|Virginia House of Delegates District 31|
|2002 - Present|
|January 8, 2014|
|Years in position||11|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 8, 2011|
|Next election||November 5, 2013|
|Bachelor's||Virginia Military Institute, 1973|
|Master's||University of Virginia, 1981|
|Place of birth||New York, NY|
Lingamfelter served in the United States Army from 1973-2001, and has worked as a consultant for Computer Sciences Corporation. He earned his B.A. in history from the Virginia Military Institute in 1973 and his M.A. in government and foreign affairs from the University of Virginia in 1981.
In the 2012-2013 session, Lingamfelter has been appointed to the following committees:
In the 2010-2011 session, Lingamfelter served on the following committees:
- Capital Outlay Subcommittee
- Elementary and Secondary Education Subcommittee
- Technology Oversight and Government Activities Subcommittee
- Transportation Subcommittee
- Standards of Quality Subcommittee, Chair
- Teachers and Administrative Action Subcommittee
- Militia, Police and Public Safety
- Subcommittee #1
- HB 1844 Charter school, public; applicant of governing body, etc. to disclose interests during charter term.
- HB 1848 Transportation; Auditor of Public Accounts to administer operational performance audit.
- HB 1850 Medical examiner reports; admissibility of contents in any preliminary hearing.
Lingamfelter has filed paperwork to run for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in 2013. At the news conference in which he made the announcement, he said he would focus on jobs, education, government reform, public safety and support for veterans and sportsmen.
On November 8, 2011, Lingamfelter won re-election to District 31 of the Virginia House of Delegates. He was uncontested in the August 23 primary and was defeated by Roy Coffey in the November 8 general election.
|Virginia House of Delegates, District 31 General Election, 2011|
|Republican||Scott Lingamfelter Incumbent||58.7%||8,435|
In 2009, Langamfelter was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He ran unopposed.
|Virginia House of Delegates General Election, District 31 (2009)|
|Scott Lingamfelter (R)||12,704|
On his official website, Lingamfelter says he stands for "Faith, Family and Freedom - Virginia Values." He explains his platform:
- A strong faith-based value system is critical to the future of our country. Our Founders knew this and we must return to such a posture if we are to remain a great State and Nation.
- Family is the best social program ever created. Government has a profound interest in encouraging sound families if we are to produce responsible citizens.
- Freedom is our most precious right. Government's primary purpose is to protect our freedoms. These freedoms include the right to life, freedom from oppressive taxation, and the right to keep and bear arms; rights all included in the U.S. Constitution by our Founding Fathers.
In 2011, Lingamfelter received $231,697 in campaign donations. The top contributors are listed below.
|Virginia House of Delegates 2011 election - Campaign Contributions|
|Top contributors to Scott Lingamfelter's campaign in 2011|
|Howell For Delegate||$10,000|
|Majority Leader PAC||$6,000|
|Moore, Edward & Tammy||$5,000|
|Total Raised in 2011||$231,697|
|Total Votes received in 2011||8,435|
|Cost of each vote received||$27.47|
The top 5 donors to Lingamfelter's 2009 campaign:
|Gary G. Nakamoto||$4,300|
|Virginia Assoc of Realtors||$4,000|
|James W. Hazel||$3,000|
|Washington Gas Light Co||$2,500|
Lingamfelter and his wife, Shelley, have three children.
- Delegate Scott Lingamfelter official website
- Virginia House of Delegates - Rep. Lingamfelter
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions:2009, 2007, 2005, 2003, 2001
- Virginia Public Access Project profile
- Vote 4 Scott - 2007 campaign website
- ↑ Washington Post, "L. Scott Lingamfelter running for lieutenant governor," June 18, 2012
- ↑ Project Vote Smart - Delegate Lingamfelter
- ↑ Bill Tracking - Legislation as Chief Patron
- ↑ Washington Post, "Scott Lingamfelter announces run for lieutenant governor," June 28, 2012
- ↑ Virginia State Board of Elections - November 2011 General Election Official Results
- ↑ Virginia House of Delegates 2009 General Election Results
- ↑ Delegate Lingamfelter Issues
- ↑ Follow the Money - 2011 contributions
- ↑ Follow the Money - 2009 Campaign Contributions
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