Virginia elections, 2010
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City and town elections were held on May 4. Three special elections were also held:
- June 15, 2010: House of Delegates 26th District
- June 15, 2010: House of Delegates 27th District
- July 13, 2010: City of Portsmouth
United States House
All 11 Virginia seats in the United States House of Representatives are up for election in 2010.
State House of Delegates
Two seats in the Virginia House of Delegates were up in special elections in 2010. Regular delegate elections are held every two years; the last election took place on November 3, 2009.
One Virginia Supreme Court seat will be up for election in 2010, due to retirement. In Virginia, Supreme Court Justices can be chosen by the Governor, but they must be elected by the state legislature.
At least three measures have been certified for the November 2, 2010 statewide election:
- Question 1 - Exempt elderly from property taxes
- Question 2 - Exempt veterans from property taxes
- Question 3 - Increase the permissible size of the Revenue Stabilization Fund
Many elections for county offices will also be held on November 2, 2010.
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- Virginia State Board of Elections
- Candidates for Virginia U.S. Congress at Project Vote Smart
- Virginia Polls at Pollster.com
- Virginia Congressional Races in 2010 campaign finance data from OpenSecrets.org
- Virginia 2010 campaign finance data from Follow the Money
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