Former Governor Terry McAuliffe
Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy (#93 out of 100 in the House)
Senator Jennifer McClellan (#24 out of 40 in the Senate)
Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax
Delegate Lee Carter (D-Prince William-Manassas)
Senator Amanda Chase has returned to the fold will be running at the Republican convention in the Spring.
Delegate and former Speaker Kirk Cox (#10 out of 100 in the House)
Former Senator Bill Carrico (#4 out of 40 in the Senate)
Neil Chatterjee (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman)
Senator Emmett Hanger (#1 in Senate)
Businessman Pete Snyder
Pete Doran–Chairman “Let’s Win Virginia”
Sergio de la Peña
Glenn A. Youngkin, Retired co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, with even more money than McAuliffe. Billions.
Possibly Senator Bill Stanley (20th district-Southside). There’s a lot of pressure on Bill to run.
Congressman Denver Riggleman
Delegate Mark Levine, D-Alexandria
Delegate Hala Ayala (#85 out of 100 in the House)
Paul Goldman, former DPV chairman
Delegate Elizabeth Guzman (#96 out of 100 in the House)
Andria McClellan – Norfolk City Council
Sean Perryman – Fairfax NAACP
Delegate Sam Rasoul (#97 out of 100 in the House)
Andria P. McClellan, Member of Norfolk City CouncilRepublicans
Xavier Warren, Arlington businessman
Lance Allen, Fauquier County, more here
Delegate Glenn Davis (#30 out of 100 in the House)
Former Fairfax Delegate Tim Hugo (#33 out of 100 in the House)
Puneet Ahluwalia – businessman
Former Delegate Winsome Sears
Attorney General Mark Herring
Delegate Jay Jones (#46 out of 100 in the House)
Henrico Commonwealth Attorney Shannon Taylor withdrew from consideration
Delegate and Majority Leader Charniele Herring (#55 out of 100 in the House)
Delegate Jason Miyares, R-82 district, Virginia Beach
Tim Anderson Virginia Beach attorney withdrew to run for 83 HOD seat.
Tony Pham, acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Senator Bill Stanley may also be considering a run for Attorney General but he’s getting a lot of pressure to run for Governor
Perhaps Mark Obenshain but Obenshain and Stanley will not run against each other. Stanley for Governor and Obenshain for Attorney General would work nicely.
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