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|Virginia House of Delegates District 9|
|2008 - Present|
|Years in position||5|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 3, 2009|
|Next election||November 8, 2011|
|High school||Franklin County High School|
|Master's||George Washington University|
|Place of birth||Roanoke, VA|
Poindexter works as a program manager for Computer Sciences Corporation. He has also been Senior Principal Information Systems Engineer and Site Manager for Mitre Corporation, and a Software Developer and Manager for Systems Development Corporation.
Poindexter earned his B.S. in mathematics from Lynchburg College and his M.S. in management from the George Washington University.
- Agriculture, Chesapeake and Natural Resources Committee
- Agriculture Subcommittee
- Compensation and Retirement Subcommittee
- Economic Development Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee
- Elementary and Secondary Education Subcommittee
- Technology Oversight and Government Activities Subcommittee
- Counties, Cities and Towns
- Subcommittee #1
- HB 2269 Expenditures; annual report thereof provided by school board to be made available to public.
- HB 2274 Sex Offender Registry; not required to provide list of registrants' wanted offenses on Internet.
- HB 2275 Drug treatment courts; authorized for County of Franklin if funded through local sources. 
On November 8, 2011, Poindexter won re-election to District 9 of the Virginia House of Delegates. He was uncontested in the August 23 primary and defeated Ward Armstrong (D) the November 8 general election. Armstrong was the current District 10 incumbent, but his residency changed to District 9 after the redistricting process.
|Virginia House of Delegates, District 9 General Election, 2011|
Race heats up
Ward Armstrong has long been a verbal opponent of the Republican majority of the Virginia House. Many, including Armstrong, believe that the elimination of Armstrong's old district was an attempt to get rid of him. He has stated "This race has never been about electing Charles Poindexter. It’s been about getting rid of Ward Armstrong." Republicans deny these claims. Republican leaders have since contributed $615,000 to Poindexter's campaign. This over three times the average $200,000 being spent on similar house raises. Armsstrong has raised nearly a million dollars on his own.
In 2009, Poindexter was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated David Witcher in the General Election. 
|Virginia House of Delegates General Election, District 9 (2009)|
|Charles Poindexter (R)||16,534|
|David Witcher (I)||4,332|
Charles Poindexter announces his bid for the House of Delegates
The top 5 donors to Poindexter's 2009 campaign:
|Roanoke Valley Association of Realtors||$2,500|
|Smith Mountain Lake Republican Women's Club||$2,500|
|Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association||$2,000|
|Virginia Bankers Assoc||$2,000|
Poindexter and his wife, Janet, have six children.
- Campaign website
- Virginia House of Delegates - Rep. Poindexter
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions:2007
- Virginia Public Access Project profile
- Richmond Sunlight profile
- Charles Poindexter on Facebook
- Charles Poindexter on Twitter
- Project Vote Smart - Delegate Poindexter
- Bill Tracking - Legislation as Chief Patron
- Virginia State Board of Elections - November 2011 General Election Official Results
- The Washington Post, "Va. House of Delegates race between Armstrong, Poindexter turns heated and costly", October 22, 2011
- Virginia House of Delegates 2009 General Election Results
- Follow the Money - 2009 Campaign Contributions
|Virginia House of Delegates District 9
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State of Virginia
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