Challengers who defeated incumbents in 2013's state legislative elections

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For the incumbents who were defeated by these challengers, see: Incumbents defeated in 2013's state legislative elections.

Challengers who won primaries

Two state legislative challengers defeated incumbents in primaries in the 2013 state legislative elections. Both were Republican incumbents from the Virginia House of Delegates.

See also: State senate elections, 2013 and State house elections, 2013

220 seats of the country's 7,383 state legislative seats are up for election in the November 5, 2013 state legislative elections. In 205 (93.4%) of the 220 seats up for election on November 5, the incumbent ran for re-election.

Of those 205 seats, 15 incumbents faced a primary challenger. Two primary challengers defeated an incumbent, representing 13.3% of all incumbent-challenger primary contests in 2013.

Challengers who won in general election

Results will display after the election on November 5.

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