2019 Democratic Candidates
Senate District 28
Qasim Rashid is a human rights attorney, an author, a media and book consultant, a speaker and a husband and father who lives in Stafford, Virginia.
Senate District 27
Ronnie Ross is a teacher, coach, and school administrator who lives near Middleburg, Virginia.
Senate District 36
Scott Survovell is the current Senator for 36th District. He is the Political Director & Campaign Chairman for the House Democratic Caucus. Scott lives in Mount Vernon, Virginia.
House District 28
Joshua Cole is a community leader, pastor, and the former Chief of Staff for Delegate Kelly Convirs-Fowler. Joshua lives in Stafford, Virginia.
House District 88
Jess Foster is a juvenile defense attorney, small businesses owner, and mother living in Remington, Virginia.
Jennifer Carroll Foy
House District 2
Jennifer Carroll Foy is the current Delegate representing the 2nd District. Jennifer Carroll Foy is a criminal defense attorney and lives in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Stafford Commonwealth's Attorney
Julia Dillon owns her own law practice in Fredericksburg. She served seven years as an Assistant County Prosecutor in Fairfield County, Ohio.
Henry Thomassen is a retired corporate financial/legal/officer for a Fortune 10 corporation.
Commissioner of the Revenue
Lorena Bruner is a community organizer who has worked with non-profits serving military families.
Supervisor Griffis-Widewater District
Tinesha Allen is a nursing student at Shenandoah University and mother of two. Tinesha has BA in Political Science from Vanderbilt University.
Supervisor RockHill District
Gwen Bell is a veteran, retired Fairfax County Sheriff Sergeant, small business owner, and mother of two.
SDC Endorsed School Board Candidates
Carol Medawar is a retired Stafford County Public School teacher and former Stafford Education Association treasurer. She is currently working on her PhD in Curriculum, Culture, and Change at Virginia Commonwealth University.
DaBora Lovitt is a community leader as a member of the Stafford County Utilities Commission, the Stafford Human Relations Commission, and Stafford’s Commission on the Status of Women. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Public Policy and Law for Juvenile Justice.
Dr. Elizabeth Warner has a PhD in Cellular-Molecular Biology and is a retired research scientist.