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What’s on your ballot? Everything you need to know about the 2019 General Election

Polls are open until 7 p.m. Tuesday. (Source: NBC12)
Polls are open until 7 p.m. Tuesday. (Source: NBC12)
Published: Nov. 5, 2019 at 7:57 AM EST
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RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - On Nov. 5, registered voters can head to the polls between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Voters must be in line by 7 p.m. at their correct polling place for their vote to count.

It is required that voters have an acceptable Photo ID with them to vote.

If you are unsure where your polling station is, there’s a “Where to vote” section on the Virginia Department of Elections’ website where you can look up your polling place. You’ll need the last four digits of your social security number.

All 140 seats in the General Assembly are up for grabs, including 100 House seats and 40 Senate seats.

The current makeup of the House is 51 Republicans, 48 Democrats and one vacancy.

Richmond City Council - District 5

  • Graham Sturm
  • Chuck Richardson
  • Jer'Mykeal McCoy
  • Mamie Taylor
  • Nicholas Da Silva
  • Robin Mines
  • Stephanie Lynch
  • Thad Williamson

Richmond is holding a special election for a city council seat to replace Parker Agelasto. Williamson was a former policy advisor to Mayor Levar Stoney, Taylor spent a few years on the school board, and Chuck Richardson resigned from City Council more than 20 years ago after being arrested for drug distribution and is hoping to make a comeback.

Since last year’s election, eight polling places were either split or moved to help with crowding.

Voters who previously voted at the Iron Bridge, Genito, Southside, Winfrees Store or Skinquarter precincts should visit PromoteTheVoteCfield.org to check their polling place

Chesterfield Commissioner of Revenue

  • Jenefer Hughes (D)
  • Tim McPeters (R)

Chesterfield Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Stacey Davenport (R)
  • Scott Miles (D)

Chesterfield Sheriff

  • Rahn Kersey (I)
  • Karl Leonard (R)

Chesterfield Supervisor

  • Bermuda District
  • Clover Hill District
  • Dale District
  • Matoaca District
  • Midlothian District

Chesterfield School Board

  • Bermuda District
  • Clover Hill District
  • Dale District
  • Matoaca District
  • Midlothian District

Following Election Day in Chesterfield County, there will be a new school board. All five seats are open, and 11 candidates are running for office. The group of 11 includes educators, parents, former Chesterfield County students, attorneys and lifelong residents of the county.

Chesterfield Treasurer

  • Rebecca Longnaker (R)
  • Michael Jackson (D)

Hanover Supervisor

  • Beaverdam District
  • Cold Harbor District
  • Henry District
  • South Anna District

Henrico Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Owen Conway (R)
  • Shannon Taylor (D)

Henrico Sheriff

  • Alisa Gregory (D)
  • Bob Matson (R)
  • Tom Wadkins (I)

Henrico Supervisor

  • Brookland District
  • Fairfield District
  • Tuckahoe District
  • Varina District

Henrico School Board

  • Brookland District
  • Fairfield District
  • Tuckahoe District
  • Varina District

Commissioner of Revenue

  • Laura Walsh (I)
  • Malinda Zachary (I)

Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Glen Henkle (R)
  • Lee Harrison (I)

Amelia Sheriff

  • John Harmon
  • Ricky Walter
  • Rondell White

Brunswick Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 5
  • District 4

Buckingham Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 3
  • District 4

Commissioner of Revenue

  • Mark Bissoon
  • Sandra Stevens

Caroline Supervisor - Bowling Green District

  • Jeff Sili (R)
  • David Upshaw (I)

Caroline School Board - Mattaponi District

  • Nancy Carson
  • Jamey Lewchanin

Charles City Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Wayne Orrell
  • Rob Tyler

Commissioner of Revenue

  • Deborah Fuhrman
  • Denise Smith

Charles City Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 3

Charles City School Board - District 2

  • Herbert Johnson
  • Rodney Tyler

Charles City Sheriff

  • Jayson Crawley
  • Alan Jones
  • Javier Smith

Charles City Treasurer

  • Mindy Bradby
  • LaWanda Christian

Cumberland Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Jason Moore (R)
  • Patricia Scales (D)

