Mar 3 “Super Tuesday” Presidential Primary

Virginia’s primary is March 3, a.k.a. Super Tuesday.

Based on statewide and congressional district results 99 delegates will be awarded proportionally.

Virginia is an Open Primary state, any registered voter can vote in either the Democratic or Republican primary. If both parties are holding a primary, you will be asked which primary you want to vote in when you check in to vote.

Don’t forget to bring a photo ID.

This year there is no Republican primary in Virginia.

6 Democrats Announce for School Board

Two new School Board members will be elected at the Nov 3 general election because the two incumbent School Board members, Tannia Talento and Nancy Van Doren, are not running for reelection. The latest candidate to announce is Steven Krieger.

The updated list of candidates is:

● Symone Walker website

● Cristina Diaz-Torres website

● David Priddy website

● Sandy Munnell website

● Terron Sims website

● Steven Krieger website


More about Arlington Democrats candidates website

Video of 5 candidates at the Arlington County Democratic Committee meeting

The Arlington GOP website is not presently showing any candidates.

May 7 Dem School Board Caucus

The Arlington County Democratic Committee announced two caucus dates to determine the party endorsement for Arlington School Board. The caucus will be held on 2 separate days at 2 locations, one in south and one in north Arlington. It is only necessary to attend one. Up to 2 of the 6 announced candidates will be endorsed.

When: Thu May 7, 7-9 pm
Where: Drew Elementary School, 3500 S 23rd St

When: Sat May 9, 11 am-7 pm
Where: Washington-Liberty High School, 1301 N Stafford St

March 2 is the deadline for candidates to announce for School Board.

In Virginia School Board races are considered nonpartisan. It is not legally possible to designate a partisan candidate for a school board using a government-run primary. Therefore, Arlington Democrats use a Party-run caucus to endorse candidates for School Board.

6 Democrats Announce for School Board

Dem Candidates Page

Caucus Rules

May 9 Dem School Board Caucus

The Arlington County Democratic Committee announced two caucus dates to determine the party endorsement for Arlington School Board. The caucus will be held on 2 separate days at 2 locations, one in south and one in north Arlington. It is only necessary to attend one. Up to 2 of the 6 announced candidates will be endorsed.

When: Thu May 7, 7-9 pm
Where: Drew Elementary School, 3500 S 23rd St

When: Sat May 9, 11 am-7 pm
Where: Washington-Liberty High School, 1301 N Stafford St

March 2 is the deadline for candidates to announce for School Board.

In Virginia School Board races are considered nonpartisan. It is not legally possible to designate a partisan candidate for a school board using a government-run primary. Therefore, Arlington Democrats use a Party-run caucus to endorse candidates for School Board.

6 Democrats Announce for School Board

Dem Candidates Page

Caucus Rules

Candidates Night 2019 Meeting Recap

The October meeting featured three of the four County Board candidates running for the two open seats. Arron O’Dell did not attend.
Christian Dorsey (incumbent Democrat) Website
Katie Cristol (incumbent Democrat) Website
Audrey Clement (Independent) Website
Arron O’Dell (Independent) Website

Opening Statements
Clement

Cristol

Dorsey

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