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"I'm so hopeful that this state of Virginia shows up and sends a big message for all Americans" against Trump, said Barbara Jones, 58, an independent undecided voter.
Virginia voters on Tuesday will choose the Republican and Democratic nominees for governor in an election seen as a gauge of the US electorate's mood about President Donald Trump ahead of next year's midterm races.
In the closing days of the Democratic primary race, Northam will appear multiple times with Virginia's powerful trio of popular statewide elected Democrats. Elections officials say poll workers are taking provisional ballots in the parking lot.
In northern Virginia, some voters told News4 they also preferred Northam for being more middle of the road and for his experience.
Gillespie's close race with Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chair Corey Stewart came as a major surprise. He is deeply connected in both national and Virginia politics and has spent his career working for high-profile Republicans including presidential candidate John Kasich, George W. Bush and former Virginia Gov.
Wagner, meanwhile, touted his experience as a veteran lawmaker who can fix the state's congested highways.
But he is struggling to find a comfortable position on President Trump, and he's trying to hold off former Trump statewide Chairman Corey Stewart.
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The Old Dominion is one of only two states electing governors this year, and the primary could illustrate how voters feel about President Donald Trump's early months and the kind of response they want from Democratic candidates.
Lieutenant governor is a part-time, largely ceremonial job that involves presiding over the state Senate and breaking tied votes.
Still, Stewart's constant invocation of Trump and reliance on identity politics and nationalist ideas has forced Gillespie to walk a fine line. For the Democrats, former federal prosecutor Justin Fairfax led opponents Susan Platt and Gene Rossi by a comfortable margin in fundraising, but name recognition and ground game will likely decide who gets that nomination tomorrow.
The Republican race for lieutenant governor features 27th District State Sen.
This election is not just about the next four years, but the next generation and each of us is entrusted with the obligation to decide what the future will look like for our children and our children's children.
On the Republican side, however, the race remained neck and neck well into Tuesday evening. Bob Marshall, a long-serving ultraconservative who sponsored this year's failed North Carolina-style bathroom bill that generally would have prohibited individuals from using a bathroom of the opposite sex in government-owned buildings.
It's typically tough to unseat an incumbent. A little more than 319,000 Democrats turned out in a three-way primary in 2009. He'll have his work cut for him; Democratic turnout exceeded Republican turnout in Tuesday's primary by roughly 150,000 votes.
The Department of Elections has an online tool that allows voters to see which races will be on their ballot.