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November 6, 2017

Va. House District 31 features three-way race

31st District Virginia House of Delegates candidates Elizabeth Guzman, Nathan Larson and Scott Lingamfelter.
2017 Election
• Polls open: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7

• On ballot: Candidates for Virginia governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and all 100 seats in the state House of Delegates.

• Polling places: Click here for list of Fauquier precincts.

• Fauquier voters: More than 46,500 registered.

• Questions: Click here.
Three candidates seek election Nov. 7 to the 31st District seat in the Virginia House of Delegates.

The district includes five Fauquier precincts — Casanova, Catlett, Kettle Run, New Baltimore and Vint Hill — along with part of Prince William County.

The incumbent, Scott Lingamfelter (Republican) seeks his ninth, two-year term.

Elizabeth Guzman (Democrat) and Nathan Larson (Independent) want to unseat Mr. Lingamfelter.

Virginia legislators serve part-time, with 45- or 60-day General Assembly sessions opening each January. House members earn $17,640 a year.

Click below for Q&As with the 31st District candidates:

> Elizabeth Guzman

> Nathan Larson

> Scott Lingamfelter




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Rover 530 · November 8, 2017 at 10:46 am
Lingamfelter was the only incumbent to personally attack an opponent in these interviews. Well, as he knows now since he lost the election, every dog has its day.
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