Virginia holds its statewide primaries Tuesday. These are limited to contested primaries for U.S. House, as state offices are up in odd-numbered years, and the next U.S. Senate election is in 2024.
There are also runoff elections in Alabama, Arkansas, and Georgia for those offices where no candidate received a majority of the vote in the primary election. In addition, the District of Columbia is holding primaries for mayor and its non-voting delegate to the U.S. House.
Use the links below to see all results. Latest poll closing (Eastern Time) appears below the state name. If you are voting in one of these locations, check with your polling place as the hours may differ.
Alabama (Republican Runoff)
Katie Britt, former CEO of the Business Council of Alabama, and Rep. Mo Brooks advanced from the May 24 primary. Britt finished first with 45%, while Brooks bested Michael Durant by 29% to 23% for the second runoff spot. Subsequent polling has seen that double-digit margin for Britt continuing into the runoff.
Also benefiting Britt is an endorsement earlier this month by Donald Trump; the former president had initially endorsed Brooks. The winner will be a strong favorite to succeed retiring Sen. Richard Shelby in this deep red state.
Secretary of State
Georgia (Democratic Runoff)
Democratic State Rep. Bee Nguyen finished well ahead of her four primary competitors, earning 44% of the vote. Former State Rep. Dee Dawkins-Haigler took the other runoff spot with 19%.
The runoff winner will face incumbent Republican Brad Raffensperger. He is seeking a 2nd term and won his primary outright on May 24. The general election is expected to be competitive.
For more on each of these races, see this analysis from Split Ticket.
Alabama District 5 (Republican Runoff)
Rep. Mo Brooks gave up this seat to run for U.S. Senate. That created an open election in this safely Republican district. In the May 24 primary, Dale Strong led the vote with 45%, while Casey Wardynkski was second with 23%.
Georgia District 6 (Republican Runoff)
Redrawn safely Republican in redistricting, the runoff features physician Rich McCormick and attorney Jake Evans. McCormick finished first with 44% of the vote on May 24; Evans was second with 23%. Trump has endorsed Evans.
Georgia District 10 (Republican Runoff)
This contest is playing out as a proxy war for Donald Trump's animus toward Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. In March of 2021, Rep. Jody Hice passed on reelection to this safe GOP seat - and was almost immediately endorsed by Trump - in a failed attempt to oust Raffensperger.
In early February, Trump endorsed Vernon Jones in this primary, after encouraging him to leave the governor's race. This largely cleared the field for former Sen. David Perdue who unsuccessfully challenged Kemp.
Jones led the May 24 primary with 27% of the vote. Businessman Mike Collins, son of former U.S. Rep. Mac Collins, narrowly edged out former Rep. Paul Broun for the second runoff spot. Both had 17% of the vote. In the runoff, Kemp has endorsed Collins.
Virginia District 2 (Republican)
Elaine Luria (D) is seeking a 3rd term in this competitive district made slightly redder in redistricting. There are four candidates seeking the GOP nomination.
Virginia District 7 (Republican)
Abigail Spanberger (D) is also seeking a 3rd term in a competitive district. However, this district was made slightly bluer in redistricting. There are six Republicans seeking the nomination.
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- Colorado Primary
- Illinois Primary
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- U.S. House and State Senate deferred until August 23
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- Runoffs, where necessary, August 23
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