Cumberland Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 2
  • District 4
  • District 5

Cumberland School Board - District 3

  • Latesha Anderson
  • Heather King

Dinwiddie Sheriff

  • Duck Adams (D)
  • Darryl Hayes (I)

Emporia-Greensville Clerk of Court

  • JoAnne Conner
  • Linda Edwards
  • George Morrison

Emporia Sheriff

  • Tim Jarratt Jr. (I)
  • Stephen King (D)

Greensville Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 2

Greensville School Board - District 4

  • Alexis Jones
  • Drexel Pierce Jr.

Essex Supervisor - South District

  • Ronnie Gill (I)
  • Reese Peck (R)

Essex Sheriff

  • Arnie Holmes
  • Darryl Parker

Goochland Sheriff

  • Steven Creasey
  • Levin White

Goochland Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 2

Goochland School Board - District 1

  • Sandra Barefoot-Reid
  • Jennifer Mazza

King & Queen Sheriff

  • Mark Chandler
  • John Charboneau

King William Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Samantha Bohannon
  • Matthew Kite

King William Supervisor

  • Third District
  • Fourth District
  • Fifth District

King William School Board - Fifth District

  • Mark Lee
  • Tara Roane

Lancaster Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Maggie Ransone (I)
  • Jan Smith (I)
  • Tony Spencer (R)

Lancaster Sheriff

  • Melvin Howard Jr. (I)
  • Patrick McCranie (R)

Lancaster School Board

  • District 2
  • District 3

Louisa Commissioner of Revenue

  • Dan Braswell (R)
  • Stacey Fletcher (I)
  • Charles Rosson (I)

Louisa Sheriff

  • Donnie Lowe (R)
  • Troy Painting (I)

Louisa Supervisor - Jackson District

  • Bernie Hill Jr. (I)
  • Toni Williams Jr. (R)

Lunenburg Commissioner of Revenue

  • Elizabeth Hamlett
  • Charon Price
  • Bobby Thompson

Lunenburg Sheriff

  • Michael Landry
  • Arthur Townsend Jr.

Lunenburg Supervisor - District 4

  • Timothy Hatley (I)
  • Randy Slayton (R)

Lunenburg School Board

  • District 4
  • District 5

Middlesex Commissioner of Revenue

  • Mae Burke
  • Jonathan Farinholt

Middlesex Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • David Eberline
  • Michael Hurd

Middlesex Sheriff

  • David Bushey
  • Blair Sibley

Middlesex Supervisor

  • Harmony Village
  • Jamaica District
  • Pinetop District

New Kent Commonwealth’s Attorney

  • Todd Duval
  • Scott Renick

New Kent Supervisor

  • District 2
  • District 3
  • District 5

New Kent School Board

  • District 1
  • District 4

New Kent Treasurer

  • Larry Clark (I)
  • Charles Evelyn (R)

Northumberland Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 2

Northumberland Sheriff

  • Johnny Beauchamp
  • Peyton Waller

Nottoway Sheriff

  • Robert Jones
  • Tony Mayton
  • Lonnie Morgan

Nottoway Supervisor

  • District 2
  • District 3
  • District 4

Nottoway School Board

  • District 1
  • District 2
  • District 4
  • District 5

Powhatan Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 4
  • District 5

Powhatan School Board

  • District 2
  • District 3

Powhatan Sheriff

  • Brad Nunnally
  • Vincent Whittaker

Prince George Supervisor

  • District 1
  • District 2

Prince George School Board

  • District 1
  • District 2

Richmond County Sheriff

  • Jerry Hinson
  • Steve Smith

Sussex Supervisor

  • Courthouse District
  • Stony Creek District
  • Wakefield District
  • Waverly District

House District 27

  • Roxann Robinson (R)
  • Larry Barnett (D)

House District 66

  • Kirk Cox (R)
  • Sheila Bynum-Coleman (D)
  • L. K. Harris (I)

Kirk Cox is running for re-election in the 66th House District in the Virginia General Assembly. The Republican currently serves as Speaker of the House. He faces Democrat Sheila Bynum-Coleman and Independent Linnard Harris, Sr. on Nov. 5.

