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House of Delegates District 82

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About Kim Taylor

Kim Taylor Is a Virginia Native and Lifelong Resident

Kim Taylor is the current representative in House of Delegates district 63. She was born to Linda & John Sutton and raised in Sussex County, Virginia. Kim attended Virginia public schools her entire life and graduated from Sussex Central High. After high school, she attended Virginia Commonwealth University where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and minored in Marketing. Following her graduation from VCU, Kim worked with the Richmond Times Dispatch in retail sales for three years.

Kim and her husband Andrew “Butch” are small business owners of three automotive repair shops in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Their businesses employ 30 families and provide impeccable service to the customers in their community.

Kim is a mother of one daughter, Alexis, who is a recent graduate of the VCU School of Business. Kim lives with her husband Butch in Dinwiddie County with their dog and two cats.


Virginians Deserve High Quality, Low Cost, and Affordable Healthcare.

Kim on Healthcare

Kim Will Fight for Local Control, School Choice, and Believes That Ultimately Parents Need to Make Their Child’s Educational Choices.

Kim on Education

Kim Recognizes That Small Businesses Are the Backbone of Virginia’s Economy and Sees Firsthand the Value That Small Businesses Bring to Our Community.

Kim on Small Businesses

The Health and Safety of Virginia’s Families Are Kim’s Top Priority.

Kim on COVID-19 Pandemic

Kim Believes Virginia Is Most Safe When the Police Are Well Funded and Engage in Close Working Relationships With Our Communities.

Kim on Law Enforcement

Kim’s Business Experience Has Prepared Her to Keep Career Politicians Accountable.

Kim on Government Transparency

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