Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (VA-10)

Congresswoman Barbara Comstock was re-elected in 2016 to her second term in Congress in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District (Loudoun County, Clarke County, Frederick County, and parts of Fairfax County and Prince William County as well as the Cities of Winchester, Manassas Park, and Manassas City).  She served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 2010-2015 and has won 6 races in 8 years despite being a top Democrat target each race and Democrats spending close to $20 million to defeat her in a District won 10% by Hillary Clinton (Comstock received more votes than Clinton/Kaine in the District).  Barbara has been a leader on technology issues, human trafficking issues and battling the heroin epidemic. She also started a highly regarded Young Women’s Leadership Program for young women in high school.  Barbara currently serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Science, Space and Technology Committee, where she serves as Chairwoman of the Research and Technology subcommittee, the bicameral Joint Economic Committee, and the House Administration Committee.  Barbara and her husband Chip, who is a lifetime educator, live in McLean, Virginia, and have three children and three grandchildren.