First, go to vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation and check that you are registered at your current address. Deadline to register to vote, or update an existing registration, is Monday, May 20, 2019.
On Tuesday, June 11, 2019, Primary Election Day for party candidates in Virginia, there will be an astonishing array of candidates on the ballot in Fairfax County. One reason is that many incumbents in local offices are retiring, and that causes a domino effect because incumbents in other offices will step down to run for something different. Change is coming. Voters must pay attention in the primary, so much will be determined.
On the ballot: Chairman of the Board of Supervisors; Sharon Bulova is retiring and there are four candidates in the Democratic primary. (We will miss Bulova, but that is a discussion for another day.)
All nine members of the Board of Supervisors are on the ballot, and in addition to Bulova, Cathy Hudgins, John Cook and Linda Smyth will be stepping down, and Jeff McKay will give up his seat as he is running for chairman. That is guaranteed change for five of nine seats, and more is possible.
All 12 members of Fairfax County School Board are on the ballot, three at-large and nine District members. Several school board members will give up their seats to run for other offices. (4-year term)
All 40 seats in the Virginia Senate (4-year term) are on the ballot, nine in Fairfax County.
All 100 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates (2-year term) are on the ballot, 17 seats in Fairfax County.
There is a rare challenge to the Fairfax County Commonwealth's Attorney on the primary ballot. (4-year term)
Fairfax County Sheriff is also on the ballot. (4-year term)
Parties control information on primary candidates. See Fairfax County Republican Committee at https://fairfaxgop.org/voter-toolkit/; Fairfax County Democratic Committee at https://fairfaxdemocrats.org/2019/01/14/candidates-running-for-office-in-2019/.
— Mary Kimm