Delegate Brenda Pogge represents Virginia’s 96th House of Delegates District, which includes parts of James City and York Counties. A member of the House since 2008, Delegate Pogge serves on the House Finance Committee and the House Health, Welfare and Institutions Committee. Additionally, she serves as vice-chair of the House Education Committee. Delegate Pogge is a former chair and current member of the Virginia Disability Commission. She is also a member of the Virginia Indian Commemorative Commission and the Virginia Commission on Civics Education. Prior to serving in the General Assembly, Delegate Pogge enjoyed a career as a realtor on the Peninsula.
For over twenty years, Brenda has worked tirelessly on behalf of conservative causes and candidates. As a longtime activist, Delegate Pogge understands firsthand the need for conservative fiscal and social leadership in Richmond. A champion of limited government and fiscal responsibility, Brenda consistently endorses commonsense, pro-family legislation.
A resident of James City County, Brenda is a member of the Toano Kiwanis Club. She and her husband, Roger, are members of CrossWalk Community Church and together have five children and five grandchildren. Over an eleven year period, Brenda and Roger also served as foster parents to twenty children. Both Brenda and Roger remain active in the Williamsburg community.
A note from Delegate Pogge: “As a citizen legislator, I strongly believe in the importance of receiving feedback from constituents. My office is always accessible by phone, email, and via appointment. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I may ever be of assistance with any state agency or state-related matter. I am honored to serve as your representative in Virginia’s House of Delegates, and I look forward to hearing from you throughout the year.”