Virginia House of Delegates and Senate Races

Virginia House of Delegates and Senate Races

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Go Vote

More than 64,000 voters have already voted, but more than 650,000 active voters have not voted.

A slight shift in the vote in Fairfax County's midterm elections on Nov. 7 could determine which party controls Virginia and what legislation is passed. The potential ramifications could be far-reaching, positioning the 2024 election on abortion and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin's (R) national prospects.

Candidate Connection: Senate Candidates

Candidate Connection: Senate Candidates

Candidate Connection: House of Delegates

Candidates were asked to provide a short bio and share a story of their interaction with a voter that led them to a commitment to take action, with a tight word limit.

Candidate Connection: Senate District 39

We asked candidates for a brief bio and to tell us about their interaction with a voter whose questions or story inspired them to take action.

Candidate Connection: School Board At Large

Three open seats, zero incumbents, nine challengers

School Board

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Great Falls Community Assoc. To Hold Election Forum

On Sept. 27, at 5:30 p.m., the Great Falls Community Association will hold an election forum at the Grange for members and the public. The six Dranesville Supervisor, House, and Senate candidates will discuss Great Falls issues relevant to their offices.

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Divided Government in an Off-Off Year

Democrats want to take the House; Republicans want to take the Senate.

"I think there's a sense that people want one house to check the other. They don't want total control in both Houses." — Former Gov. Doug Wilder

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Following the Money

Alexandria delegation pulls in almost $3 million despite lack of competition.

“The amount of money is fascinating, although I’m not sure what it says about our current state of democracy.” — Brian Moran, former Alexandria delegate who served as chairman of the House Democratic Caucus

Early Voting

Voters at West Springfield Government Center

More Early Voting Options

The Democratic primary election is Tuesday, June 20.

The Democratic primary election is Tuesday, June 20.

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Northern Virginia Poised to Lose Influence

Democratic primary might shift power to Hampton Roads.

Democratic primary might shift power to Hampton Roads.

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Early Voting Underway for VA House of Delegates 35th District

Fills seat vacated by former Delegate Mark Keams

Fills seat vacated by former Delegate Mark Keams

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Reston Association Chooses New CEO

One-on-one interview with Mac Cummins, AICP

One-on-one interview with Mac Cummins, AICP

Meet the Secretaries

Senate floor

Column: Measuring Performance by Deeds Not Words in Arlington

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