2nd Congressional District Leadership


Congressman Scott Taylor

Scott was raised on the Delmarva Peninsula in a little hamlet named Hebron in Maryland. At age 11, he began working on a farm and soon after was introduced to the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program of America. The program forever changed his life and set him on a path from the Virginia shore to the Iraq desert.

Shortly after graduation, Scott decided to enlist in the Navy. He signed up to join one of the most feared fighting forces in the world, the Navy SEALS. After completing the six-month BUD/S training course in Coronado, California, Scott was assigned to SEAL Team 4 and served in the United States and Latin America, where he developed a fluency in Spanish.

After September 11, Scott chose to re-enlist and in 2005 was sent to Baghdad and Ramadi as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he served as a Navy SEAL sniper. While on a combat mission, Scott was severely injured and was Medevac’d out of Iraq to Germany, then eventually back to the States.

In 2013, Scott became a member of the House of Delegates, where he represented the 85th District which is principally the Kempsville and Town Center area in Virginia Beach. With the help of his GI Bill, Scott earned a degree in International Relations from Harvard University Extension and is currently pursuing his masters in the same field. He holds a Master’s Certificate in Government Contracting at Old Dominion University.

In January, 2017, Scott was sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives as Congressman for Virginia’s Second District. He is the first freshman member from Virginia to ever be appointed to the Appropriations Committee for a full term.

As a Member of Congress, one of Scott’s primary goals is to give his constituents a voice on the House Appropriations Committee, which oversees federal expenditures. As a combat veteran, Scott is working to ensure veterans and their families are taken care of, our economy continues to improve, and national security remains a top priority.

District Offices
Washington, DC Office
412 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515P: 202-225-4215
F: 202-225-4218
Mon-Fri 9:00 – 5:00 

Virginia Beach
1 Columbus Ctr.,
Suite 900
Virginia Beach, VA 23462P: 757-364-7650
F: 757-497-3654 

Eastern Shore
5020 Shore Parkway,
Suite 1B
Onley, VA 23418P: 757-646-7357
F: 757-497-3654 

Yorktown
110 Mid-Atlantic Place
Yorktown, VA 23693P: 757-364-7650
F: 757-497-3654
Call for appointment 



Map of Virginia's Second Congressional District

Virginia Second Congressional District - Virginia State Senate Representatives

The Virginia Senate

The Senate of Virginia is the upper house of the Virginia General Assembly. The Senate is composed of 40 Senators representing an equal number of single-member constituent districts. The Senate is presided over by the Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. Prior to the American War of Independence, the upper house of the General Assembly was represented by the Virginia Governor’s Council, consisting of up to 12 executive counselors appointed by the Colonial Royal Governor as advisers and jurists.

The Lieutenant Governor presides daily over the Virginia Senate. In the Lieutenant Governor’s absence, the President pro Tempore presides, usually a powerful member of the majority party. The Senate is equal with the House of Delegates, the lower chamber of the legislature, except that taxation bills must originate in the House, similar to the federal U.S. Congress. Members of the Virginia Senate are elected every four years by the voters of the 40 senatorial districts on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday in November.

3rd District

Senator Tommy Norment

During his 20 years in the Senate of Virginia, Tommy Norment has earned a reputation as one of the Commonwealth’s most effective legislators. For this reason, Tommy was elected by his colleagues to serve as Majority Leader of the Senate Republicans. As a member of the Courts of Justice, Finance, Rehabilitation and Social Services, Rules, and Commerce and Labor Committees, Tommy regularly works on legislation to make our community safer and to ensure that Virginia remains the best state in which to raise a family and do business.

Tommy is a champion of Virginia’s right-to-work laws and is equally committed to promoting transparency in government. As a graduate of public schools and the father of a teacher, Tommy fully understands the need for our Commonwealth to provide a high quality education to all students. A strong advocate for higher education, he has worked tirelessly to ensure our public colleges and universities remain at the top of the national rankings.

Contact

P.O. Box 6205
Williamsburg, VA 23188

Phone: 757.259.7810
senator@senatornorment.com
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7th District

Senator Frank Wagner

Frank Wagner is a senior member of the Senate of Virginia, representing the Seventh Senate District, which includes the western half of Virginia Beach and northeastern Norfolk. Prior to serving in the Senate, Frank served in the House of Delegates.

Frank Wagner is a job creator and entrepreneur. He is the former President of Davis Boat Works, Inc., a premier small boat repair firm in Newport News that Frank founded. The company’s principal customer is the US Defense Department. Frank knows firsthand how important military spending is to our local economy and how important it is that Virginia is economically competitive in our global economy.

