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:: ''See also: [[State legislative special elections, 2011]]''
:: ''See also: [[State legislative special elections, 2011]]''
Stanley faces Democrat [[Hank Davis]] in the January 11, 2011 special election to [[Virginia State Senate]] District 19.  
Stanley faces Democrat [[Hank Davis]] in the January 11, 2011 special election to [[Virginia State Senate]] District 19.
==Campaign funds==
Stanley has raised $64,875 in campaign funds. His opponent, [[Hank Davis]] (D), has raised $52,258.<ref>[http://voices.washingtonpost.com/virginiapolitics/2011/01/republicans_outraise_opponents.html ''Washington Post,'' "Republicans outraise opponents for Virginia special elections," January 3, 2011]</ref>

Revision as of 11:07, 6 January 2011

Bill Stanley
Candidate for
Virginia State Senate, District 19

Political party Republican
Profession Attorney
Website Campaign website
Bill Stanley is the Republican Party candidate for the 2011 special election to District 19 of the Virginia State Senate. The special election takes place on January 11, 2011.

Stanley, the son of a navy pilot, moved to Franklin County in his youth. He graduated from Hampden Sydney College and the D.C. School of Law. He began his law practice with Gil Davis, a former candidate for attorney general. At this practice, Stanly was involved in the case of Paula Jones v. Bill Clinton, which allowed civil lawsuits against a sitting president.[1] In 1999, he returned to Franklin County to practice law and support his mother's goal of becoming a lawyer. He has served as the Franklin County Republican Chairman and the 5th District Republican Party Chairman.[2]

Campaign themes


Stanley's 2011 special election campaign site list's his campaign promises:

  • I will never vote to raise your taxes or user fees at any time.
  • I will fight to reduce state spending and the size of state government.
  • I will fight to protect our rural, conservative values & way of life here in the 19th State Senate district.
  • I will fight to keep the “19th the 19th” during this year of re-districting. Southern Campbell, Franklin, Pittsylvania counties & the City of Danville are the power in the south to counter the influence of Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads. We cannot split this senatorial district up as the democrats in the State Senate want.
  • I will fight to strengthen our immigration policy – I will ensure that our commonwealth will enforce the state law if the federal government will not.
  • I support the “Repeal Amendment,” and will be a stalwart in preserving the sovereignty of the Commonwealth of Virginia over the over-reaching power of the federal government.
  • I will always fight to protect human life as sacred, and will defend our citizen’s right to keep and bear arms under the 2nd amendment of our Constitution.
  • I will strictly adhere to the United States & Virginia Constitutions, as well as the Republican Creed.
  • I will fight to reduce taxes & and the crushing government regulations on small businesses in order to make the 19th a business-friendly area for new businesses to start, and existing businesses to expand and grow.
  • I will never vote for a bill that will raise our utility rates.
  • I will seek to lessen the grip of AEP on the rights of individual property owners around Smith Mountain and Leesville Lakes.
  • I will support Del. Kathy Byron’s bill to repeal the law that made HPV vaccinations mandatory for the daughters of Virginia parents.



See also: State legislative special elections, 2011

Stanley faces Democrat Hank Davis in the January 11, 2011 special election to Virginia State Senate District 19.

Campaign funds


Stanley has raised $64,875 in campaign funds. His opponent, Hank Davis (D), has raised $52,258.[3]



Bill Stanley For Senate

13508 Booker T Washington Hwy

Moneta, VA 24121

Phone: 540-243-0834

Email: To email the campaign use the webform here.

External links

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State legislative candidates endorsed by Tea Party organizations


Stanley has been endorsed by:

  • The Lynchburg Tea Party [4]