Va. primary election results: voting numbers trending up
Republican candidates Terry Namkung and Point out Sen. Jen Kiggans will encounter off towards Democratic incumbents in two Hampton Roads congressional districts.
VIRGINIA Beach front, Va. — Early voting numbers provided by election officials in Virginia Seashore display that absentee and early voting figures continue on to turn into a more common aspect of the election day approach.
In 2020, the City of Virginia Beach recorded more than 3,200 votes cast as early in-particular person or absentee votes in that year’s June Republican most important. When when compared to figures from 2018, just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, early and absentee voting accounted for significantly less than 800 votes of that year’s most important.
But according to Virginia Beach’s Director of Elections Christine Lewis, there ended up 1,563 votes solid early in person, and 1,554 returned by mail-in as of Saturday. That’s without having counting the far more than 1,500 ballots that have been sent out but not yet obtained as of Tuesday’s main.
“Seeing this kind of participation, it says that November will be a good deal additional as effectively because we never have these kinds of numbers for a most important,” Laura Kane said, absentee ballot director for Virginia Seashore.
In the June Republican Major in 2020, additional than 26,000 men and women voted in human being.
As the major town in Virginia’s Second Congressional District, the city will be a major force in who wins the November election.
Tuesday evening, the Associated Push referred to as the Republican major for prospect Jen Kiggans, the Virginia State Senator who will now obstacle incumbent Rep. Elaine Luria.
Mailed-in ballots will even now count as extended as it is postmarked by the date of the June principal (June 21), and acquired by election officers on Friday, June 24.