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Virginia House of Delegates 48th District!

As redrawn in 2011, Virginia’s 48th Delegate District includes the area in Northern Virginia covering north Arlington, as well as much of McLean from the Arlington border to the Beltway. It also runs along the Potomac from Chain Bridge to National Airport and Crystal City.

I’m proud to have represented the 48th District’s citizens in Richmond since 1998. I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read about my background, the legislation I have championed in Richmond, and my stand on issues that matter to Northern Virginia and the Commonwealth.

I encourage you to visit my website often. Please contact me if you have any questions or if there’s an issue involving state government that I can help you resolve.

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PO Box 7516
Arlington VA 22207
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January 2, 2014

The Virginia General Assembly completed a redistricting plan based on the 2010 Census with a target size of each House District of 80,010. The plan was signed by the Governor and approved by the US Department of Justice  The plan defined the Districts for the  November 2011 and 2013 elections.

Map above as PDF

Additional Maps of New 48th District

The Virginia Public Access Project, a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing public understanding of Virginia politics, provides a map of the new boundaries of the 48th District.

Virginia Division of Legislative Services has generated a map of the new boundaries of the 48th District and adjacent Districts with more detail.

Demographics of the new 48th District

New 48th District

Old 48th District


80% 72%

African American

5% 9%


12% 10%


3% 10%


7% 15%