Frank Wagner is a U.S. Naval Academy graduate with a B.S. degree in Ocean Engineering. In the United States Navy, Frank served as a diving and salvage officer and an engineering duty officer. Frank is a tireless champion for military service members, veterans and their families.

Contact

PO Box 68008
Virginia Beach, VA 23471

Phone: 757.228.3333
info@wagnervasenate.com
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14th District

Senator John Cosgrove

Elected in 2001, to the House and later to the Senate, John has focused his efforts on improving public safety, education, transportation and protecting the Chesapeake Bay, as well as working hard to protect our family values.
John was born in Montgomery, Alabama and later moved to Springfield, Virginia. He was first elected to office in 1998 as City Council Member for the City of Chesapeake and served as Vice Mayor from 2000-01. In 2001 he was elected to the Virginia General Assembly.
John attended Shenandoah College and Conservatory of Music to study his love of music. He later continued his education and graduated from Tidewater Community College in 1983 and in 1985 graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology.
John served in the United States Navy as an Aerospace Engineering Officer / Maintenance Officer station with F-14 Squadron VF-202, Helicopter Combat Support Special Squadron Four (HCS-4), and Naval Air Systems Command Units.
Since being elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2001, John has demonstrated strong commitment to his constituents.

Contact

P. O. Box 15483
Chesapeake, VA 23328

Phone: (757) 547-3422
district14@senate.virginia.gov
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8th District

Senator Bill DeSteph

Bill DeSteph was elected to the Senate in November 2015 to represent the 8th Senatorial District.
A Desert Storm veteran, Delegate DeSteph proudly served in the United States Navy, both as a chief petty officer and later as a naval special-warfare intelligence officer.
He later joined the defense technology firm AMTI as a senior vice president and co-owner, where he assisted in the growth and eventual sale of the company.

In 2006 he began serving the first of two terms on the Virginia Beach City Council, where he earned a reputation as a fiscal conservative who consistently fought for government transparency and accountability.

DeSteph has given his time and resource to he city of Virginia Beach for years, coaching youth sports as well as volunteering for the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters, Prevent Child Abuse Hampton Roads, the Nobleman, Hampton Roads Community Care and the Naval Special Warfare Foundation.
He also serves on the Boy Scouts of America Tidewater Council Board of Directors, and is an active member of Law Enforcement United, participating in the annual “Road to Hope” bicycle ride for many years.

Contact
588 Central Drive
Virginia Beach, VA 23454

Phone: (757) 321-8180
district08@senate.virginia.gov
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Virginia Second Congressional District - Virginia House of Delegates Representatives

The Virginia House of Delegates

The Virginia House of Delegates is one of two parts in the Virginia General Assembly, the other being the Senate of Virginia. It has 100 members elected for terms of two years; unlike most states, these elections take place during odd-numbered years. The House is presided over by the Speaker of the House, who is elected from among the House membership by the Delegates. The Speaker is usually a member of the majority party and, as Speaker, becomes the most powerful member of the House. The House shares legislative power with the Senate of Virginia, the upper house of the Virginia General Assembly. The House of Delegates is the modern-day successor to the Virginia House of Burgesses, which first met at Jamestown in 1619. The House is divided into Democratic and Republican caucuses. In addition to the Speaker, there is a majority leader, majority caucus chair, minority leader, minority caucus chair, and the chairs of the several committees of the House.

The House of Burgesses was the first elected legislative body in the New World. Originally having 22 members, the House of Burgesses met from 1619 through 1632 in the choir of the church at Jamestown. From 1632 to 1699 the legislative body met at four different state houses in Jamestown. The first state house convened at the home of Colonial Governor Sir John Harvey from 1632 to 1656. The Burgesses convened at the second state house from 1656 until it was destroyed in 1660. Historians have yet to precisely identify its location.

The House has met in Virginia’s Capitol Building, designed by Thomas Jefferson, since 1788. The legislative body met from 1788 to 1904 in what is known as today the Old Hall of the House of Delegates or commonly referred to as the Old House Chamber. The Old House Chamber is part of the original Capitol building structure. It measures 76 feet in width and is filled today with furnishings that resemble what the room would have looked like during its time of use. There are many bronze and marble busts of historic Virginians on display in the Old House Chamber, including: George Mason, George Wythe, Patrick Henry, Richard Henry Lee, and Meriwether Lewis. From 1904 to 1906, University of Virginia graduate and architect John K. Peeples designed and built compatible classical wings to the west and east side of the Capitol building. The new wings added to provide more space and serve as the legislative chambers in the Virginia General Assembly, the Senate of Virginia resides in the west chamber and the House of Delegates resides in the east chamber. The General Assembly members and staff operate from offices in the General Assembly Building, located in Capitol Square. Prior to 1788 the House of Delegates met in the Colonial Capital of Williamsburg.

