The 9th Congressional District Republican Committee is made up of Republican leaders from all across Virginia’s 9th Congressional District. The primary purpose of the committee is to recruit and elect a Republican member to the United States House of Representatives from the 9th District. The 9th District is currently represented by Republican H. Morgan Griffith, who was elected in 2010 after defeating a 28 year incumbent. Congressman Griffith was easily re-elected to a second term in 2012. In addition to this primary duty, the committee also assists in recruiting and supporting Republican candidates for the Virginia General Assembly, statewide offices, and other elected positions. The Committee is headed up by a chairman, who is normally elected at the biennial district convention.
Fast Facts About Virginia’s 9th Congressional District
Population: 656,200 (2010 Census)
Registered Active Voters: 436,981 (November 2012 SBE Report)
Land Area: 8,800 square miles (81st in size among U.S. House Districts)
The 9th Congressional District of Virginia encompasses the beautiful and scenic Southwest region of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Counties/Cities in 9th District
(based on redistricting for 2012)
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District Map (based on 2001 redistricting, new map to be uploaded when available)
- About the 9th District & List of Former Representatives (Wikipedia)
- Current Virginia Congressional Districts Descriptions (Code of Virginia, §24.2-302.2, based on 2012 redistricting)