The region's delegation to the House of Delegates will have five new members after Tuesday's voting.

David L. Bulova (D)

District: 37th, Fairfax County.

Personal: Age 36, resident of Middleridge.

Education: BA, government, College of William and Mary; MA, public administration, Virginia Tech.

Occupation: Environmental planner.

Issues: Fund public education, confront the problem of gangs, improve transportation and conserve natural resources.

Dave W. Marsden (D)

District: 41st, Fairfax County.

Personal: Age 57, resident of Burke.

Education: BA, sociology, Randolph-Macon College.

Occupation: Juvenile justice consultant.

Issues: Crack down on youth gangs and illegal immigration, defend spending on schools and transportation.

C. Chuck Caputo (D)

District: 37th, Fairfax County.

Personal: Age 67, resident of Oak Hill.

Education: BS, electrical engineering, City College of New York; MS, accounting systems management, George Washington University.

Occupation: Retired, federal government Senior Executive Service.

Issues: Transportation, including rail to Dulles, and education, reducing classroom crowding and improving teacher salaries.

David E. Poisson (D)

District: 32nd, Loudoun County.

Personal: Age 54, resident of Sterling.

Education: BA, sociology; MEd, University of Massachusetts; PhD, education; JD, University of Arizona.

Occupation: Lawyer at a Washington firm and president of a Dulles-based communications consulting firm.

Issues: Explore a variety of solutions to transportation problems.

David L. Englin (D)

District: 45th, Alexandria.

Personal: Age 31, Del Ray.

Education: BS, Air Force Academy; MA, public policy, Harvard University.

Occupation: Writer, activist, consultant, retired Air Force officer.

Issues: Control rising cost of living in region, fund education and transportation services.