If you want to know more about these three Virginia Democrats, read the following summaries. The sources are from Wikipedia and their own websites.
Ralph Northan: On November 5, 2013, Ralph Northam became the first Democrat since Tim Kaine in 2001 to be elected Lieutenant Governor of Virginia.
As a physician during Operation Desert Storm, he treated evacuated casualties at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany.
In 1992, Northam left the Army with the rank of major. Since 1992, Northam has been a pediatric neurologist at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia.
Jennifer Boysko served as aide to Dranesville Supervisor, John Foust on all matters related to the Economic Advisory Committee, Audit Committee, and Virginia Department of Transportation Maintenance and Housing issues.
Jennifer is a founder of the Dulles Area Democrats and has been a grassroots activist her entire life. She is a graduate of Hollins University in Roanoke, VA and was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates on November 3, 2015.
Kenneth Plum: I am in my thirty-fifth year of service representing the 36th District in the Virginia House of Delegates. I am a retired teacher and school administrator, having been employed by the Fairfax County Public Schools for nearly 30 years. Serving as your delegate is now my full-time focus.
His most current accomplishments have been in Civic and Economic Leadership, 2014; Transportation, 2013 and 2010; Conservation, 2007-2013; Education, 2009 and in Healthcare, 2007.