Monday, May 14, 2012
Republican primary election set for U.S. Senate candidates and 11th Congressional District; Democratic primary election scheduled for 8th Congressional District Democratic candidates.
In less than a month, Virginia voters will head to the polls for the Democratic and Republican primaries on Tuesday, June 12. Across Northern Virginia, voters will decide among candidates for the U.S. Senate as well as for the 8th and 11th Congressional districts. If your polling place is holding both a Republican primary and a Democratic primary, you can only vote in one primary. If you aren't registered to vote, you have until Monday, May 21 at 5 p.m. to register. Little known fact: If you are 17 years old now but you are turning 18 by the Nov. 6 general election, you can vote in the June 12 primary. If you plan to do this, call your voter's registration office ahead of time and be sure to bring official proof of your age. Polls will be…
Thursday, July 21, 2011
The Alexandria City Councilman took 50 percent of the vote
The results are in! With 153 voters participating in our online poll conducted from Monday at 6 a.m. through Wednesday at 5 p.m., Alexandria City Councilman Rob Krupicka won with 75 votes, or 49.02 percent. Del. Adam Ebbin (D-49th District) came in second with 39 votes, or 25.49 percent. Arlington County School Board Chair Libby Garvey brought in 32 votes, or 20.92 percent. Seven voters indicated they were undecided. Coming up next: The three candidates face off in Fairfax County for the Mount Vernon District Democratic Committee forum on Thursday, July 28, at the Mount Vernon Government Center.
Monday, July 18, 2011
POLL CLOSED! Stay tuned for results.
Monday, July 18, 2011
With the Democratic primary in the 30th District state senate race a little more than a month away (it's on Aug. 23), we at Patch wanted to attempt a very unscientific measure of where voters are leaning. The three candidates—Del. Adam Ebbin (D-49th District), Arlington County School Board Chair Libby Garvey and Alexandria City Councilman Rob Krupicka—have been campaigning and canvassing neighborhoods for months. Patch has covered forums, campaign open houses and other events involving the race to represent the district in Richmond. So, without further ado, who are you supporting in the Democratic primary for the 30th District state senate seat? POLL CLOSED! Stay tuned for results. For more information on the candidates, click on their …