- Virginia is holding Democratic primaries in all its US House districts and Republican primaries in two districts on June 23.
- Several Democratic candidates are vying for the nomination in Virginia's 5th District, which could be more competitive for Democrats this year after Republicans ousted incumbent Rep. Denver Riggleman.
- Because of the significant increase in Virginians voting by mail this election, these races will likely not be called the night of the election.
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Physician and former White House fellow Cameron Webb won the Democratic primary election in Virginia's Fifth Congressional District, which is located in Central Virginia and includes the cities of Charlottesville and Danville.
On June 13th, Virginia Republicans ousted incumbent GOP Rep. Denver Riggleman in a drive-through party convention process attended by party delegates, as opposed to a regular primary election. See the rest of the story at Business Insider