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Virginia Democratic Primary: Small Voter Turnout Heralds Big Changes

McKay’s ‘Experience Counts’ tagline resonates, as does the call for criminal justice reform in the Commonwealth’s Attorney race.

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Fairfax County Chairman Candidates Debate Heats Up

McLean Chamber hosts Democratic candidates’ forum for Board of Supervisors chair; vote June 11.

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Closing Arguments for Fairfax Commonwealth’s Attorney

Commonwealth’s Attorney candidates meet for final debate before June 11 Primary.

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Let the Jury Decide in Fairfax County

Incumbent Morrogh and Challenger Descano make their cases for county’s top law enforcement post.

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Five Vie for Providence District Seat

No shortage of candidates in Providence District Supervisor’s race.

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Corado v. Walkinshaw for Braddock District Nomination

Multiple Democratic candidates for Braddock District seat call for primary election.

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Five Dems Vie for Hunter Mill Supervisor Seat

Candidates in their own words: Why they are running, what differs them from others in race?

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Race for Fairfax County’s Top Spot Heats Up

‘Vote like your life depends on it.’

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Meet the Candidates for Fairfax County Board Chairman

Four to contend in June 11 Democratic Primary to seek to replace retiring Sharon Bulova.

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Biden, McKay Win Fairfax Dems Poll

More than 50 Democrats will vie for Fairfax County offices on June 11, primary election day.

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Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Candidates Face Off

NAACP and partners question the contenders.

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Northern Virginia Leads Blue Wave

Democrats sweep statewide races and come close to taking over House of Delegates.

Democrats swept all three statewide seats this week and picked up so many seats in the House of Delegates that control of the chamber is now in doubt. Voters rejected Republican arguments about sanctuary cities and Confederate memorials, divisive issues that had moderate Republicans trying to win over the most extreme elements of President Donald Trump’s coalition.

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