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Welcome!  I proudly represent the current 95th District in the Virginia House of Delegates (parts of Newport News and parts of Hampton).  I am honored to serve the residents and help make the Peninsula an even better place to live, learn, work, play, and raise a family.  Sign up today and together, we can continue to get the changes we need and deserve!

The 2023 General Assembly Legislative Session began on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 at noon and adjourned on Saturday, February 25, 2023.  We then had our Reconvened Session on April 12, 2023 to respond to the Governor's amendments and vetoes.  You can watch videos of all of our public committee meetings and sessions here.  Can't remember how a bill becomes a law, no problem! Get your refresher here to follow along the process.

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Marcia "Cia" Price 

Member, Virginia House of Delegates

95th District: Parts of Newport News and Hampton

2023 Candidate, Virginia House of Delegates

85th District: Parts of Newport News

"Be the change. Do the work."


Redistricting Update: The 95th District was impacted by the 2022 Redistricting process and in the November 2023 election will become the 85th District. For more information, please visit VPAP Redistricting Info on House Districts


A note about our Constituent Services: There have been some frustrations expressed with our requirement that you let us know if you are a resident of the 95th District when you communicate with my office. While I understand that concerns and issues often do not have the same borders as districts, my primary commitment is to the people I serve and then I will do as much as I can for others. Feel free to reach out to your own Delegate if you do not live in the 95th District. Here's a link to find out which Delegate has the honor of serving you: Who's My Legislator

updated 4/17/23


Thursday, October 26, 2023 2:03 PM

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Tuesday, October 24, 2023 11:50 AM

Price Receives Big Endorsements


October 24, 2023

Contact: Tempestt Boone or 757-251-0787


Delegate Price Announces New Endorsements

A diverse list of national and local organizations

support Price's reelection campaign


NEWPORT NEWS, VA - Today, Delegate Marcia "Cia" Price, who represents the 95th District in the Virginia House of Delegates and serves as the Vice Chair of the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus, announced a list of twenty organizations that have endorsed her reelection campaign. She is running to represent the 85th District in Newport News.

"I am honored to have earned the support of organizations that are all dedicated to improving the lives of everyday, hard working people," Del. Price said. “These endorsers represent many of the issue areas I have been proud to lead on in the General Assembly, from preventing gun violence and supporting workers to safeguarding reproductive healthcare to building an economy that works for all and protecting our civil rights. During a time when extremists threaten to turn back the clock, I am proud to stand with these organizations to protect our progress and fight for a more just Commonwealth for all.”

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Monday, August 28, 2023 8:41 PM

Commemorating 60th Anniversary of March on Washington

60 years ago today, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led the March on Washington. He stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. But that cannot be the only lens through which we commemorate this historic event, especially as some seek to erase this history and obscure certain aspects of the people's movement for justice.

Take for instance the fact that the full title of the event was “The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.” While not often acknowledged, economic justice was at the forefront of both the march and King’s message.

And further often left untold are the lesser-known excerpts from Dr. King’s speech. Early in his remarks, King spoke about how the promise of the nation had continuously fallen short for Black and Brown Americans: “It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as her citizens of color are concerned.”

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Thursday, May 4, 2023 10:51 AM

VLBC Elects Cia Price as Vice-Chair

May 4, 2023

Contact: Tempestt Boone

The Virginia Legislative Black Caucus Elects Del. Cia Price as Vice Chair

RICHMOND, Virginia — This Wednesday, the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus (VLBC) elected Del. Cia Price (D-95, Newport News) to serve as Vice-Chair. She is filling the unexpired term left vacant when Rep. Jennifer McClellan was elected to Congress. Price has served in the House of Delegates since 2016 and has previously served as Chaplain and Secretary of the VLBC. She has worked diligently on voting rights and was the lead sponsor of the Voting Rights Act of Virginia; in addition, she has worked on housing justice and many of the VLBC's other legislative priorities.

Senator Lamont Bagby, Chairman of the VLBC, said, "The Virginia Legislative Black Caucus unanimously elected my good friend Del. Cia Price as Vice Chair, and I couldn't be happier." He continued, "Cia is someone we can count on. From her constituents back home in Newport News, to the VLBC members who stand shoulder to shoulder in so many important fights, to people all across the Commonwealth looking for bold leadership: I can say unequivocally that our new Vice Chair has our backs. I look forward to working with her in this new role as our Caucus continues to build the kind of leadership team every Virginian deserves."

"I am honored and humbled by the trust my colleagues have put in me. I look forward to continuing the legacy of those who have held this position before me," said Del. Cia Price. She also said, "This caucus has worked for generations to amplify the voices of those who are too often otherwise disregarded. As Vice Chair of the VLBC, I look forward to using this new platform to be an even stronger advocate for those Virginians who are counting on us to deliver on their behalf. We will not let extremists erase our history or distract us from getting needed equity. Together, we stand firm in our refusal to turn back the clock."


About the VLBC
The Virginia Legislative Black Caucus (VLBC) is made up of 20 members of the Virginia General Assembly. VLBC is committed to improving the economic, educational, political, and social conditions of African Americans and underrepresented groups in Virginia. A vital part of VLBC’s mission is to raise the consciousness of others to the contributions made by African Americans to the Commonwealth and the Nation.

Wednesday, January 25, 2023 2:24 PM

Tenant protection bill dies as House GOP members reverse stance

House Bill 1650, sponsored by Del. Cia Price, D-Newport News, which would have empowered local governments to seek court orders directing landlords to fix uninhabitable dwellings, died in the House General Laws Committee with no debate. It passed out of the committee last year with the support of 11 of 12 Republican members, and this year’s version was approved in a gatekeeper subcommittee with the support of one member, Del. Emily Brewer, R-Isle of Wight, who voted to kill the measure when it came before the full committee. Del. Carrie Coyner, R-Chesterfield voted for it in both the subcommittee and the committee. 

After the bill died, Price fired back, saying House Republicans “have lost touch with residents so much so that they cannot even bring themselves to support legislation in 2023 that they supported in 2022... MAGA Republicans made it clear that they would rather protect wealthy slumlords over renters in desperate need of healthy and safe homes.”

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