Voter Information Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. as Virginians pick some of the Republican and Democratic candidates who will face each other in the Nov. 8 general election. The primaries are open to any registered voter. People can vote in one or the other but not both.
Governor's Race Two Republicans, former attorney general Jerry W. Kilgore and Warrenton Mayor George B. Fitch, are competing for their party's nomination. Lt. Gov. Timothy M. Kaine is unopposed for the Democratic nomination.
Lieutenant Governor Two Republicans and four Democrats are competing for their parties' nominations. The Republicans are Sen. Bill Bolling (Hanover) and Sean T. Connaughton, chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors. The Democrats are Del. Viola O. Baskerville (Richmond), former state senator and congresswoman Leslie L. Byrne, Del. J. Chapman Petersen (Fairfax) and Sen. Phillip P. Puckett (Russell).
Attorney General Stephen E. Baril, a lawyer in Richmond, and Del. Robert F. McDonnell (Virginia Beach) are competing for the Republican nomination. Sen. R. Creigh Deeds (Bath) is unopposed for the Democratic nomination.
House of Delegates There are Democratic primaries in seven districts statewide. The Republicans are holding primaries in 12.
In The Post Voters Guides were published Thursday in the Northern Virginia Extras. Results will be published tomorrow.
On the Web Results will be available after the polls close at www.washingtonpost.com. Also available are an online Voters Guide, candidate profiles and campaign articles, a guide to the primaries and a campaign blog.