Virginia State Leadership

Senator Steve Martin
Chairman of the VA FFC Legislative Committee

Senator Steve Martin represents the 11th Legislative district in the Virginia Senate, which includes a majority of Chesterfield County, Amelia and all of the city of Colonial Heights. He has served in the Virginia Senate since his special election in 1994. Prior to that, he served in the House of Delegates from his election to that body in 1987. Throughout these years of service Steve has focused on health, mental health, fiscal, economic development issues, and other issues that help make our community one of the strongest in the Commonwealth.

Senator Martin is a senior member of the standing committees on Education and Health, and serves on the Constitutional Amendments, Reapportionment, Referenda and the Certificates, Oath, and Confirmation Review subcommittees; and serves on the Health Care and Health Professions subcommittees; Local Government and General Laws Committees and Privileges and Elections. He is also active in a number of national organizations and serves on commissions and committees that promote and study health care issues.

Steve was born in Chesterfield County and has seven siblings. He is the proud father of two sons, Chad and Nathan and also has two granddaughters, Olivia and Mckinley. Steve is a member of South Richmond Rotary and Swift Creek Baptist Church where he is involved in several areas of ministry.


Any successful grassroots organization is always built from the ground up and the Faith & Freedom Coalition is no different. In order to build a great national and statewide organization, a strong foundation has to be put into place. The foundation for our national organization are the state affiliates and county chapters, making them the indispensable foundations of our group.

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