2021 Convention

*Last Update: April 27th, 2021*

The 2021 Republican Party of Virginia Convention will be held on

Saturday, May 30th
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

for the following purposes:

  • Nominating our Republican candidate for Governor;
  • Nominating our Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor;
  • Nominating our Republican candidate for Attorney General;
  • and any other business that may come before the convention.

Unassembled Convention

This year’s nomination process will be through what’s informally known as an unassembled or drive-through convention. Any Virginia Republican in good standing who is registered to vote will be allowed to vote at one of 37 locations across the state as long as (s)he files and registers on time in accordance with the rules. Duly filed voters will be able to vote from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, May 8th at a location based on the county/city in which they live:

Arlington County Residents:
National Right to Work Headquarters
8001 Braddock Road
Springfield, VA 22151 
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Alexandria City Residents:
National Right to Work Headquarters
8001 Braddock Road
Springfield, VA 22151 
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Fairfax County Residents:
NOVA Annandale Campus
8333 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22003
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Falls Church City Residents:
National Right to Work Headquarters
8001 Braddock Road
Springfield, VA 22151 
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How to Vote

In order to vote in the convention, you must file with your county/city Republican committee. The deadline to file with your local committee has passed. Only duly filed voters will be permitted to vote at the locations assigned above.


2021 Statewide Office Candidates

The following candidates have officially filed paperwork seeking the Republican nomination for each respective statewide office:

Governor
» Amanda Chase
» Kirk Cox
» Peter Doran
» Sergio de la Pena
» Pete Snyder
» Glenn Youngkin

Lieutenant Governor
» Puneet Ahluwalia
» Lance Allen
» Glenn Davis
» Tim Hugo
» Winsome Sears

Attorney General
» Leslie Haley
» Jason Miyares
» Chuck Smith