Jill (Jill) Holtzman Vogel (R-SS27)
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Capitol: 804.698.7527
FAX: 804.698.7651
District: 540.662.4551
Room E612 Pocahontas Building 900 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219

District Office:
332 West Lee Highway PMB 312
Warrenton, VA 20186
Elected: 2007    Next Election: 2023
Spouse: Alexander (Alex) Nicholas Vogel   DOB: 7/6/1970
Committee Assignments
MemberSenate Committee on Privileges and Elections
MemberSubcommittee on Claims
MemberSenate Committee on General Laws and Technology
MemberSubcommittee on General Government
MemberSubcommittee on Health and Human Resources
MemberSenate Committee on Rules
MemberJoint Committee on Reapportionment
MemberJoint Subcommittee to Evaluate Tax Preferences
MemberJoint Subcommittee on Tax Policy
MemberJoint Commission on Rappahannock River Basin
MemberJoint Subcommittee on Rules
MemberSenate Committee on Finance and Appropriations
Counties Representing
Clarke / Culpeper / Fauquier / Frederick / Loudoun / Stafford / Winchester City


Jill is currently serving a fourth term in the Senate of Virginia, where she represents Winchester, Frederick County, Clarke County, Fauquier County, and parts of Loudoun, Culpeper and Stafford counties. She serves on the Finance Committee, General Laws and Technology Committee, the Rules Committee, and the Privileges and Elections Committee.

Born and raised in the Shenandoah Valley, Jill is a wife, mother, and attorney. She has held legal and policy positions in and out of government, including serving as Deputy General Counsel at the Department of Energy. Jill is the managing partner of a nationally recognized law firm that specializes in charity and non-profit organizations, election law, and ethics.

In the past, Senator Vogel has been named Legislator of the Year by the Virginia State Police, the Virginia Courts Clerks Association, the Virginia Treasurers Association and the Commissioners of Revenue Association of Virginia. She has also been named a Champion of Justice by the Virginia Association of Commonwealth Attorneys and a Catalyst for change by the Arc of Virginia.

In 2008, Jill was the first woman in the history of the Commonwealth of Virginia to have a child while serving in the General Assembly.