Polling Place Hours on all Election Days: 6 a.m.-7 p.m.
The next General Election will be November 5, 2019. Offices on the ballot in Arlington will be Senate of Virginia (30th, 31st, and 32nd Districts), Virginia House of Delegates (45th, 47th, 48th, and 49th Districts), Commonwealth’s Attorney, Sheriff, Commissioner of Revenue, Treasurer, two County Board seats, and School Board.
June 11, 2019 Democratic Primary
Democratic primaries on June 11, 2019 will be held for the offices listed below. Candidates are listed in the order and format they will appear on the ballot, which is based on order filed for office, or by drawing if filed at the same time. Incumbent status and links to candidate websites are provided for information purposes. Check your district information to find out what’s on your ballot.
|Senate of Virginia, 31st District||Nicole K. Merlene
Barbara A. Favola, incumbent
|House of Delegates, 49th District||Alfonso H. Lopez, incumbent
Julius D. “JD” Spain, Sr.
|Commonwealth’s Attorney||Theophani K. “Theo” Stamos, incumbent
Not sure which ballot you’ll vote? Check your registration and ballot information. All voters have Commonwealth’s Attorney on their ballots, but only those in the 31st Senate and 49th House districts will have the other offices.
Democratic Endorsement Caucus for School Board: Although School Board candidates run as independents on the ballot, they may be endorsed by local political parties. The Arlington County Democratic Committee (ACDC) will hold a caucus to select between Reid Goldstein (incumbent) and David Priddy in early June over a three-day period. This caucus event is not conducted by the Arlington Office of Elections. For voting locations and details, including caucus participation rules, please contact ACDC.
November 5, 2019 General Election
The deadline for political party nominations not selected via a primary and for independent candidates is Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7 pm. All School Board candidates run as independents, although they may be endorsed by political parties.
Candidates who have announced for office or who have been nominated by their political party are listed below. Candidate websites are provided if known.
|Senate of Virginia, 30th District||Adam P. Ebbin (D), incumbent|
|Senate of Virginia, 31st District||(Democratic nominee selected via primary on June 11)|
|Senate of Virginia, 32nd District||Janet D. Howell (D), incumbent|
|House of Delegates, 45th District||Mark H. Levine (D), incumbent|
|House of Delegates, 47th District||Patrick A. Hope (D), incumbent|
|House of Delegates, 48th District||Richard C. “Rip” Sullivan (D), incumbent|
|House of Delegates, 49th District||(Democratic nominee selected via primary on June 11)|
|Commonwealth’s Attorney||(Democratic nominee selected via primary on June 11)|
|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)||Kate A. “Katie” Cristol (D), incumbent
Christian E. Dorsey (D), incumbent
Audrey R. Clement (I)
Arron O’Dell (I)