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Virginia Arab American Population

U.S. Census Estimated Arab American Population: 56,529
Source: 2005-2009 American Community Survey Rolling 5-Year Average – U.S. Census Bureau

Virginia Demographic Sheet 

Key Election Resources 

Primary Election

Voter registration deadline for Primary Election: May 19, 2014
Primary Election: June 10, 2014

General Election

Voter registration deadline for the General Election: October 14, 2014
General Election: November 4, 2014

2014 Virginia Voter Guide

2014 Virginia Fact Sheet

Do you know where your polling place is? Find out here.
Virginia allows you to vote by absentee ballot if you won't be at home for the elections. Click here for information on how to get your absentee ballot.
For more information, please visit the Virginia State Election Site.

State Party Information

 

Virginia Democratic Party
Charniele Herring, Chairman

1710 East Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23223
Telephone: (804) 644-1966
Fax: (804) 343-3642

Website: www.vademocrats.org

Republican Party of Virginia
Pat Mullins, Chairman

The Richard D. Obenshain Center
115 E. Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23219
Phone: (804) 780-0111
Fax: (804) 343-1060

Website: www.rpv.org
Twitter: @VA_GOP

News

Virginia 2014 Election News: Week of October 13

October 15, 2014 — Blog

Virginia 2014 Election News: Week of October 13

Election Day is less than three weeks away! Read our latest coverage of campaign events and news highlights from Virginia. Read More »

Virginia 2014 Election News: Week of October 6

October 09, 2014 — Blog

Virginia 2014 Election News: Week of October 6

Election Day is less than four weeks away! Below is the latest coverage of campaign events and news highlights from Virginia. Read More »

On Record: Virginia Candidates Share Perspectives on Immigration

October 02, 2014 — Blog

On Record: Virginia Candidates Share Perspectives on Immigration

By Eddie Bejarano
Fall Intern, 2014

“Since I came here in the 1960s, Roanoke has gone from being a sleepy, segregated town to being a city of extraordinary diversity. Today we proudly celebrate having more than 104 different nationalities,” reflected David Bowers, the Mayor of Roanoke, in a Washington Post article in March. The change that Mayor Bowers witnessed in Roanoke is a process that is transpiring all across the United States. Read More »