Voters who live in six Richmond-area legislative districts will pick nominees in primaries Tuesday — four for the state Senate and two for the House of Delegates.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Remember to bring a photo ID. You can look up your polling place at vote.virginia.gov, or you can call the Virginia Department of Elections at (800) 552-9745.
Here is a recap on who is running in the Richmond-area contests.
Senate District 10
Civil litigation lawyer Eileen Bedell, community college administrator Ghazala Hashmi and Zachary Brown, a law student at the University of Richmond, are seeking the Democratic nomination to run against Sen. Glen Sturtevant, R-Richmond.
The district includes parts of Chesterfield County and the city of Richmond, plus all of Powhatan County.
Senate District 11
Amanda Pohl, an advocate for victims of sexual or domestic violence, and lawyer Wayne Powell are seeking the Democratic nomination to run against Sen. Amanda Chase, R-Chesterfield.
The district includes a large swath of Chesterfield, and all of Amelia County and the city of Colonial Heights.
Senate District 12
Veena Lothe, a lawyer specializing in civil rights and immigration and Del. Debra Rodman, D-Henrico, a professor of anthropology at Randolph-Macon College, are seeking the Democratic nomination to run against Sen. Siobhan Dunnavant, R-Henrico.
The district is chiefly in Henrico but includes a portion of Hanover County.
Senate District 16
Sen. Rosalyn Dance, D-Petersburg, faces a challenge from former Del. Joe Morrissey in a Democratic primary for the nomination to represent a district that includes parts of the city of Richmond and Chesterfield, Prince George and Dinwiddie counties, and all of the cities of Petersburg and Hopewell.
There is no Republican candidate in the contest.
House District 62
Lindsey Dougherty, a budget analyst for Chesterfield, and Tavorise Marks, regional coordinator for the Virginia Family and Fatherhood Initiative within the Virginia Department of Health, are seeking the Democratic nomination to run for a seat that is open with the retirement of Del. Riley Ingram, R-Hopewell, who has represented the district since 1992.
The Republican nominee is Carrie Coyner, a member of the Chesterfield County School Board. The district includes parts of Chesterfield, Henrico and Prince George counties and part of the city of Hopewell.
House District 68
Garrison Coward, chief operating officer for a Richmond-based predictive analytics firm, and Lori Losi, a financial consultant for a recruitment firm and a certified public accountant, are seeking the Republican nomination to take on Del. Dawn Adams, D-Richmond.
The district includes parts of the city of Richmond and Chesterfield and Henrico counties.