United States House of Representatives
June 12 is Primaries Election Day!
REMEMBER TO VOTE.
To check where you are supposed to vote, go to the Registered Voter page of the Virginia Department of Elections Citizen Portal and enter your personal information. You’ll be presented with lots of information about voting in Virginia:
- Your address as a registered voter
- Your voter number
- Your locality (county or city), precinct, and precinct code
- The address for your polling place (where you vote)
- A list of the elections in which you voted, either in person or with an absentee ballot
- What Districts you live in: your Congressional District, State Senate District, House of Delegates District, and Electoral (magisterial) District
- Contact info, website and hours of operation for the Fairfax County Office of Elections
Go to the Fairfax County Office of Elections for detailed information on the primary candidates. As posted there:
On Election Day Polls Are Open From 6:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
ON THE BALLOT
Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 10th Congressional District
May 21: Voter Registration Deadline 5:00 p.m., Online: 11:59 p.m.
SAMPLE BALLOTS – (All ballots include English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Korean languages)
Republican Primary Ballot U.S. Senate – U.S. Senate Only
Republican Primary Ballot 10th District – U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, 10th District
Democratic Primary Ballot 10th District – U.S. House of Representatives, 10th District
Republican Primary – Member, U.S. Senate
Corey A. Stewart
Nick J. Freitas
Republican Primary – Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 10th Congressional District
Shak E. Hill
Democratic Primary – Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 10th Congressional District
Lindsey Davis Stover
Jennifer T. Wexton
Paul E. Pelletier
Alison K. Friedman
Dan I. Helmer
Julia E. Biggins
Applicable only for November General & Special Elections
Registering to Vote in Virginia
Did you know that when you register to vote in Virginia, you DO NOT register to vote by party? Virginia is an Open Primary state which means that any registered voter in Virginia can vote in either a Democratic or Republican primary. When both parties are holding a primary election, you will be asked which primary you want to vote in when you check in to vote with your photo ID. Note, you may only vote in one primary.