Friends and Neighbors,

Thank you so for putting your trust in me, by electing me to the 
Alexandria City Council. Thank you all for your support and encouragement along this journey.

As we move forward, I will continue to listen to the community leaders, local business owners, neighbors that have called Alexandria home for years and new residents that I connected with along the campaign trail and during my time on council. Please use this website to check out what I am doing and connect with me about any local issues or questions that you might have. 

I am extremely proud to be representing the residents of Alexandria and serving this community we all call home. Please do not hesitate to contact me!


Thank you!


John Taylor Chapman


Wednesday, November 7, 2012 10:32 PM

Alexandria Democrats unseat GOP incumbents

The two former incumbents, Timothy Lovain and Justin Wilson, join two current incumbents, Paul Smedberg and Del Pepper, who were reelected. Newcomers Allison Silberberg and John Taylor Chapman were also elected.

Saturday, October 27, 2012 4:06 AM

Alexandria Times Endorses Slate of City Council candidates

"Chapman is as impressive a newcomer on the political scene as we have seen in years. Though only 31, this native Alexandrian has an extensive history of public service..."

Saturday, October 27, 2012 4:02 AM

Virginia Partisans, the PAC fo the LGBT Democrats of VA endorses 19 for Federal and Local Offices

Virginia Partisans, the PAC of LGBT Democrats of Virginia, today announced endorsements of 14 incumbents and candidates for  federal and local offices in Virginia’s upcoming Nov. 6th general election. These 14 candidates join five others previously endorsed during the primary season this summer, for a total of 19 endorsements.

Monday, October 22, 2012 11:43 AM

Sierra Club Endorses Six for The Alexandria City Council Election in November

Sierra Club Endorses Six for The Alexandria City Council Election in November

Friday, October 19, 2012 10:55 AM

Choice for Alexandria Voters

“A number of small-area plans have not yielded consensus with citizens,” said Chapman. “We need to figure out how to get it better — how do we not waste your time by not having you come to a meeting in the evening to hear about a plan that you are, two weeks later, going to hear about the same thing.”

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