost 26 years before retiring as a Major in 2007. During his Air Force career, John served as a Finance Officer all over the world, including tours in support of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

John has worked across party lines to pass Medicaid expansion, increase school funding and teacher pay, fight for common-sense gun safety reforms and champion policies to address the opioid addiction crisis

VA Senate – NoVA Districts

The Northern Virginia senate districts include: Districts 13, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, and 39. All NoVA senate districts are represented by Democrats except for Senate District 27 which is represented by Republican Jill Vogel.

The GMU onAir Chapter curates posts in the NoVA region.

Contact Jacob Adams at jacob.adams@onair.cc to become a Curator for one or more of the posts in the NoVA region.

Jill Vogel

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 27 since 2008

Affiliation: Republican

Overview: N/A

Jeremy McPike

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 29 since 2016

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview:
"Jeremy McPike is a public servant who has dedicated his life to serving our community. As a volunteer firefighter and EMT, Jeremy understands the urgency of identifying and solving challenges, and that's the approach he will take to Richmond."

Adam Ebbin

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 30 since 2012

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview: N/A

Barbara Favola

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 31 since 2012

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview: N/A

Janet Howell

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 32 since 1992

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview: N/A

Jennifer Boysko

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 33 since 2016

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview: N/A

Chap Petersen

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 34 since 2008

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview: N/A

Dave Marsden

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 37 since 2010

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview:

Elected to the Virginia Senate in 2010 in a special election, David Marsden has earned a reputation as a hard working legislator who gets things done for FairfaxCounty and the Commonwealth. Before serving in the Virginia Senate, he served 4 years in the Virginia House of Delegates.

Never afraid to put progress above partisanship, Senator Marsden has worked with Democrats and Republicans to pass legislation to relieve traffic congestion, improve education, and create jobs and he brings over 40 years of experience and expertise in the juvenile justice field to the legislature.

George Barker

Current Position: State Senator for VA Senate District 39 since 2008

Affiliation: Democrat

Overview: N/A

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