81st District

Delegate Barry Knight


Contact

1852 Mill Landing Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23457

Office: (757) 426-6387
DelBKnight@house.virginia.gov
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82nd District

Delegate Jason Miyares


Contact

618 Village Drive, Suite J
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454

Office: (757) 353-4696
DelJMiyares@house.virginia.gov
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83rd District

Delegate Chris Stolle


Contact

P.O. Box 5429
Virginia Beach, VA 23471

Office: (757) 633-2080
DelCStolle@house.virginia.gov
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84th District

Delegate Glenn Davis


Contact

2604 Barrett Street, Suite 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Office: (757) 802-4982
DelGDavis@house.virginia.gov
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91st District

Delegate Gordon Hesel


Contact

P.O. Box 2571
Poquoson, VA 23662

Office: (757) 969-9028
DelGHelsel@house.virginia.gov
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96th District

Delegate Brenda Pogge


Contact

P.O. Box 196
Norge, VA 23127

Office: (757) 223-9690
DelBPogge@house.virginia.gov
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100th District

Delegate Rob Bloxom


Contact

P.O. Box 27
Mappsville, VA 23407

Office: (757) 824-3456
DelRBloxom@house.virginia.gov
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Republican Party of Virginia - State Party Leadership

Republican Party of Virginia – Executive Committee

Chairman

John WhitbeckE-Mail


First Vice-Chairman

Michael E. ThomasE-Mail


National Committeeman

Morton BlackwellE-Mail


National Committeewoman

Cynthia DunbarE-Mail


Party Secretary

Jill CookE-mail


Party Treasurer

John SelphE-Mail


Legal Counsel

Chris MarstonE-Mail


Finance Chairman

The Hon. Jerry KilgoreE-Mail


Republican Party of Virginia Staff

John Findlay
Executive Director


Christie Heath
Finance Director


Frank Loehr
Chief Financial Officer


David D’Onofrio
Communications Director


Dan Dodds
Data Director


Cathy Bolden
Office Manager


John Vick
Political Director
Unit Coordinator


Republican Party of Virginia
115 E. Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23219
E-mail Info@Virginia.gop
Phone: 804-780-0111

C. Jordan Labiosa
Digital Director


Congressional District Chairmen

1st District Chairman

Eric HerrE-Mail


2nd District Chairman

Dennis FreeE-Mail


3rd District Chairman

Jennifer LeeEmail


4th District Chairman

Jack WilsonE-Mail


5th District Chairman

Lynn TuckerE-Mail


6th District Chairman

Scott SayreE-Mail


7th District Chairman

Ben SloneE-Mail


8th District Chairman

Mark KellyE-Mail


9th District Chairman

Adam TolbertE-Mail


10th District Chairman

Jo ThoburnE-Mail


11th District Chairman

Paul PradosE-Mail


College Republican Federation of Virginia Chairman

Nadia ElgendyE-Mail


Young Republicans Federation of Virginia President

Daniel WebbE-Mail


Virginia Federation of Republican Women

Ellen NauEmail


State Central Caucus Representative

The Honorable Jackson MillerE-Mail


State Central Caucus Representative

The Honorable John CosgroveE-Mail


Eastern Vice Chairman

Kevin GentryE-Mail


Eastern Vice Chairwoman

Diana Y. BanisterE-Mail


Western Vice Chairman

Wendell WalkerE-Mail


Western Vice Chairwoman

Nancy DyeE-Mail

State Central Committee

1st Congressional District Representatives

Steve AlbertsonE-Mail

Robert WatsonE-Mail

Larry KileE-Mail

Robert CunninghamCongressionalE-Mail

The Honorable Carol G. DawsonPresidentialE-Mail


2nd Congressional District Representatives

Jeff RyerE-Mail

The Honorable Carolyn WeemsE-Mail

The Honorable Ashley McLeodE-Mail

The Honorable Chad GreenCongressionalE-Mail

Wesley EdwardsPresidentialE-Mail


3rd Congressional District Representatives

Bill CoburnE-Mail

Carole de TriquetE-Mail

Steve TrentE-Mail


4th Congressional District Representatives

Barbara TabbE-Mail

Pete BurkhimerE-Mail

Carey AllenE-Mail


5th Congressional District Representatives

Renee MaxeyE-Mail

Ed YenshoEmail

JoAnne HoldenEmail

Will KirkCongressionalEmail

Travis WittPresidentialEmail


6th Congressional District Representatives

Dr. Steven TroxelE-Mail

Nate BoyerE-Mail

Joseph SonsmithE-Mail

Carrie ThompsonCongressionalE-Mail

Anne J. FitzgeraldPresidentialE-Mail


7th Congressional District Representatives

Dewey McDonnellE-Mail

The Honorable Susan LascoletteE-Mail

Ronald HedlundE-Mail

VacantCongressionalE-mail

Mark HilePresidentialE-Mail


8th Congressional District Representatives

Charles KellerE-Mail

Sandy Liddy BourneE-Mail

David FosterE-Mail

 
 
