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Welcome to my official website!  On Tuesday, November 3, 2015, I was elected to represent the 95th District in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing parts of Newport News and Hampton.  I am honored to serve the citizens and help work to make the Peninsula an even safer place to live, work, play, and raise a family. 

On Friday, March 11, 2016, and then on Wednesday, April 20, 2016, the Virginia House of Delegates wrapped up the 2016 Legislative Session and Reconvene Session in Richmond.  Now I am back in the District, working hard on what we need.  We must continue to fight for educational opportunities, economic development, and public safety issues.  But I'll need your help because it will take each of us coming together to make a real difference, especially in the lives of our youth. Stay engaged on this site and our social media pages to stay connected to what we're doing and how you can help!  

Please stay in touch.  Now let's go make a difference!


Marcia "Cia" Price, 


Virginia House of Delegates, District 95

"Be the change. Do the work."


Tuesday, November 22, 2016 12:29 AM

Community Leaders Attend Summit on Gun Violence

NEWPORT NEWS, VA – On Monday evening, more than 30 community leaders met to discuss the alarming recent uptick in gun violence in the city.  As of that evening, Newport News had had 23 murders and more than 100 incidents involving guns.  The group was called together by Delegate Marcia “Cia” Price (95th District) in an effort to receive updates from law enforcement and City Officials to clarify some misconceptions about the situation.  The goals were also to collaborate as a group on short and long term solutions, and assess current resources and strategies and some of the voids needing to be addressed...... 

Delegate Price summarized the meeting by saying, “We as leaders needed to commit to solutions that will focus on prevention, intervention, enforcement, and reentry.  Our city is more than our violence.  We care about each of our citizens and want them to feel safe and have a great quality of life.  We want each of our children to be able to live out their dreams.  We want our city to thrive, together.  In order for that to happen, we must reclaim our communities from the reality of gun violence.”

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Sunday, November 13, 2016 1:12 PM

Price to Host Townhall 11/15/16

Today! Townhall: What Now?  -- The election is over. What now? What next? Let's talk this out, come together, and ORGANIZE. The work doesn't stop! We will hear from each other and also learn strategies on how you can use your resources and talent to help your community. We need each of your voices present.  It will take each of us, coming together, to stand strong and impact our community.  We will be in the Cafeteria at Heritage High School, 5800 Marshall Avenue, Newport News, VA 23607.  This is a safe space for us to discuss and plan.  It will be interactive and productive.  All who want to be a part of this conversation are welcome, and this event is family-friendly.  See you this evening.

Sunday, November 6, 2016 7:30 PM

Scott, Warner urge locals to head to the polls

A Clinton presidency would also mean solutions for mounting student debt, Scott said. It's an issue he brought up a second time after saying that State Del. Marcia Price asked him to reach out to the millennial voters.
The millennial voice is important in this election, said State Del. Marcia Price, before the event started. Despite mixed stuff she's heard from polls and surveys, Price said she's seeing excitement from both younger and black voters.
"I think people know how important this election is, and we can't sit out," she said. 

Saturday, November 5, 2016 12:00 AM

Raise Your Voice - Letter to the Editor by Del. Price

Raise your voice
The presidential candidates have made the case for their visions of our country's future. We know their platforms, perspectives and personalities. On Tuesday, we will choose our next president.
Elections have consequences that reverberate for generations, and this may be the most consequential election in our lifetime. On day one of our next president's administration, she or he will fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court. That decision alone will determine if the right to vote will be protected for millions of Americans, if a woman has the right to make her own health care decisions, and if every American can enjoy the same equality and freedom no matter who they are and who they love.
This is not a question of just temperament and experience, although those are hugely important. What is essentially on the ballot in this election are two different visions for America. Donald Trump and Mike Pence's divisive vision that would tear our country apart and Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine's inclusive vision that says we are stronger together.
At any given time, there are at least 15 elected officials that represent you, making decisions about your life. Your vote is how you have a voice in who is chosen. In this election, we are choosing the leader of our nation and the Congress that will help get things done. They will be chosen whether you show up or not!
Don't wake up on Wednesday and regret that you chose not to participate in this historic moment.
Let's make history, together.
Del. Marcia S. "Cia" Price
95th District
Newport News

Thursday, October 13, 2016 6:08 PM

Del Price Responds to Hearing on Election Readiness

RICHMOND, VA - Today, both the Senate and House Privileges and Elections committees met jointly in a last minute meeting, called less than 30 days before the election.  With such a short timeline before elections and a subsequent lack of feasible short term solutions offered (ones that don’t involve shutting down tools that help the voter), it is unclear as to what we accomplished as far as solutions. The meeting occurred on the same day that the Republican Presidential Nominee paired down his campaign efforts in Virginia. I am hoping that this meeting was not an attempt to cast undue doubt on the integrity of Virginia’s elections system because of declining polling numbers for a particular candidate. 

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