Jeffrey L. Campbell

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Jeffrey Campbell
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Candidate for
Virginia House of Delegates, District 6
Prior offices
Councilman, Town of Saltville
Mayor, Town of Saltville
Bachelor'sMass Communication and Political Science, Emory & Henry College
J.D.Appalachian School of Law
Military service
Service/branchU.S. Army Reserve
Years of service1993-2001
Campaign website

Jeffrey Campbell is a Republican representative-elect for District 6 of the Virginia House of Delegates.[1]


Campbell earned a B.A. in Mass Communication and Political Science from Emory & Henry College in 1992 and a J.D. from Appalachian School of Law. He has practiced law as part of Campbell Law Firm since 2000. His political experience includes six years (1998-2004) as a Councilman and six years (2004-2010) as the Mayor of Saltville, Virginia. Campbell served in the United States Army Reserve from 1993 to 2001.[2]


Campaign themes


Campbell's campaign website listed the following issues:[3]

  • Economic Development

"I will propose, if elected, to appropriate more discretionary money for localities to hire industrial recruiters and economic development professionals to level the playing field with other areas of the Commonwealth."

  • Education

"I would support legislation to allow for alterations in the school schedules to provide for a standard four-day week. This would greatly reduce transportation, infrastructure and human resources costs and offer several advantages for students, teachers and the system as a whole."

  • Public Safety

"I further support the institution of armed police officers into every school in the Commonwealth. The tragedy that has befallen places such as Sandy Hook and Columbine should never happen here at home and I believe the best way to ensure this is by providing a well-trained, well-armed security officer as a first line of defense."



See also: Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2013

Campbell won election in the 2013 election for Virginia House of Delegates District 6. Campbell defeated Jack Weaver in the June 11 Republican primary. Campbell defeated Jonathan McGrady (D) and Barbara T. Hall (I) in the general election on November 5, 2013.[4][5]

Virginia House of Delegates, District 6 General Election, 2013
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngJeffrey L. Campbell 57% 11,576
     Democratic Jonathan McGrady 36.6% 7,425
     Independent Barbara T. Hall 6.3% 1,288
     Other Write-in 0.1% 23
Total Votes 20,312

Race snapshot

See also: 2013 Elections Preview: Some seats may switch parties in the Virginia House of Delegates

Incumbent Anne B. Crockett-Stark (R) did not seek re-election, leaving the race in this usually Republican district an open seat. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney (R) won 66 percent of the vote in this district in 2012, and Governor Bob McDonnell (R) won 72 percent in 2009. Despite the uphill climb, Democrats put forward a strong bid for this seat with Jonathan McGrady, a candidate who has a concealed weapons permit, an aversion to tax increases, and a door-knocking campaign despite the occasional unfriendly dog. The addition of Independent challenger Barbara T. Hall had the potential to complicate the race for Republican candidate Campbell, but Democratic candidates were likely to win elsewhere before they scored a victory in this district.[6][7]



In 2013, Campbell was endorsed by the following:

  • Delegate Anne B. Crockett-Stark[8]
  • National Rifle Association[9]


Campbell and his wife, Carie, have four children. He is a member of the Allison Gap Ruritan Club and coaches youth football, baseball and basketball in Smyth County.

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