GOP, Democratic Primaries Set for Tuesday
Republican primaries set for U.S. Senate race and 11th congressional district, Democratic primaries set for 8th congressional district.
Northern Virginians head to the polls on Tuesday, June 12, to vote in Republican primaries for the U.S. Senate race in Virginia. While some voters in the region also have congressional primaries, there are none in Loudoun, which is part of the 10th congressional district.
Republican Primary - Senate
In the Senate Republican Party Primary, voters across the state will choose among George F. Allen, Jamie L. Radtke, R.G. "Bob" Marshall and E.W. Jackson. The winner will run against Democrat Tim Kaine.
No Primary in Tenth Congressional District
Republican Congressman Frank Wolf, who has represented Northern Virginia's 10th District since 1981, has no opposition from fellow Republicans. Democrat Kristin Cabral also faces no primary opposition, while J. Kevin Chisholm gathering signatures for a run as an Independent.
Here is a link to a map from the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) showing the 10th district before and after redistricting:
Some voting locations have also changed. If you're unsure where to go to vote, you can plug in your address on the State Board of Elections website.
Q: Where do I vote?
A: Find your polling place at the State Board of Elections.
Q: Am I registered to vote?
A: Find out at the State Board of Elections.
Q: If my precinct is holding both a Republican and a Democratic primary, may I vote in both?
Q: What time are the polls open?
A: The hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.