Voters in the Commonwealth of Virginia will make their choice for U.S. President and U.S. House Representatives on November 8. The state does not have senator, governor or state legislative races this year.
To see what the ballot looks like in your district, click here to use Ballotpedia’s Sample Ballot Lookup tool.
Here is a look at the candidates on the ballot in Virginia.
Five presidential candidates and their running-mates are on the Virginia ballot. There is also a group of write-in candidates a voter may choose. Here are the candidates whose names are on the ballot:
- Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (Democrat)
- Donald Trump and Mike Pence (Republican)
- Gary Johnson and Bill Weld (Libertarian)
- Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka (Green Party)
- Evan McMullin and Nathan Johnson* (Independent)
(*Nathan Johnson is a placeholder name. McMullin’s running-mate is Mindy Finn.)
Virginia has 11 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, but the state has new district boundaries after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the 3rd and 4th district boundaries unconstitutional. Below are the candidates for each district. Incumbents are noted with an asterisk (*).
- Rob Wittman (R)*
- Matt Rowe (D)
- Glenda Gail Parker (I)
- Scott Taylor (R)
- Shaun Brown (D)
- Bobby Scott (D)*
- Marty Williams (R)
- A. Donald McEachin (D)
- Mike Wade (R)
- Tom Garrett (R)
- Jane Dittmar (D)
- Bob Goodlatte (R)*
- Kai Degner (D)
- David Brat (R)*
- Eileen Bedell (D)
- Don Beyer (D)*
- Charles Hernick (R)
- Julio Garcia (I)
- Morgan Griffith (R)*
- Derek Kitts (D)
- Janice Allen Boyd (I)
- Barbara Comstock (R)*
- LuAnn Bennett (D)
- J.D. Thorpe (L – Write-in candidate)
- Gerald Connolly (D)*
State Legislative Offices
Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) is not up for re-election until November 2017, as his first term ends in January 2018. The next election for the Virginia State Senate isn’t until November 2019. The next election for the Virginia House of Delegates is in November 2017.
However, there are a few districts electing new members to the House of Delegates and State Senate on November 8. You can find the list of those seats up for election by clicking here to go to the Virginia Department of Elections.
Polls in Virginia, where there's 11 U.S. House races, open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.Click here to read more