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Hatfield was re-elected to the [[West Virginia House of Delegates]] District 30.  She was one of fourteen candidates running for the seven District 30 Delegate positions on the ballot in the [[West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010#List of candidates|November 2, 2010]] general election.  She was opposed in the general election by Republican candidates [[Daniel "Rick" Barnett]], [[Michael Scott Hall]], [[Brian F. Hicks]], [[Fred Joseph]], [[Eric Nelson]], [[Jim Strawn]], and [[Steve Sweeney]]; Democratic incumbents [[Bonnie Brown]], [[Nancy Guthrie]], [[Mark Hunt]], [[Douglas Skaff, Jr.]], [[Sharon Spencer]], and [[Danny Wells]]. The seven top vote-getters were elected.<ref>[http://apps.sos.wv.gov/elections/results/results.aspx?year=2010&eid=6&county=Statewide ''West Virginia Secretary of State'', "Statewide Results - General Election - November 2, 2010," accessed February 11, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://apps.sos.wv.gov/elections/results/results.aspx?year=2010&eid=5&county=Statewide ''West Virginia Secretary of State'', "Statewide Results - Primary Election - May 11, 2010," accessed February 11, 2014]</ref>{{Votepercentbox |
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Hatfield was re-elected to the [[West Virginia House of Delegates]] District 30.  She was one of fourteen candidates running for the seven District 30 Delegate positions on the ballot in the [[West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010#List of candidates|November 2, 2010]], general election.  She was opposed in the general election by Republican candidates [[Daniel "Rick" Barnett]], [[Michael Scott Hall]], [[Brian F. Hicks]], [[Fred Joseph]], [[Eric Nelson]], [[Jim Strawn]], and [[Steve Sweeney]]; Democratic incumbents [[Bonnie Brown]], [[Nancy Guthrie]], [[Mark Hunt]], [[Douglas Skaff, Jr.]], [[Sharon Spencer]], and [[Danny Wells]]. The seven top vote-getters were elected.<ref>[http://apps.sos.wv.gov/elections/results/results.aspx?year=2010&eid=6&county=Statewide ''West Virginia Secretary of State'', "Statewide Results - General Election - November 2, 2010," accessed February 11, 2014]</ref><ref>[http://apps.sos.wv.gov/elections/results/results.aspx?year=2010&eid=5&county=Statewide ''West Virginia Secretary of State'', "Statewide Results - Primary Election - May 11, 2010," accessed February 11, 2014]</ref>{{Votepercentbox |
 
   office = West Virginia House of Delegates, District 30 General Election (2010)
 
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Barbara Hatfield
Hatfield barbara.jpg
West Virginia House of Delegates District 30
Incumbent
In office
1984-1990, 1999-December 1, 2012
Term ends
January 9, 2013
Years in position (current service)15
Years in position (previous service)6
PartyDemocratic
Compensation
Base salary$20,000/year
Per diem$131/day during session
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 2, 2010
First elected1998
Term limitsN/A
Education
OtherRN, Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing, Charlotte, 1958
Personal
BirthdayDecember 7, 1935
Place of birthCharleston, West Virginia
ProfessionRegistered Nurse
ReligionFirst Presbyterian
Websites
Office website
Campaign website
CandidateVerification
Barbara "Bobbie" Hatfield (b. December 17, 1935) is a former Democratic member of the West Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 30 from 1998 to 2012. Hatfield previously served in the House of Delegates from 1984 to 1990.

Hatfield is a 2014 Democratic candidate for District 35 of the West Virginia House of Delegates.

Biography

Hatfield earned her RN from Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing in Charlotte in 1958. Her professional experience includes working as a registered nurse, rural health consultant, and as an adjunct professor at the following schools: Mountain State University, Mountain State College, Beckley and the College of West Virginia, Beckley.[1]

Committee assignments

2011-2012

In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Hatfield served on these committees:

2009-2010

In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Hatfield served on these committees:

Issues

Campaign themes

Hatfield's website highlighted the following campaign themes:

  • Children's health care
  • Reducing prescription drug costs
  • Assuring our schools are safe, healthy
  • Protecting the rights of senior citizens
  • Foster Care
  • Making health care available and affordable
  • Elimination of the state's debt

Elections

2014

See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2014

Elections for the office of West Virginia House of Delegates will take place in 2014. A primary election took place May 13, 2014. The general election will be held on November 4, 2014. The signature-filing deadline for candidates wishing to run in this election was January 25, 2014. District 35 is represented by four delegates. Andrew Byrd, Thornton Cooper, Barbara Hatfield and Sherri Wong defeated John Caudill, IV, David Harless, Bret Nida, Joe Wallace and Gary Winter in the Democratic primary. Incumbents J.B. McCuskey, Eric Nelson, and Suzette Raines and Chris Stansbury defeated Richard McGinnis and Marie Sprouse-McDavid in the Republican primary. Byrd, Cooper, Hatfield, Wong, McCuskey, Nelson, Stansbury and Sprouse-McDavid will face off in the general election. Raines withdrew from the race due to personal reasons and allegations from Democrats.[2] She was replaced by Sprouse-McDavid on the general election ballot.[3][4]

West Virginia House of Delegates, District 35 Democratic Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngBobbie Hatfield 21.2% 3,601
Green check mark transparent.pngAndrew Byrd 14.8% 2,510
Green check mark transparent.pngSherri Wong 14.3% 2,435
Green check mark transparent.pngThornton Cooper 13.1% 2,232
John Caudill, IV 11.6% 1,976
Bret Nida 9% 1,539
Gary Winter 6.5% 1,114
David Harless 5% 851
Joe Wallace 4.4% 753
Total Votes 17,011
West Virginia House of Delegates, District 35 Republican Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngEric Nelson Incumbent 24.9% 2,952
Green check mark transparent.pngSuzette Raines Incumbent 21.6% 2,563
Green check mark transparent.pngJ.B. McCuskey Incumbent 20.6% 2,445
Green check mark transparent.pngChris Stansbury 15.1% 1,789
Marie Sprouse-McDavid 10.8% 1,285
Richard McGinnis 6.9% 819
Total Votes 11,853

