The first ballots of the 2024 Election are already being cast. If you have not yet cast your ballot you can still do your civic duty, in person, on Tuesday, June 18, 2024.

There are two Congressional races of particular importance to Prince William County. In the primary race to succeed Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton who is retiring for health concerns. The Republican Party has a field of four candidates: Manga Anantatmula, Aliscia Andrews, Mike Clancy and Alexander Isaac are vying for the nomination as Republicans.

The twelve candidates are running in the Democratic Primary. They are Senator Jennifer Boysko, Marion Devoe, Former Speaker of the House of Delegates Eileen Filler-Corn, Delegate Dan Helmer, Krystle Kaul, Mark Leighton, Delegate Michelle Moldonado, Travis Nembhard, Adrian Pokharel, Atif Qarni, David Reid and Senator Suhas Subramanyam. There is one independent Dennis Aryan.

The seventh district is also a wide-open race, Congresswoman Abagail Spanberger is not seeking reelection and is running for Virginia Governor in 2025.  The Republican Party has six candidates vying for the Congressional seat: Derrick Anderson, Cameron Hamilton, Maria Martin, Jonathon Myers, John Prabhudoss and Terris Todd.

On the Democratic side there are seven candidates: Prince William Supervisor Andrea Bailey, Carl Bedell, Prince William Supervisor Margaret Franklin, Elizabeth Guzman, Clifford Heinzer, Delegate Briana Sewell and Eugene Vindman

That both Members of Congress who represent PWAR would be leaving their positions is very rare.  As voters we a have responsibility to make informed choices in the voting booth.  Each link will take you to where you will find all the information to make a good decision.

In the Senate race, Senator Tim Kaine is running unopposed as the Democratic candidate. The Republican primary features Hung Cao, Jonathan Emord, Eddie Garcia, Scott Parkinson and Chuck Smith are the candidates. The race also has one Independent candidate, Jonathan Hardin.

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