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Martha Mugler

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Martha Mugler

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Martha Mugler is a Hampton City School Board member who defeated Democrat Michael Wade, in the 2019 Democratic primary for redistricted HD-91.

A 10 year veteran of the Hampton School Board, Martha has a lifelong history of public service and dedication to the community. She has lived, worked, and raised her family in the district and she has served on the Virginia 529/Able Now Board, the Hampton Arts Foundation Board, Downtown Hampton Child Development Center Board, the Educational Advisory Committee of Hampton Roads Educational Telecommunications Association for WHRO and is passionate about education, equal rights for all Virginians, and the environment.

 Issues 

Martha will fight for:

➔ Healthcare +

  • Ensuring access and affordability
  • Protecting individuals with pre-existing conditions
  • Women's health
  • Mental health care access and coverage
  • ➔ Education +

    Education is Mugler's top priority. She would introduce a scholarship program aimed at recruiting teachers for high-need locations and subject areas. 2

    ➔ Workforce +

  • Making investments in our workforce
  • Supporting the Virginia Advanced Energy Economy
  • Supporting V3 (Virginia Values Veterans)
  • ➔ Environment/Energy +

  • Protecting the Chesapeake Bay
  • Addressing effects of climate change and sea level rise
  • Learn more about these issues on Martha's website

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    Republican Opponent

    Colleen Holcomb

    Colleen Holmes Holcomb is running for the House of Delegates in District 91

     District Profile 

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    Hampton City, York County, Poquoson City

    Voting Trend

    2018: Kaine received 57% of the vote.*
    2017: Northam received 54% of the vote.*
    2017 (HD election): Dem received 43%
    2016: Clinton received 49% of the vote.*
    2015 (HD election): No Dem candidate


    *Stats recalculated per 2019 redisticting

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    Statistics from VPAP, January 2019/May 2019.