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June 22, 2020

Democratic and Republican primary elections Tuesday

The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 23, for Democratic and Republican primary elections.
Fauquier voters will participate in primary elections Tuesday, June 23, to select a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate and two Democratic candidates for the U.S. House of Delegates.

The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Fauquier has 52,000 registered voters.

Not registered by party in Virginia, voters may choose a Democratic or a Republican ballot.

Three candidates seek the Republican nomination to challenge Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) in the Nov. 3 general election. The GOP candidates:

Daniel M. Gade

Thomas A. Speciale II

Alissa A. Baldwin


5th Congressional District

Four candidates seek the Democratic nomination to face Bob Good in the 5th District U.S. House of Representatives election in November. Mr. Good defeated freshman Rep. Denver Riggleman last week in the Republican primary.

The 5th District includes these Fauquier precincts: Kettle Run, Casanova, Opal, Baldwin Ridge, Courthouse, Airlie, Warrenton, Remington, Marshall, Leeds, Waterloo, Springs Valley, The Plains, New Baltimore, Broad Run and Vint Hill.

The Democratic candidates:

R. D. Huffstetler Jr.

B. Cameron Webb

Claire C. Russo

John D. Lesinski


1st Congressional District

Three candidates seek the Democratic nomination to challenge Rep. Rob Wittman (R) in the November election.

The 1st District includes these Fauquier precincts: Catlett, Lois, Morrisville and Bealeton.

The Democratic candidates:

Qasim Rashid

Lavangelene A. Williams
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Sammy · June 23, 2020 at 9:54 am
strength, support, responsible party leadership, draw your own conclusions

Republican Party of Virginia AND Democratic Party of Virginia

FISCALS, JANUARY 1-MARCH 31, 2020

PARTY RAISED SPENT CASH ON HAND, March 31, 2020

DEM $545,000 $432,000 $309,000

REP $29,000 $31,000 $1,500

Diff $516,000 $401,000 $307,500.00

surprised? don't be the federal budget looks worse than trumps list of bankruptcies .. casino bankrupt -- how's that happen?

state party finances tell a story republicans ignore

out-dated views attract less people giving less money to the shrinking losing party

losers are frustrated esp after more than a consecutive decade of statewide losses and their books show it

which effort draws your investment and support? red ink doesnt lie and neither does the frustrated hatred displayed on these comment pages ... virginia republicans are losers
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