|House leader||"David Toscano
|Senate leader||"Richard L. Saslaw
|Headquarters||919 East Main Street.
"Richmond, Virginia 23223
|"Youth wing||Young Democrats of Virginia|
|Women's wing||"National Federation of Democratic Women|
|Overseas wing||"Democrats Abroad|
|LGBT wing||"LGBT Democrats of Virginia|
|"Political position||"Center to "center-left|
|National affiliation||"Democratic Party|
|Seats in the "US Senate||
2 / 2
|Seats in the "US House||
4 / 11
|Seats in the "VA Senate||
19 / 40
|Seats in the "VA House||
49 / 100
|"VA statewide offices held||
3 / 3
The Democratic Party of Virginia (VA Dems) is based in "Richmond in the "Commonwealth of Virginia. It is affiliated with the national "Democratic Party of the "United States. The organization is governed by a State Party Plan, which guarantees an open and fair candidate selection process. Although the party has members and elected officials throughout the state, it draws its highest number of votes from the "Tidewater area, Metropolitan Richmond, and suburban "Washington, D.C.
Historically, the Democratic Party has dominated Virginia politics. At the federal level, since the "2008 United States presidential election, Virginia has always voted for the Democratic United States presidential candidate. Since the "2012 Virginia elections, Virginia has always voted for the Democratic statewide candidate. Since the "112th United States Congress, Democratic United States House of Representatives have been in the minority in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
At the state level, since the "2013 Virginia elections, Virginia has always voted for the Democratic gubernational, lieutenant gubernational, and Attorney General candidates. since the "1851 Virginia gubernational election, the first gubernatorial election in Virginia in which the governor was elected by direct popular vote, 34 Virginia Governors have been Democrats. Since the 1851 Virginia lieutenant gubernational election, the first lieutenant gubernatorial election in Virginia in which the lieutenant governor was elected by direct popular vote, 29 Virginia Lieutenant Governors have been Democrats. Since the 1851 Virginia Attorney General election, the first Attorney General election in Virginia in which the Attorney General was elected by direct popular vote, 25 Attorney Generals have been Democrats. Since June 12, 2014, two days after the resignation of "Phillip Puckett, the "Senate of Virginia has been controlled by the Republican Party of Virginia. After the "2017 Virginia House of Delegates election, Democrats increased their number of seats in the chamber and currently control 49 seats, with Republicans holding a narrow majority of 51 seats.