A familiar face in Prince William County is running to lead the Virginia Republican Party.
Delegate Lee Carter (D-50, Bristow, Manassas) filed legislation to legalize marijuana for those who are aged 21 and older.
Glen Hill clinched a fifth term as Prince William County's sheriff, forcing a concession from his opponent.
Diane Raulston aims to keep her seat on the Prince William County School Board, and says the work to reduce or remove classroom trailers needs to continue.
Shawn Brann is running to be the next Brentsville District Representative on the Prince William County School Board. If elected, he would replace Gil Trenum, who is not seeing reelection.
Chad Oxley is running to be the next Stafford County Sheriff.
Henry Thomassen, a retired corporate officer, is running for Treasurer of Stafford County, citing a need for more tech innovation.
Lynn Greene is running for Manassas City Council with a goal to eliminate wasteful spending and lower taxes.
Lorena Bruner is running for Commissioner of the Revenue for Stafford, with a focus on enabling accessibility for all Stafford citizens by utilizing new technology
Carol Medawar, an experienced educator from Fredericksburg, is running to represent the George Washington District in the Stafford School Board.
Elizabeth Guzman, a social worker, is running for re-election to represent District 31 in the House of Delegates. She has held the position since 2018.
Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy is touring the state in support of her fellow Democratic candidates who vow to push for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
According to the Virginia Department of Transportation, Virginia drivers spend more than 1.2 million hours in traffic delays per year on the 1 mile stretch of road on I-95 South before the Occoquan exit.
Joshua Cole, a pastor in the Stafford area, is running for Delegate to the 28th District. He has proposed a cap on prescription drug costs and reallocating state budget funds back to schools.
Eric Olsen is running for Stafford Commonwealth's Attorney. He has held the position since 2011 and has prosecuted crime in Stafford since 1989.
Jessica Foster, a criminal defense attorney from Remington, is running to represent District 88 in the House of Delegates.
My name is Ann Wheeler, and I know the people and the issues in Prince William County, and as Chair, I’ll make sure we work together to make our county stronger.
Democratic Delegates Danica Roem and Lee Carter faced off with their Republican challengers on issues such as abortion and gun reform Wednesday at a forum in Manassas.
Gwen Bell is running to represent Rock Hill District for the Stafford County Board of Supervisors with a platform of improving education and county pay parity.
Ronnie Ross is seeking the office of State Senate for District 27 with a focus on healthcare, schools, and the rural economy.
Ruth Anderson is running for re-election as the Occoquan District Supervisor for the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. She has held the office for four years.