Elizabeth Alcorn


Elizabeth Alcorn

Elizabeth Alcorn is running for the 58th District in the House of Delegates.

Dr. Elizabeth Alcorn has been a dentist, small business owner, healthcare provider, and volunteer in our community for over 30 years. Today, she's running to serve the 58th District in the Virginia General Assembly.

Elizabeth, on the issues:

➔ Healthcare +

  • Protect Pre-existing Conditions so all
  • Health Insurance protects ALL Virginians
  • Hold the State Corporation Commission accountable for allowing health insurance monopolies to rip us off in 2018 and 2019
  • Work to lower prescription drug costs
  • ➔ Education +

  • Increase State funding for our schools to pre-recession levels and raise teacher salaries to the national average
  • Elevate skilled trade job training in high school and community college curriculum
  • Institute a comprehensive universal pre-school and childcare system in Virginia with an income based tuition program.
  • ➔ Energy +

    "I will work for new policies to enable renewable energy sources that generate well-paying jobs, secure our dwindling natural resources, and support a statewide broadband infrastructure that connects rural parts of Virginia with economic opportunity in the rest of our state, and beyond."

    ➔ Criminal Justice Reform +

  • Repeal the suspension of Driver's Licenses for unpaid court costs
  • End the School to Jail pipeline in Virginia
  • Legalize, regulate, and tax Marijuana to end wasteful arrests, prosecution, and incarceration for Marijuana crimes
  • ➔ Infrastructure +

  • Bring high speed internet to all areas of the 58th District!
  • Widen and improve our commuter routes in the 58th District and fix our dangerous roads and crumbling bridges
  • Fund the opening of Biscuit Run Park and work with county governments..
  • Learn more on Elizabeth's website issues page.




    Elizabeth Alcorn

    HD-58 Profile

    Albemarle County, Fluvanna County, Greene County, Rockingham County

    HD-58 Voting Trend

    Democratic candidates' election percentages.

    2020: Biden received 45%.
    2019 (HD): Dem lost w. 37%.
    2018: Kaine received 47%.
    2017: Northam received 44% .
    2017 (HD): Dem lost w. 39%.
    2016: Clinton received 38%.
    2015 (HD) No Dem candidate.

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    Note: 2020 stats are based on Daily Kos computations.


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    2020 election stats computed by Daily Kos.