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Eileen Filler-Corn

Eileen Filler-Corn
Member of the Virginia House of Delegates
from the 41st district
Incumbent
Assumed office
March 3, 2010
Preceded by David W. Marsden
Personal details
Born (1964-06-05) June 5, 1964
New York City
Political party Democratic
Residence Springfield, Virginia
Alma mater Ithaca College (B.A.)
American University (J.D.)
Occupation Attorney
Committees Finance
Militia, Police and Public Safety
Transportation
Religion Judaism
Website www.eileenfillercorn.com

Eileen R. Filler-Corn (born June 5, 1964) is an American politician. Since 2010 she has served in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 41st district in the Fairfax County suburbs of Washington, D.C.. She is a member of the Democratic Party.[1]

Filler-Corn sits on the House committees on Finance; Militia, Police and Public Safety; and Transportation.[2]

Filler-Corn first ran for the 41st district seat in 1999, but was unsuccessful. She won the seat in a 2010 special election to replace David W. Marsden, who had himself won a special election to the Senate of Virginia the month before.[3][4] Jim Dillard, the Republican incumbent who defeated Filler-Corn in 1999, endorsed her candidacy in 2010 because of her opponent's remarks that funding for Fairfax County Public Schools was "excessive".[5]

She won by only 37 votes. She was sworn in on March 3, 2010 after her opponent dropped his plans to request a recount.[6]

Electoral history

Date Election Candidate Party Votes %
Virginia House of Delegates, 41st district
Nov 2, 1999[7] General J H Dillard II Republican 7,752 58.52
E R Filler-Corn Democratic 5,482 41.38
Write Ins 13 0.10
Incumbent won; seat stayed Republican
Mar 2, 2010[8] Special Eileen Filler-Corn Democratic 5,758 50.13
Kerry D. Bolognese Republican 5,721 49.80
Write Ins 7 0.06
David W. Marsden was elected to the Senate; seat stayed Democratic
Nov 8, 2011[9] General Eileen Filler-Corn Democratic 11,959 68.01
Mike R. Kane Libertarian 5,509 31.33
Write Ins 114 0.64

References

  1. ^ "Bio for Eileen Filler-Corn". Virginia House of Delegates. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
  2. ^ "Legislative Information System". Virginia General Assembly. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
  3. ^ "Del. Dave Marsden Wins 37th State Senate Special Election". Fairfax County Democratic Party. January 13, 2010. Retrieved March 4, 2010. 
  4. ^ "VA State House 041 - Special Election Results". Our Campaigns. Retrieved March 4, 2010. 
  5. ^ O'Donoghue, Julia (March 3, 2010). "Filler-Corn Wins Special Election by 37 Votes". Springfield Connection. Retrieved March 19, 2010. 
  6. ^ Kravitz, Derek (March 3, 2010). "No recount in close Virginia House race". The Washington Post. Retrieved March 18, 2010. 
  7. ^ "Election Results - House of Delegates - Nov 1999 Gen Election". Virginia State Board of Elections. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
  8. ^ "March 2010 House of Delegates Special Election Official Results". Virginia State Board of Elections. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 
  9. ^ "November 2011 General Election Official Results". Virginia State Board of Elections. Retrieved 2013-06-03. 

External links

  • "Eileen Filler-Corn". Virginia Public Access Project.  (campaign finance)
  • "Election Results". Virginia State Board of Elections. 
  • "Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax Station)". Richmond Sunlight. 


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