2021 Election Schedule
|Early Voting Starts at Registrar’s Office||23 April 2021|
|Deadline to Register For Primary Election*||17 May 2021|
|Deadline to Apply for Mail-in Absentee Ballot *||28 May 2021|
|Primary Election||08 June 2021|
|Early Voting Starts at Registrar’s Office||17 September 2021|
|Deadline to Register For General Election*||11 OCtober 2021|
|Deadline to Apply for Mail-in Absentee Ballot *||22 October 2021|
|General Election||02 November 2021|
* Please Note: You can Register to Vote, Verify Voter Registration, Apply for Absentee Ballots, and Find out Where to vote for both elections online via Virginia’s Department of Elections page.
Please feel free to visit the 10th CD Voter Information page to find links to your local Elections/Registrars Offices as well as your local Democratic Committees.
Tri-Caucus of Virginia Primary Candidate Forums
If you want to find out more about the candidates in the primary election, The Democratic Black Caucus of Virginia (DBCV) has joined with Democratic Asian Americans of Virginia (DAAV) and Democratic Latinos of Virginia (DLOV) to host three Statewide Candidate Forums. They invite you to be a part of this joint event presented by the Tri-Caucus.
Communities of color make up 40% of the Commonwealth of Virginia, but our communities have not had the opportunity to have their questions and voices heard by the Democratic candidates for statewide office. With this in mind, the caucuses of the Democratic Party of Virginia who represent the racial and ethnic communities of the party (DLOV, DBCV, DAAV) invite you to participate in our upcoming forum where they will give the candidates the opportunity to address the issues that matter most to communities of color such as:
- Workers’ Rights
- Criminal Justice and Police Reform
- Environmental Justice
- Health Inequities
Tri-Caucus will host three Zoom forums on the following dates:
Thursday, April 29th at 7 PM – Lt. Governor Forum – REGISTER HERE
Wednesday, May 12th at 7 PM – Governor Forum – REGISTER HERE (Updated Link)
Thursday, May 27th at 7 PM – Attorney General Forum – REGISTER HERE
Statement Supporting Actions Taken Related to the Capitol Riot
The members of Virginia’s 10th Congressional District Democratic Committee would like to express our appreciation to Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton, Senator Tim Kaine, and Senator Mark Warner for their many years of public service. This dedication was on display during the alarming January 6th attack by a mob of insurrectionists and rioters on the U.S Capitol. While this attack temporarily forced you and your colleagues and staff into a lock-down for your safety, you courageously and quickly resolved to go back to work and ensured the certification of the 2020 election results. We are thankful you were not harmed, and offer our heartfelt condolences for those who lost their lives in protecting the Capitol and democracy itself.
We thank Representative Wexton for her prompt declaration to support the impeachment of Donald Trump. We also request the initiation of a full-scale investigation into the attack on our citadel of liberty, and to bring the perpetrators and their enablers to full account.
Statement Condemning the Actions of Delegate LaRock
The members of Virginia’s 10th Congressional District Democratic Committee condemn Delegate David LaRock, representing Virginia’s 33rd House of Delegates District, for his participation in the shameful riot on Wednesday, January 6, 2021, in which armed insurrectionists marched on the U.S. Capitol building and invaded it. The invasion took place while Congress was in joint session to count the electoral votes of the states in order to complete the process of electing our next president. U.S. Senators, House Members, and the Vice President of the United States were all present in the building. The insurrectionists murdered a Capitol Police Officer, injured others, and desecrated property belonging to the people of the United States.
Delegate David LaRock has used his position as an elected official to incite violence and spread misleading information and therefore, we call on Delegate LaRock to resign from the Virginia General Assembly.
The next meeting of the 10th CD Democratic Committee will be on Saturday, May 8th at 10:30 am. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the meeting will be virtual and streamed to the public via Facebook Live (@10cdvadems).
Chair, 10th CD Democrats