Lindsey Dougherty


Lindsey Dougherty

Lindsey is running in HD-62 against Republican Carrie Coyner. Incumbent Riley Ingram is retiring.

Lindsey has worked with youth in Juvenile Justice, partnering with community organizations. She has worked with state and local governments to increase access to better health through recreation and art.

Lindsey currently works in the Budget and Management Department as an analyst for Chesterfield County.

Lindsey has a Master's in Public Administration from North Carolina State University. She moved to Virginia in 2017, with her husband and two children, to pursue new job opportunities and set down roots in the community.

Lindsey, on the issues:

➔ Healthcare +

  • Improve access to quality and affordable mental healthcare
  • Expand access to emergency beds for acute mental health crisis patients
  • ➔ Education +

  • Universal Pre-K
  • Free Community College and Trade School
  • Reduce barriers to families with special needs children in public schools
  • Work to transition military personnel and their families, from active duty roles to veteran roles in the commu
  • ➔ Human Rights +

  • Move the commonwealth forward with new criminal justice reform legislation
  • Implement in-person early voting schedules for general elections.
  • Pass the Equal Right's Amendment (ERA).
  • Advocate for women's right to improved healthcare outco
  • ➔ Gun Violence Prevention +

  • Implement commonsense gun safety solutions that reduce gun violence across our communities.
  • ➔ VA Workers & Economy +

  • Improve page for teachers
  • Raise minimum wage
  • Assist families w care-giving costs for children and/or seniors
  • Promote affordable housing
  • strengthen financial consumer protections.
  • Learn more on Lindsey's website issues page.




    Lindsey Dougherty

    HD-62 Profile

    Chesterfield Co.

    HD-62 Voting Trend

    Democratic candidates' election percentages.

    2020: Biden received 51%.
    2019 (HD): Dougherty lost w. 45%
    2018: Kaine received 52%*
    2017: Northam received 48% *
    2017 (HD): Bynum-Coleman lost w. 48%
    2016: Clinton received 46%*
    2015 (HD) Bynum-Coleman lost w. 40%

    *Stats recalculated per 2019 redisticting

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    Note: 2020 stats are based on Daily Kos computations.


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    Most statistics from VPAP.

    2020 election stats computed by Daily Kos.