Alcorn becomes 58th District Democratic nominee

Press release

Dr. Elizabeth Alcorn became the Democratic nominee for the House of Delegates 58th District seat Thursday (March 28) after the 5 p.m. filing deadline.

She is challenging incumbent Rob Bell (R-Albemarle).

Alcorn is running because the 58th District needs a reasonable representative who will fight for the issues impacting its communities, such as affordable comprehensive healthcare, education, and infrastructure like rural broadband. The 58th includes Greene County and parts of Albemarle, Fluvanna and Rockingham counties.

Alcorn is a healthcare advocate who worked with the group Charlottesville for Reasonable Health Insurance on reforms in Richmond after the region’s premiums became the highest in the nation.

“We went to Richmond as nonpartisan citizens and worked for change,” Alcorn said. “I’m running because my opponent ignores rising healthcare costs, prefers junk health insurance plans, and routinely blocks bipartisan legislation across the board.”

Alcorn retired from dentistry after 30 years in private practice. She runs a small business building starter homes in Albemarle with her husband, Gerry. They live on a small farm in Greene County and are the parents of two grown daughters. Throughout her dental career, Alcorn volunteered her services providing free care to people who couldn’t afford it and jointly founded the nonprofit W.I.S.E., providing scholarships to single mothers at Piedmont Virginia Community College.

The election is Nov. 5.

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