Candidates

Chris Stolle, M.D.

Since he was elected to serve the citizens of Virginia’s 83rd House District, Chris has become a trusted and respected leader in the General Assembly. He currently serves on the Appropriations Committee where he is the Transportation Subcommittee Chair, Counties Cities & Towns Committee where he is the Vice Chair, and the Health Welfare & Institutions Committee. Outside of the General Assembly session, Chris serves on the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission, the Joint Commission on Health Care, the Joint Subcommittee on Coastal Flooding, the Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization, and the Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission.

Office: 
Virginia House of Delegates
District Number: 
83

Robert Bloxom

As Delegate, Bloxom serves on the House Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources Committee, House Finance Committee and the House Transportation Committee. Rob has also been appointed to the Governor’s Aerospace Advisory Council, the Joint Subcommittee to Formulate Recommendations to Address Recurrent Flooding, the Chesapeake Bay Commission, and the Board of Directors of the Virginia Rural Center. Rob was named the 2015 Legislative Rookie of the year by the Virginia Education Association and given the Champion of Economic Development Award in 2019 by the Economic Development Authority.

Office: 
Virginia House of Delegates
District Number: 
100

Elizabeth Lankford

Growing up on the Eastern Shore Elizabeth Lankford learned about hard work and character. As a young girl, she was involved in her family’s agricultural business, seeing how the government can be both necessary and intrusive. Now Elizabeth has decided to take the bold step into a run for State Senate because things haven’t gotten better while she was away. Opioids have spiraled out of control. Health insurance costs are too high. Flooding isn’t just the same problem it was a decade ago but has gotten worse. What we have right now isn’t working. It’s time for someone to step up and not just do the bare minimum needed to get re-elected. Things have to change.

Office: 
Virginia State Senate
District Number: 
6

Jen Kiggans

Jen Kiggans, former Navy pilot and nurse practitioner is running as a political outsider for Virginia’s 7th Senate district seat. The seat is currently held by retiring Senator Frank Wagner and includes parts of Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Jen’s support has been overwhelming in the few short months since she began this journey and she looks forward to continuing to share her positive message with the voters of Norfolk and Virginia Beach.

Office: 
Virginia State Senate
District Number: 
7

The Republican Party of Norfolk proudly the supports the following candidates for the November election: