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General Election: Tuesday, November 3, 2015

About Arlington’s Voting System

The General Election on Nov. 3., 2015 will include the offices of Senate of Virginia (30th, 31st, and 32nd Districts), Virginia House of Delegates (45th, 47th, 48th, and 49th Districts), County Constitutional Offices (Clerk of Court, Commonwealth’s Attorney, Sheriff, Commissioner of Revenue, and Treasurer), County Board (two seats), and School Board.

Nov. 3, 2015 General Election Candidates 

Note: Political party affiliation does not appear on the official ballots for local office candidates but is provided here for your information, along with indication of incumbents. D=Democrat, R=Republican, IG=Independent Green, I=Independent (no party affiliation)

Office Candidates
Senate of Virginia, 30th District Adam P. Ebbin (D), incumbent
James R. Fisher (IG)
Senate of Virginia, 31st District Barbara A. Favola (D), incumbent
George V. Forakis (R)
Senate of Virginia, 32nd District Janet D. Howell (D), incumbent
House of Delegates, 45th District Mark H. Levine (D)
House of Delegates, 47th District Patrick A. Hope (D), incumbent
Janet H. Murphy (IG)
House of Delegates, 48th District R. C. “Rip” Sullivan (D), incumbent
House of Delegates, 49th District Alfonso H. Lopez (D), incumbent
Clerk of Circuit Court Paul F. Ferguson (D), incumbent
Commonwealth’s Attorney Theo K. Stamos (D), incumbent
Sheriff Elizabeth F. “Beth” Arthur (D), incumbent
Commissioner of Revenue Ingrid H. Morroy (D), incumbent
Treasurer Carla F. De La Pava (D), incumbent
County Board (two seats up for election) Kate A. “Katie” Cristol (D)
Christian E. Dorsey (D)
Audrey R. Clement (I)
Michael T. McMenamin (I)
School Board Reid S. Goldstein
B. A. “Brooklyn” Kinlay

 

All Arlington voters will see the five Constitutional offices, along with County Board and School Board, on their November ballots. In addition, all voters will have one each of the above Virginia Senate and House of Delegates offices.

Not sure which Senate/House Districts you are in? Check your registration record to find out.

2016 Elections

March 1, 2016 Presidential Primary: Both the Democratic and Republican Parties in Virginia will hold primaries to select their Presidential nominees. Voters must choose which ballot to vote.

June 14, 2016 Primary: If primaries are held for either House of Representative or County Board, they will be on this date. Either the Democratic or Republican Parties may hold primaries.

November 8, 2016 General and Special Election: On the ballot will be President and Vice President of the United States, House of Representatives (8th District), County Board, and School Board (two seats). We also may have a special election for Virginia Constitutional amendments or County bond questions.