House District 68

  • Garrison Coward (R)
  • Dawn Adams (D)

Democratic incumbent Delegate Dawn Adams faces Republican challenger Garrison Coward in District 68. The 68th District includes part of Chesterfield and Henrico counties and the city of Richmond.

House District 72

  • Gay Donna Vandergriff (R)
  • Schuyler VanValkenburg (D)

Republican GayDonna Vandergriff is running against incumbent Democrat Del. Schuyler VanValkenburg for House District 72 in Henrico.

House District 73

  • Mary Margaret Kastelberg (R)
  • Rodney Willett (D)

Democrat Rodney Willett and Republican Mary Margaret Kastelberg are both running for public office for the first time. Kastelberg has a background in finance and Willett is a local entrepreneur

House District 54

  • Bobby Orrock (R)
  • Neri Canahui-Ortiz (D)

House District 55

  • Buddy Fowler (R)
  • Morgan Goodman (D)

House District 56

  • John McGuire (R)
  • Juanita Jo Matkins (D)

House District 60

  • James Edmunds (R)
  • Janie Zimmerman (D)

House District 61

  • Thomas Wright Jr. (R)
  • Trudy Berry (D)

House District 62

  • Carrie Coyner (R)
  • Lindsey Dougherty (D)

House District 63

  • Lashrecse Aird (D)
  • Larry Haake (I)

House District 64

  • Emily Brewer (R)
  • Michele Joyce (D)

House District 65

  • Lee Ware (R)
  • Mike Asip (D)

House District 71

  • Jeff Bourne (D
  • Peter Wells (LB)

House District 75

  • Otto Wachsmann (R)
  • Roslyn Tyler (D)

House District 97

  • Scott Wyatt (R)
  • Kevin Washington (D)

House District 98

  • Keith Hodges (R)
  • Ella Webster (D)

House District 99

  • Margaret Ransone (R)
  • Francis Edwards (D)

Senate District 3

  • Tommy Norment (R)
  • Herb Jones (D)

Senate District 4

  • Ryan McDougle (R)
  • Stan Scott (D)

Senate District 9

  • Jennifer McClellan (D)
  • Mark Lewis Jr. (LB)

Senate District 10

  • Glen Sturtevant (R)
  • Ghazala Hashmi (D)

Republican Incumbent Glenn Sturtevant faces Democratic challenger Dr. Ghazala Hashmi. The district covers much of the City of Richmond, along with all of Powhatan County and parts of Chesterfield County.

Senate District 11

  • Amanda Chase (R)
  • Amanda Pohl (D)

Republican Incumbent Amanda Chase faces Democratic Challenger Amanda Pohl. The district covers parts of Chesterfield County and all of Amelia County and Colonial Heights. The district has been represented by Chase since 2015. The Chesterfield County Republican Committee expelled Chase from membership and sent her a letter saying since she has supported the campaign of an opponent of the Republican nominee for Sheriff, she is in violation of the Committee rules.

Senate District 12

  • Siobhan Dunnavant (R)
  • Debra Rodman (D)

Republican incumbent Dunnavant faces Rodman to win the seat that covers the northern suburbs of Richmond and parts of Henrico and Hanover counties.

Senate District 15

  • Frank Ruff (R)
  • Virginia Smith (D)

Senate District 16

  • Joe Morrissey (D)
  • Waylin Ross (I)

Former Delegate Joe Morrissey beat out Incumbent Rosalyn Dance in the Democratic Primary for Senate covering parts of Richmond, Chesterfield and Petersburg. No Republican candidate is running but he faces independent Waylin Ross. After serving time for contributing to the delinquincy of a minor, the House wouldn’t work with him.

Senate District 17

  • Bryce Reeves (R)
  • Amy Laufer (D)

Senate District 22

  • Mark Peake (R)
  • Dakota Claytor (D)

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