2019 Democratic Primary: Information for Voters

In the 2019 Primary, Fairfax County voters will select Democratic nominees for the following offices:

Senate of Virginia Districts 31, 33 and 35
House of Delegates Districts 38 and 49
Chairman, Board of Supervisors
Commonwealth’s Attorney
Board of Supervisors Members for Braddock, Hunter Mill, Lee, and Providence Districts

Districts with Primaries

How to Vote

Participation is open to any registered voter and you don’t need to re-register or sign up with the Party in order to cast a ballot.
The voting process is the same as it is in the November General Election.
Click here to check your voter registration status

You can vote in person or absentee (see below).

Where and When to Vote

  • Voting at your Regular Polling Place June 11th
    Your regular polling location will be open on Tuesday, June 11th from 6:00am to 7:00pm. Click here to find your polling place using our quick lookup tool.
    Click here to check your voter record with the State Board of Elections
  • Voting in-person absentee
    Vote Early! If you won’t be available to vote on June 11th, you probably qualify to vote absentee. (Click here to read the 20 ways you can qualify.)

Fairfax County Government Center Location
12000 Government Center Pkwy
Fairfax, VA 22035 (map)
April 26th to June 8th
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm, Thursdays extended hours to 7:00pm
Saturdays May 4th, June 1st and June 8th, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Satellite Locations
Open Saturday June 8th ONLY
9:00am – 5:00pm

Locations for June 8th ONLY:
Providence Community Center
3001 Vaden Dr, Fairfax – two blocks from Vienna Metro (map)
Franconia Governmental Center
6121 Franconia Rd, Alexandria (map)
McLean Governmental Center
1437 Balls Hill Rd, McLean (map)
North County Governmental Center
1801 Cameron Glen Dr, Reston (map)
West Springfield Governmental Center
6140 Rolling Rd, Springfield (map)
Mason Governmental Center
6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale (map)
Mount Vernon Governmental Center
2511 Parkers Ln, Alexandria (map)
Sully Governmental Center
4900 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly (map)
Lorton Library
9520 Richmond Hwy, Lorton (map)
NEW! Herndon Fortnightly Library
786 Center St., Herndon (map)
  • Voting Absentee by Mail

If you can’t vote in person, you can request a mail-in ballot.  To do so, submit one of the forms below. The deadline to request your ballot is 5:00pm on June 4th. You’ll be mailed a ballot to the address you specify. You must then complete and mail in the ballot by June 11th.

Click to Download a Mail-in Absentee Ballot Application Form

Send application via one of these methods:

Candidates

Click here to find what districts you live in

Senate of Virginia

Senate District 31

Nicole Merlene
Barbara Favola

 

Senate District 33
Jennifer Boysko Sharafat Hussain

 

Senate District 35
Dick Saslaw
Yasmine Taeb
Karen Torrent

House of Delegates

House District 38
Kaye Kory
Andres Jimenez

 

House District 49
Alfonso Lopez
JD Spain

 

Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Ryan McElveen   Tim Chapman
Jeff McKay Alicia Plerhoples

 

Commonwealth’s Attorney

Ray Morrogh

Steve Descano

Member, Board of Supervisors

Braddock District Supervisor
 
James Walkinshaw

Irma Corado

 

Hunter Mill District Supervisor
Walter Alcorn   Laurie Dodd   Shyamali Hauth
Maggie Parker Parker Messick

 

Lee District Supervisor
Larysa Kautz Rodney Lusk
James Migliaccio   Kelly Hebron

 

Providence District Supervisor
  Edythe
Kelleher
Dalia
Palchik
 
Phil
Niedzielski-Eichner
Erika
Yalowitz
Linh
Hoang