2012

See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2012

Hatfield ran for re-election in the 2012 election for West Virginia House of Delegates, District 35. Hatfield advanced past the May 8 primary election and was defeated in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.[5][6][7]

2010

See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2010

Hatfield was re-elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates District 30. She was one of fourteen candidates running for the seven District 30 Delegate positions on the ballot in the November 2, 2010, general election. She was opposed in the general election by Republican candidates Daniel "Rick" Barnett, Michael Scott Hall, Brian F. Hicks, Fred Joseph, Eric Nelson, Jim Strawn, and Steve Sweeney; Democratic incumbents Bonnie Brown, Nancy Guthrie, Mark Hunt, Douglas Skaff, Jr., Sharon Spencer, and Danny Wells. The seven top vote-getters were elected.[8][9]

West Virginia House of Delegates, District 30 General Election (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Douglas Skaff, Jr. (D) 19,335 8.79%
Green check mark transparent.png Eric Nelson (R) 17,603 8.00%
Green check mark transparent.png Daniel Wells (D) 17,197 7.81%
Green check mark transparent.png Barbara Hatfield (D) 17,186 7.81%
Green check mark transparent.png Bonnie Brown (D) 16,920 7.69%
Green check mark transparent.png Mark Hunt (D) 16,498 7.50%
Green check mark transparent.png Nancy Guthrie (D) 16,301 7.41%
Sharon Spencer (D) 15,686 7.13%
Fred Joseph (R) 15,329 6.97%
Brian Hicks (R) 15,001 6.82%
Michael Hall(R) 14,923 6.78%
James Strawn (R) 14,180 6.44%
Daniel Barnett (R) 12,119 5.51%
Steven Sweeney (R) 11,808 5.37%
West Virginia House of Delegates, District 30 Democratic Primary (2010)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Douglas Skaff, Jr. (D) 6,520 9.26%
Green check mark transparent.png Bonnie Louise Brown (D) 6,485 9.21%
Green check mark transparent.png Barbara Ann Hatfield (D) 5,823 8.27%
Green check mark transparent.png Daniel Bundy Wells (D) 5,447 7.74%
Green check mark transparent.png Sharon Marie Spencer (D) 3,338 11.44%
Green check mark transparent.png Mark A. Hunt (D) 5,158 7.33%
Green check mark transparent.png Nancy Peoples Guthrie (D) 4,934 7.01%
E. C. "Bud" Anderson (D) 2,488 3.53%
Rod Harless (D) 2,374 3.37%
Joseph Andre Wallace(D) 1,961 2.79%
Steven Arlo Cook (D) 1,653 2.35%
Gary Eugene Holstein (D) 1,490 2.12%
Harold Verdayne Meade, Jr. (D) 1,273 1.81%

2008

See also: West Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2008

In 2008, Hatfield was re-elected to the West Virginia House District 30. Douglas Skaff (D) finished with 24,625 votes and was followed by Danny Wells (D) with 24,019 votes, Bonnie Brown (D) with 23,353 votes, Barbara Hatfield (D) with 22,709 votes, Mark Hunt (D) with 21,635 votes, Sharon Spencer (D) with 21,541 votes, Nancy Guthrie (D) with 20,285 votes, Fred Joseph (R) with 18,653 votes, John Miller (R) with 17,992 votes, Bud Anderson (R) with 16,217 votes, Todd Carden (R) with 15,286 votes, Victoria Casey (R) with 14,250 votes, Edward Burgess (R) with 13,282 votes, Lance Vaughan (R) with 12,733 votes and John Welbourn (R) with 3,940 votes. Hatfield raised $47,956 for her campaign fund.[10]

West Virginia House District 30
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Douglas Skaff (D) 24,265
Green check mark transparent.png Danny Wells (D) 24,019
Green check mark transparent.png Bonnie Brown (D) 23,353
Green check mark transparent.png Barbara Hatfield (D) 22,709
Green check mark transparent.png Mark Hunt (D) 21,635
Green check mark transparent.png Sharon Spencer (D) 21,541
Green check mark transparent.png Nancy Guthrie (D) 20,285
Fred Joseph (R) 18,653
John Miller (R) 17,992
Bud Anderson (R) 16,217
Todd Carden (R) 15,286
Victoria Casey (R) 14,250
Edward Burgess (R) 13,282
Lance Vaughan (R) 12,733
John Welbourn (M) 3,940

Campaign donors

2010

In 2010, Hatfield received $40,525 in campaign donations. The top contributors are listed below.[11]

West Virginia House of Delegates 2010 election - Campaign Contributions
Top contributors to Barbara Hatfield's campaign in 2010
West Virginia Regional Council Of Carpenters$2,000
West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association$2,000
West Virginia Appalachian Laborers District Council$2,000
West Virginia AFL-CIO$2,000
West Virginia Building & Construction Trades Council$2,000
Total Raised in 2010 $40,525

2008

In 2008, when Hatfield won re-election to the House of Delegates, she collected $47,956 in donations.[12]

Her largest contributors in 2008 were:

Donor Amount
West Virginia Building & Construction Trades Council $2,000
West Virginia Laborers District Council $2,000
West Virginia Trial Lawyers Association $2,000
West Virginia Regional Council of Carpenters $2,000
West Virginia Federation of Teachers $1,500

Personal

Hatfield is divorced and has three children.

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West Virginia House of Representatives District 30
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