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She won re-election in 2009, defeating [[Henry Otis Brown]] in the general election.<ref>[http://wtop.com/?nid=605 ''WTOP'' 2009 Election Results]</ref>  
 
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The "issues" section of Delegate McQuinn's official website does not actually list any of her positions on issues.<ref>[http://www.delegatemcquinn.org/issue Delegate McQuinn ''Issues'']</ref>
  

Revision as of 11:47, 21 April 2010

Delores McQuinn
Virginia House of Delegates District 70
Incumbent
Assumed office
2009
Current term ends
January 2012
Political party Democrat
Profession Legislator
Website Delegate Delores McQuinn
Delores McQuinn is a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 70 since 2009, after being elected in a special election.

She won re-election in 2009, defeating Henry Otis Brown in the general election.[1]

Issue positions

The "issues" section of Delegate McQuinn's official website does not actually list any of her positions on issues.[2]

Committee membership

2010-2012 committees:

Co-sponsored legislation

  • HB 2200 Every Woman's Life Breast and Cervical Cancer Fund; established.
  • HB 2385 Discrimination; prohibited in public employment based on race, color, religion, etc.
  • HB 2500 'A Place of My Own' Program; Department of Social Services to develop.[3]

Major donors

The top 5 donors to McQuinn's 2009 campaign:[4]

Contributor 2009 total
Virginia Democratic Party $7,552
Virginia Legislative Black Caucus $5,000
Margaret Freund $3,373
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers $2,000
Dominion $2,000

External links

References