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 Republican Party’s nomination race for the United States Senate. All of the candidates running in the Republican Party’s nomination contest have responded to our questionnaire. See below for the responses. We thank these candidate for their responses and their willingness to frankly make their positions on these issues known to the electorate.
Democratic Party’s Nomination Process
Senator Mark Warner is the incumbent and uncontested for the nomination. – (Campaign Site)
We will send a questionnaire to Senator Warner after the Republican Primary contest has been completed.
Republican Party’s Nomination Process
On April 3, 2020 the Republican Party of Virginia announced that “Daniel Gade, Thomas Speciale, and Alissa Baldwin will appear on the ballot for the June 9, 2020 Republican U.S. Senate primary election” (Note that due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), has postponed the primary election to June 23, 2020 (see here (governor.virginia.gov)).
- Alissa Baldwin (response to questionnaire: PWMFA Survey from Alissa Baldwin)
- Daniel Gade (response to questionnaire: PWMFA Survey from Daniel Gade)
- Thomas Speciale (response to questionnaire: PWMFA Survey from Thomas Speciale)
Don’t have time to read and compare each candidate’s response. Here is a summary of all their positions, Survey – GOP candidates for Senate consolidated response.
NOTES: Whether in person voting will be allowed the June 23rd Primary Elections is still uncertain. Please review the guidance at pwcvotes.com. Absentee voting may be the preferred option.
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