Virginia is one of only two states that holds elections every year. The good news: Ralph Northam is term-limited and will be leaving office. The bad news: The term limit doesn’t mean you can only serve one term, just that you can’t serve multiple terms in a row, so guess who’s back? Terry McAuliffe is the Democrat nominee.
But we have a stellar statewide ticket, and excellent Republican nominees in all Northern Virginia House of Delegates districts.
In less than two years, Democrats have tried to remake Virginia into another New York or California. We have a real chance to make Virginia red again!
» September 18th: Early in-person and absentee mail voting begins.
» October 11th: Deadline to register to vote or update your address. 17-year-olds who will turn 18 by November 2nd are eligible to vote. Register to vote here!
» October 22nd: Deadline to request a mailed absentee ballot.
» October 30th: Last day of in-person early voting.
» November 2nd: Election Day. Polls will be open from 6:00 AM – 7:00 PM.
2021 Statewide Virginia Republican Nominees
For Governor: Glenn Youngkin
For Lt. Governor: Winsome Sears
For Attorney General: Jason Miyares
Local House of Delegates Republican Nominees
The following nominees are running in House districts that overlap at least in part with the 8th District. Find your House district here!
34th District (Parts of Fairfax & Loudoun Counties):
38th District (Parts of Fairfax County):
39th District (Parts of Fairfax County):
42nd District (Parts of Fairfax County):
43rd District (Parts of Fairfax County):
44th District (Parts of Fairfax County):
45th District (Parts of Alexandria City, Arlington & Fairfax Counties):
46th District (Parts of Alexandria City)
47th District (Parts of Arlington County):
48th District (Parts of Arlington & Fairfax Counties):
49th District (Parts of Arlington & Fairfax Counties):
53rd District (Parts of Falls Church City & Fairfax County):
City of Alexandria Republican Nominees
For Mayor of Alexandria: Annetta Catchings
For Alexandria City Council: Darryl Nirenberg
Elections Officers Needed
Each party supplies election officers to work at the polls on Election Day, but if no Republican signs up, those positions are filled by Democrats. Election officers are paid for their time. If you are available to serve from 5:00 AM – 9:00 PM on Tuesday, November 2nd, please see details below: