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The 36th Senatorial District of Virginia is a diverse district, comprising part of Fairfax, Prince
William and Stafford Counties. I am honored to represent the fine Virginians who call the
communities of the 36th district home.
I hope you will come visit us soon and enjoy all our communities have to offer!
As “The Crossroads of the Marine Corps,” Marine Corps Base Quantico is home to a community
of 12,000 military personnel and their families. Covering nearly 100 square miles, from the
banks of the Potomac River to the sandy forests of southern Prince William County, many of
our nation’s finest Marine Corps officers, including my late husband, have been trained and
commissioned at Quantico.
A few miles up the road is the Army Base, Fort Belvoir, a special place for me, as it was my final
home before heading off to Mary Washington College as a young woman. The base is home to
over 50 Army units and agencies, including the 29th Infantry Division.
Gunston Hall is one of our crown jewels, positioned on the Potomac River in beautiful Mason
Neck. It was the home of George Mason and his family. George Mason was one of the Founding
Fathers and one of the greatest Virginians ever. Mason fought for the idea of a Bill of Rights
for the U.S. Constitution and penned the Virginia Declaration of Rights (May, 1776). James
Madison used Mason’s words as his guide when he was finally able to get the Bill of Rights
through the 1st Congress. Every American owes a debt of gratitude to George Mason and should
put his beautiful Georgian-style home on their list of places to visit.
Bucknell (604), Fairfield (413), Franconia (404), Huntley (424), Kirkside (608), Lorton Center
(625), Sherwood (610), and Woodlawn (627) Precincts and parts of the Belvoir (619), Groveton
(405), Gunston (616), Hayfield (406), Hollin Hall (606), Stratford (611), Villages (420), Virginia
Hills (411), Wilton (425), and Woodley (615)
Prince William County:
Ashland (309), Belmont (701), Bethel (506), Chinn (507), Dumfries (301), Graham Park (303),
Henderson (307), Kilby (707), Montclair (308), Pattie (305), Potomac View (705), Powell (211),
Quantico (304), and Washington-Reid (306) Precincts and parts of the Featherstone (704), Forest
Park (310), Lodge (207), Lynn (703), Minnieville (605), Occoquan (502), Rippon (706), River
Oaks (708), and Swans Creek (311)
Griffis (301) Precinct and parts of the Rock Hill (201) and Widewater (302) Precincts.
36TH SENATE DISTRICT DEMOGRAPHICS:
Median Educational Attainment*
Married with Children
Voting Age Population
* = Data marked with an asterik (*) has not yet been updated to refelct 2010 Census Demographics.
Where the Votes Are
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