Sally Hudson

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Sally Hudson
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Sally L. Hudson, ca. 2020

Candidate for
Virginia House of Delegates 2020
Democratic Nomination
District Virginia House, 57th - County of Albemarle (part); City of Charlottesville
Party Democratic
Election June 11, 2019

Delegate
Virginia House of Delegates 2020
District Virginia House, 57th - County of Albemarle (part); City of Charlottesville
Term Start January 8, 2020
Term End January 2022
Preceded by David Toscano (D)
Succeeded by Sally L. Hudson (D)

Delegate
Virginia House of Delegates 2022
District Virginia House, 57th - County of Albemarle (part); City of Charlottesville
Term Start January 2022
Term End January 10, 2024
Preceded by Sally L. Hudson (D)

Biographical Information

Date of birth 1988/1989
Place of birth Iowa City, IA
Residence Charlottesville, VA
Alma mater Stanford University (B.A., 2010)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Ph.D., 2016)
Profession Assistant Professor of Public Policies
Website https://www.sallyforvirginia.com/
https://www.DelSHudson@house.virginia.gov
Campaign $ VPAP
Contributions $ VPAP

Sally Hudson is a labor economist and applied econometrician. As an Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the University of Virginia, she teaches the statistics sequence at the Batten School, including courses in randomized evaluation and causal inference. Hudson also serves as a state legislator in the Virginia House of Delegates (D57th-Charlottesville), she assumed office on January 8, 2020 and her current term ends on January 10, 2024.

Hudson is also seeking the Democratic nomination for the new Senate District 11 in the June 20, 2023 primary. [1]

Ranked-Choice Voting

In 2021, Delegate Sally Hudson launched Ranked Choice Virginia, a nonprofit aimed at educating people about ranked-choice voting. [2]Under a ranked-choice voting system, voters can rank candidates in order of preference, without their other rankings hurting the chances of their first choice. They can also vote for as many candidates as they want. If their favorite candidate doesn’t win a majority of the first-choice votes, their vote then counts toward their second choice. [3]

Virginia House of Delegates 2022

District Description:County of Albemarle (part); City of Charlottesville; House District: 57th; Congressional District: 5th; Congressional District Residence: 5th

2022 legislative session

Committee Membership

Finance Health, Welfare and Institutions Subcommittee Membership Finance - Subcommittee #3 Health, Welfare and Institutions - Subcommittee #2

Other Commission & Committee Appointments

Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia, Board of Trustees House Finance House Health Welfare and Institutions Commission on Unemployment Compensation Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind, Board of Visitors

2020 legislative session

Among the bills Hudson successfully passed in her first year as a legislator is one that will allow localities to relocate statues previously classified and protected under state law as war memorials. [4]

The following table lists bills sponsored by this legislator. Bills are monitored by BillTrack50 [5] and sorted by action history. HB 1103 Ranked choice voting; elections for local governing bodies, local option pilot program. House Patrons: Sally L. Hudson (chief patron) and Patrick A. Hope (chief co-patron)

Civic and other Memberships

Awards

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow (2010)

Election history

2021 Election

2021 Primary Election for Virginia House of Delegates District 57

The Democratic primary election was canceled. Incumbent Hudson advanced from the Democratic primary for Virginia House of Delegates District 57.

2021 General election for Virginia House of Delegates District 57

Incumbent Sally Hudson (D) defeated Philip Hamilton (R) in the general election for Virginia House of Delegates District 57 on November 2, 2021. Hudson won 78.5% of the 32,147 total votes.

Campaign finance

(January 1, 2020-December 31, 2021): Based on Virginia Department of Elections data from campaign finance reports.
Contributions: $186,415; Expenditures: $151,147; Number of unique donors: 421

Top campaign donors

  1. Sonjia S. Smith: $60,000
  2. Clean Virginia Fund: $22,500
  3. Jake Gold: $32,351
  4. Gusto Payroll: $18,363
  5. Kajsa Foskey: $13,509

2019 Election

Hudson announced in December 2018 that she would challenge David Toscano in the 2019 Democratic primary for the seat. [6]

2019 Primary Election for Virginia House of Delegates District 57

In the Democratic Primary, Hudson faced architect Kathleen Galvin on June 11, 2019. Hudson won with 65.5% of the vote. June 11, 2019 Primary results:

Candidates Votes %
Sally Hudson (D) 6,148 65.54
Kathy Galvin (D) 3,232 34.46
Source: Virginia State Board of Elections[7]

2019 General election for Virginia House of Delegates District 57

After winning the Democratic Primary, Hudson ran unopposed in the general 2019 election.[8]

Campaign finance

References

  1. Web. Del. Sally Hudson announces run for State Senate seat, Eva Surovell, News Article, Cavalier Daily, November 21, 2022, retrieved November 24, 2022.
  2. https://www.c-ville.com/breaking-rank
  3. https://www.c-ville.com/breaking-rank
  4. Web. Hudson's planned statues bill could be among several challenging Dillon rule, Tyler Hammel, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, November 28, 2019, retrieved November 29, 2019. Print. November 28, 2019 page A1.
  5. https://www.billtrack50.com/legislatordetail/24654
  6. Web. Prof. Sally Hudson challenges David Toscano for House of Delegates seat, Jake Gold, News Article, Cavalier Daily, December 4, 2018, retrieved March 8, 2019.
  7. Web. 2019 June Democratic Primary Unofficial Results, State Board of Elections, June 11, 2019, retrieved June 12, 2019.
  8. Web. 2019 Official Results, Virginia State Board of Elections, retrieved November 29, 2019.

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