The next Virginia elections will be November 7th, 2017.
Read candidates' responses to questions posed by Vote411.org, a voter education guide maintained by the League of Women Voters. Questions often pertain to issues the League has identified through grassroots efforts in the community. For additional information and for a full list of voter guides, please visit Vote411.org.
13th District Voter Guide
Bob Marshall (R) and Danica A. Roem (D)
31st District Voter Guide
Nathan D. Larson (Independent), L. Scott Lingamfelter (R), and Elizabeth R. Guzman (D)
40th District Voter Guide
Tim Hugo (R) and Donte Tanner (D)
51st District Voter Guide
Richard L. Anderson (R) and Hala S. Ayala (D)
Did you vote in the VA primaries on June 13th? Then you were part of the 17% of eligible voters who turned out for the dual primary. Both parties elected candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor. Delegate seats were up for 2nd, 13th, 31st & 51st districts as well.
Find the facts about voting in your state, including polling places, deadlines, and ID requirements at Vote411.org. Vote411.org was created and maintained by the League's Education Fund, a 501(c)3 organization.
You can also find out who your legislator currently is by visiting Who Is My Legislator.
Voter Registration at the Local Library
You can visit the Prince William County Electoral Board website where you can register to vote, update your voter information, find out where to vote and how to vote absentee.
If you are a resident of the City of Manassas or Manassas Park or the greater Virginia area, please visit the Virginia Department of Elections.