Primary June 12

Dual Primary in Congressional District 9

Both the Republican and Democratic parties will hold primaries for the US Congress on June 12. The 9th Congressional District (southwestern Virginia) will hold a Dual Primary, meaning that both primaries will be held in the same polling place. Voters will choose either the Republican or Democratic ballot when they go to vote. 

Republican ballot: US Senate

On the Republican ballot, voters will choose from three candidates for US Senate (to run against the Democratic nominee and incumbent Tim Kaine):

  • Nick J. Freitas
  • E. W. Jackson
  • Corey Stewart

The Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives and incumbent, Morgan Griffith, is running unopposed for the Republican nomination.

Democratic ballot: US House of Representatives

On the Democratic ballot, voters will choose from two candidates for US House of Representatives (to run against the Republican nominee and incumbent Morgan Griffith):

  • Anthony Flaccavento
  • Justin Santopietro

The Democratic candidate for US Senate and incumbent, Tim Kaine, is running unopposed for the Democratic nomination.

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