More than 25,000 Virginians tried to cast a ballot in the 2022 midterm elections under same-day registration rules, a new process that had the most impact in college towns, according to statewide data obtained by The Virginia Mercury.
After a Sunday firehouse primary and canvass, two candidates will face off against each other to replace US Rep.-elect Jennifer McClellan’s seat in the Virginia state Senate. After Sunday’s primary, the candidates are set for a March 28 special election in Virginia’s 9th Senate District: Del. Lamont Bagby will face off against Republican Stephen Imholt....
On Sunday, Virginia Democrats are holding a “firehouse primary” to select a candidate to run in the March 28 special election in Virginia’s 9th Senate District to replace US Rep.-elect Jennifer McClellan. Republicans will also select their nominee on Feb. 26 via an in-person canvass.
State Senator Jennifer McClellan has been declared the winner of the special election held today in Virginia’s fourth congressional district, which is made up of parts of Richmond, Colonial Heights, Petersburg, and Emporia.
Tuesday, February 21, marks a special election in Virginia between Democratic candidate Jennifer McClellan and Republican Leon Benjamin for the state’s fourth congressional district. The election could be potentially historic, although it will not change the balance of power in the Republican-controlled House.