 


9th Congressional District Representatives

Michelle JenkinsE-Mail

Corey ScottE-Mail

Susan EdwardsE-Mail

Aaron SpradlinCongressionalE-Mail

Marcy HernickPresidentialE-Mail


10th Congressional District Representatives

Mark SellE-Mail

Puneet AhluwaliaE-Mail

Eve GleasonE-Mail

Andrew NicholsonCongressionalE-Mail



  
11th Congressional District Representatives

Kyle McDanielE-Mail

Fredy BurgosE-Mail

Ryan RaunerE-Mail


College Republican Federation of Virginia

Jack KoltiskoFirst Vice-ChairmanE-Mail

Jacob NeffSecond Vice-ChairmanE-Mail



  
Young Republicans Federation of Virginia

Michael WoodE-Mail

Jeff WernsingE-Mail

Virginia Federation of Republican Women

Miki MillerE-Mail

Elizabeth “Jenny” MundyE-Mail

Virginia House of Delegates Caucus Representative

The Honorable Jimmie MassieE-Mail


Virginia Senate Caucus Representative

The Honorable Siobhan DunnavantE-Mail


Republican Party of Virginia - Second Congressional District Chairman Dennis Free

Chairman Dennis Free

Dennis Free is a native of Maryland, but moved to Virginia to attend the Virginia Commonwealth University. In 1977, he graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. in Administration of Justice and Public Safety. In 1978, he settled in Virginia Beach when he joined the Virginia Beach Police Department. Dennis served on the Virginia Beach Police Department for 28 years with distinction, as he has been awarded the Silver Star for Bravery, Medal of Merit for Bravery, and the Life Saving Medal.

He worked in Uniform Patrol, Beat Operations, Street Crime Tactical Operations, Special Operations, SWAT and the Office of Professional Standards. While on the Virginia Beach Police Department, Dennis also obtained his Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Old Dominion University, where he finished as the top graduate and was awarded the Wolfgang Pender Award for outstanding academic achievement. In 2006, Dennis retired from the police force with the rank of Captain.

Even after Dennis retired from the Virginia Beach Police Department, he continued to serve and protect by joining the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office. In 2006, Sheriff Paul Lanteigne appointed Dennis Chief Deputy. As Chief Deputy, Dennis supervised the fiscal operation of the office, analyzed the budget, coordinated schedules, and evaluated the effectiveness of existing programs. In 2010, Dennis easily transitioned to his current position of Undersheriff after Sheriff Stolle appointed him to the position. Dennis oversees over 500 employees to ensure an effective operation of the office.

As Undersheriff, Dennis proposed legislative changes to allow inmates to clean graffiti from private property, which saved the city $20,000 each year. Moreover, Dennis was integral in developing a new 5-year food contract for inmates, which resulted in saving $350,000 each year over the life of the contract. He also revised inmate canteen procedures that resulted in a doubling of revenues to $500,000 a year, which offset the costs of operation.
Not only has Dennis worked in law enforcement for over 30 years, he has also been involved in the local community in order to make Virginia Beach a better place to live. Dennis served as the Chief Executive Officer on a project to build a National Aviation Monument, which honors veterans in naval aviation. This monument is located on 25th Street. Dennis obtained private funding for this project without any cost to taxpayers. In addition, Dennis is on the Board of Directors for the Assisi House, which is an organization that seeks to build affordable housing for mentally disabled adults. The organization’s mission is to provide this service at no cost to taxpayers.

Dennis serves on the Board of Directors for the Pungo Strawberry Festival, which is an event that attracts more than 200,000 visitors each year and has raised in excess of $800,000 to provide scholarships for deserving students. Dennis is a member of numerous organizations, including the Fraternal Order of Police, Police Association of Virginia, Virginia Sheriff’s Association, Police Supervisor’s Association, American Correctional Association, Naval Institute, Knights of Columbus, Virginia Gang Investigators Association, and American Society of Public Administrators.

Dennis has been married to his wife Cindy for over 30 years. They have one son, Chris, who is a graduate of Barton College.
In his spare time, Dennis enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, lifting weights, sports shooting, and playing golf.