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Polls: Who Do You Support in Virginia House of Delegates Democratic Primaries?

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See below for a bunch of polls on Virginia House of Delegates Democratic primaries around the Commonwealth. Who do you prefer? Weigh in, below, and also please let us know (in the comments section) *why* you support a particular candidate. Thanks. I’ll keep these up until Thursday…enjoy!

P.S. Note that the filing deadline for the June 11 primaries is this Thursday at 5 pm.

House District 18 (Fauquier, Culpeper, Warren, Rappahannock Counties; 60% Gillespie district): Republican incumbent Michael Webert is being challenged by Democrats Tristan Shields and Laura Galante.

House District 25 (Augusta, Albemarle, Rockingham Counties; 57% Gillespie district): Republican incumbent Steve Landes is being challenged by Democrats Jennifer Kitchen and Lauren Thompson.

House District 26 (Harrisonburg City, Rockingham County; 53% Gillespie district): Republican incumbent Tony Wilt; Democrats Brent Finnegan and Cathy Copeland

House District 38 (Fairfax County; 73% Northam district): Democratic incumbent Del. Kaye Kory is being challenged by Democrat Andres Felipe Jimenez

House District 49 (Arlington and Fairfax Counties; 82% Northam district): Democratic incumbent Del. Alfonso Lopez is being challenged by Democrat J.D. Spain.

House District 50 (Prince William County, Manassas City; 58% Northam district): Democratic incumbent Lee Carter is being challenged by Democrat Mark Wolfe.

House District 57 (Charlottesville City, Albemarle County; 79% Northam district): Democrats Sally Hudson and Kathy Galvin are running for the seat currently held by Del. David Toscano (D), who has announced his retirement.

House District 62 (Chesterfield, Henrico, Prince George County and Hopewell City; 49% Gillespie/Northam district): Republican incumbent Del. Riley Ingram is retiring; a Republican and two Democrats, Tavorise Marks and Lindsey Dougherty, are running.

House District 87 (Loudoun, Prince William Counties; 64% Northam district): This seat is being vacated after incumbent Del. John Bell (D) decided to run for State Senate. Democrats Suhas Subramanyam, Hassan Ahmad and Akshay Bhamidipati are running for the nomination.

House District 88 (Spotsylvania, Stafford, Fauquier Counties and Fredericksburg City; 54% Ed Gillespie district): Republican incumbent Mark Cole is being challenged by Democrats Jess Foster and Kecia S. Evans.

House District 91 (Hampton City, York County, Poquoson City; 51% Ed Gillespie district): Republican incumbent Del. Gordon Helsel is retiring, leaving this seat open. Also note that if the new, non-racially-“packed” map holds, this district will become much more Democratic. Democrats Michael Wade and Martha Mugler are running for the nomination.

House District 92 (Hampton City; 80% Northam district): Democratic incumbent Jeion Ward vs. Democratic challenger Monique Gatling.

House District 96 (James City County, York County; 53% Gillespie district): Republican incumbent Brenda Pogge has announced she’s retiring. Democrats Rebecca Leser, Mark Downey and Chris Mayfield are running for the nomination.