The elections this year in Prince William County are Federal elections. We will vote for our member in the House of Representatives and one of the two senators who represents our state in the Senate. First we will nominate the candidates. Then will have a General Election in November 2020.
This post focuses on the nomination races for the House of Representatives. Two of the candidates running in the Republican Party’s nomination contest for the 10th Congressional District have responded to our questionnaire. Here is the Congressional survey transmittal letter 2020. See below for the responses. We thank these candidates for their responses and their willingness to frankly make their positions on these issues known to the electorate.
Note that there are three Congressional Districts that intersect the borders of Prince William County, the 1st, the 10th, and the 11th.
Democratic Party’s Nomination Process
1st Congressional District Candidates (contested nomination)
The two candidates above will compete in a primary election scheduled for June 9, 2020 (see pwcvotes.com).
10th Congressional District Candidates (uncontested incumbent)
11th Congressional District Candidates (uncontested incumbent)
Republican Party’s Nomination Process
1st Congressional District Candidates (uncontested incumbent)
10th Congressional District Candidates (contested nomination)
- Aliscia Andrews (response to questionnaire: PWMFA Survey Response from Aliscia Andrews)
- Jeff Dove
- Rob Jones
- Matt Truong (response to questionnaire: PWMFA Survey Response from Matthew Truong
The candidates above will compete for the nomination at the Republican Party 10th Congressional District Convention. The convention is currently scheduled for May 30, 2020 (see Convention: 10th Congressional District, Republican Party of VA).
11th Congressional District Candidates
Here is the 11th District GOP Committee’s website. That website confirms Manga Anantatmula will be the Republican Party’s nominee and compete with Gerry Connolly in the General Election.
- Because of COVID-19, the scheduling of the Republican Party’s congressional district conventions is uncertain. Please check the party websites for current information, Prince William County Republican Committee Events Calendar.
- Whether in person voting will be allowed the June 9th Primary Elections is uncertain. Please review the guidance at pwcvotes.com. Absentee voting may be the preferred option.