Virginia's November 2, 2004 General Election
-All federal incumbents won-
|1st District||Incumbent Jo Ann Davis (R) - Continued Animal Rightist Flirtations|
|2nd District Open Seat||Thelma Drake (R) - Won
|3rd District||Incumbent Bobby Scott (D) - NO! 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|4th District||Incumbent Randy Forbes (R) - Improved Voting Record|
|5th District||Incumbent Virgil Goode (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|6th District||Incumbent Bob Goodlatte (R) – SAOVA ENDORSED|
|7th District||Incumbent Eric Cantor (R) - SAOVA ENDORSED|
|8th District||Incumbent Jim Moran (D) - NO! 78% Animal Extremist Voter|
|9th District||**Incumbent Rick Boucher (D) - NO! 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|10th District||**Incumbent Frank Wolf (R) - NO! 67% Animal Extremist Voter|
|11th District||Incumbent Tom Davis (R) - NO! 80% Animal Extremist Voter|
HumaneUSA PAC funded and/or endorsed Richmond legislators, through June 30, 2004.
Roscoe Reynolds, District 20 - Democrat
Emmett W. Hanger, District 24 - Republican
H. Russell Potts, District 27 - Republican
Janet Howell *, District 32 - Democrat
House of Delegates
H. Morgan Griffith, District 8 - Republican
Glen Weatherholtz, District 26 - Republican
Vincent F. Callahan Jr., District 34 - Republican
James H. Dillard II, District 41 - Republican
David Albo, District 42 - Republican
Kristen Amundson, District 44 - Democrat
Albert C. Eisenberg, District 47 - Democrat
Robert B. Bell, District 58 - Republican
Terri Suit, District 81 - Republican
Harvey Morgan, District 98 - Republican
* Denotes animal rightist funded and endorsed politicians.
Virginia's next statewide and House elections are scheduled for 2005.
U.S. House members voting against hunters and state game departments are shown in italics
** Denotes professed sportsmen supporters.