The primary election on June 11 will have Democratic and Republican ballots, with absentee ballot voting available beginning April 26.
While Virginia law stipulates that any qualified voter may vote in either political party's primary, no voter may vote in more than one political party's primary on the same election day, said Gloucester General Registrar Bobbi Morgan.
The ballot choices on June 11 will be:
--For Democratic Party ballot, a Lieutenant Governor's election between Ralph S. Northam or Aneesh Chopra;
--Also on the Democratic Party ballot an Attorney General's race between Mark R. Herring or Justin E. Farfax;
--Or the Republican Party ballot of the Gloucester Board of Supervisors At-Large seat race between incumbent Louise D. Theberge and John C. Meyer Jr.
In addition to regular office hours, the Voter Registrar's Office will be open Saturday, June 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the last day of absentee voting, Morgan said. The last day to register to vote or make changes to your name or address to be eligible to vote is May 20, she said.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun