The Suffolk Democratic Committee thanks all of our primary candidates for raising awareness, giving us choices, and making an exciting primary season. And we congratulate our nominees and pledge our support as we move forward to the general election in November.
Virginia’s Primary Elections will take place June 13th.
Visit our Candidate Information Page for information about your candidates.
Visit the Virginia State Board of Elections’s Voter Outreach Page for information on your registration status, your ballot, districts, and polling location. Remember to bring a photo ID, such as a driver’s licence, a military ID, or a Virginia voter ID to the polls.
The City of Suffolk has provided online maps and information about districts, precincts, and polling locations. Clicking on the images below will take you to the appropriate map pages on the city’s website.
Our next meeting will be June 13th, which is also Primary Day when we will choose our Democratic candidates for Governor, LT Governor, and, for some voters in Suffolk, House of Delegates District 64.
Please look at our Candidate Information Page for information about our candidates and links to their websites.
Vote in the Democratic Primary this Tuesday, then join us for our monthly meeting at 701 East Old Pinner Street.
See you Tuesday!
The Surry County Democratic Committee will be hosting a 64th District Democratic Candidate Forum on Tuesday, May 23 at 7pm at the Surry County Parks and Recreation Center, 205 Enos Farm Drive.
Our Democrats who are running for the 64th are:
Jerry Cantrell, and
For new voters and those who must update their registration, the last day to register in time for the primary is May 22. The primary election will be held on June 13, 2017.
Ralph Northam will be in Hampton Roads on April 12th at the Meet the Candidates Forum coordinated by Peninsula Voices for Change, Peninsula Indivisible, York-Poquoson Democratic Committee, and Middle Peninsula Progressives. In addition to Ralph, they have asked candidates from the 91st-98th districts and Justin Fairfax (Susan Platt and Tom Perriello will be at the May forum).
Admission is free, but please RSVP to let them know you’ll be there.
The committee would like to thank our Democratic candidates who joined us this evening: Jerry Cantrell, Rebecca Colaw, and John Wandling, running for the House of Delegates seat for District 64, Cliff Hayes, who is the delegate for the 77th District, Janel Hofler on behalf of Delegate Matthew James, and John Mahon on behalf of candidate for LT Governor Susan Platt.
We’d also like to thank our members and guests for their participation in tonight’s conversation. Stay involved! Please support our Democratic candidates. Visit their websites, follow them on social media, and consider canvassing for or contributing to their campaigns.
Also, keep the pressure on your representatives! Call, write, or show up. And remember, tomorrow (Mar 15), to send your postcard to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as part for the Ides of Trump effort.
Our next meeting will be a meet and greet for local candidates. We’re expecting all three Democrats running for House of Delegates District 64, for which there will be a Democratic primary in June, to be among our guests on Tuesday. They are Jerry Cantrell, Rebecca Colaw, and John Wandling
We’re also pleased to be joined by Susan Platt, Democratic primary candidate for Lt. Governor of Virginia.
We’ll be meeting at 6:30 instead of 7:00 to make time for our primary candidates and other guests.
All are invited to our meeting place at 701 East Old Pinner Street (LW’s Center) at 6:30, on Tuesday the 14th.
WHEN: Monday, March 6th, 4PM – 6PM
WHERE: Roger Brown’s, 316 High Street
Portsmouth, VA 23704