Hundreds of races were on the statewide ballot, including for the General Assembly, plus a wide variety of races for sheriffs, commonwealth’s attorneys, boards of supervisors, city and town councils, school boards and more.
Election Day is now about seven weeks away, but early voting starts this week. And with the latest campaign finance reports filed on Friday, the fight for control of the General Assembly remains hard fought, and highly competitive.
Tensions ran high once again at the Roanoke County School Board Thursday night as members voted to adopt a new policy regarding transgender students. Now a parent has announced their own write-in candidacy for the board.
Virginia voters will head to the polls Tuesday for more than 40 General Assembly primaries across the state. And the election results Tuesday night will have a major impact on the political landscape in Richmond next year.