June 14, 2016 Primaries
Code of Virginia § 24.2-526. Primary not to be held when less than two candidates declare.
Whenever within the time prescribed by this article there is only one declaration of candidacy in a political party for the nomination for any office, the person filing the declaration shall be declared the nominee of the party for the office for which he has announced his candidacy and his name shall not be printed on the ballot for the primary. Whenever within the time prescribed by this article there is no declaration of candidacy in a political party for the nomination for any office, the appropriate committee of the party may provide for an alternative method of nominating a candidate.
May 3, 2016 General and Special Elections
- List of Municipal Candidates involved in City elections (.pdf)
- List of Municipal Candidates involved in Town elections (.pdf)
March 1, 2016 Presidential Primaries
Previous Candidate Lists
Previous years lists are available on our Previous Candidate Lists page.
- Election officials within the Commonwealth of Virginia are by law not allowed to provide party designation for local candidates on the ballot (§ 24.2-613). The only candidates that may have a party designation on a ballot are those running for federal, statewide, or General Assembly offices.