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Local and state-wide offices on primary ballot in June

The next election in the City of Richmond will be a Democratic Party Primary and a Republican Party Primary election on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, towards nominating candidates for the ballot in November.

The polls will be open from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Voters can only participate in one of the primaries, and will need to present a photo ID.

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Democratic Party Primary Candidates

If you are voting in the Democratic Party Primary, you will have 4 or 5 choices to make, depending on whether or not you are in the 70th House District.

House of Delegates – 70th District
Alex Mejias
Delores McQuinn

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Sheriff
C. T. Woody, Jr.
Antionette V. Irving

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Treasurer
Tavarris J. Spinks
Nichole Ona R. Armstead

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Governor
Ralph S. Northam
Tom S. Perriello

Lieutenant Governor
Justin E. Fairfax
Gene J. Rossi
Susan S. Platt

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Republican Party Primary Candidates

If you are voting in the Republican Party Primary, you do not get to vote on all of the local stuff. You should consider running and making this more fun next time.

Governor
Ed Gillespie
Corey Stewart
Frank Wagner

Lieutenant Governor
Glenn Davis
Bryce Reeves
Jill Vogel

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pjpink
pjpink
3 years ago

Thank you so much for posting this! The first comprehensive listing with links to the candidates!

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Tina Bujno
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Meg Stucke
Meg Stucke
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Amber Lee
Amber Lee
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Dashawna Wright
Dashawna Wright
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Sara Dempsey
Sara Dempsey
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Mary Louise Munden
Mary Louise Munden
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Sarah Bryant
Sarah Bryant
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Chris Lumpkin
Chris Lumpkin
3 years ago

Bobby Junes, the man with no plan is back, striking fear into the hearts of… well, nobody. May he never give up. Every election needs comic relief!

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Kathy Greenier
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Melissa Ansley Brooks
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Bianca Leonard
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Brian Palmer
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Michael Grabow
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crd
crd
3 years ago

Weird, last week’s Free Press had a letter to the editor from Joe Morrissey saying don’t vote for Michelle Mosby for Treasurer. But I don’t see her name here. Is she maybe running as an independent?

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