Virginians and the country will be keeping a close eye on two primary races that could have a major impact on the U.S. House and Senate.
Voters will be heading to the polls to select nominees for House of Representatives and other local races across the state.
If you haven't registered to vote, it will be too late to vote in the primary, but you still have until October 15 to be able to vote in the November general election.
The state's tilt toward Democrats in recent years gives the party reason for some optimism.
On Tuesday, June 12, voters in Virginia will head to the polls.
Heller narrowly won his seat in 2012 against Democrat Shelley Berkley, who was hampered by ethics questions.
If Fenty were to win the primary, reflected Condit, "I think she brings something very different to the Republican Party than the state of Virginia Republicans are accustomed to". But Cramer is in his third term in the state's at-large seat, so he has strong name recognition and a record for winning statewide.
Trump also tweeted his endorsement of Adam Laxalt, Nevada's attorney general, just after noon Pacific time.
State Senator Jennifer Wexton, the apparent frontrunner and only state officeholder in the primary, was motivated to take on Trump after seeing increased turnout at her town halls after Trump took office.
'We need a seat at the table.
U.S. House - Virginia 10th District: Northern Virginians will be watching closely as Incumbent-Rep. Harry Reid, and Chris Giunchigliani, who was endorsed by Hillary Clinton and is a woman, which has proven to be a decisive advantage in earlier Democratic contests this year. Former Rep. Cresent Hardy is the Republican frontrunner in a six-person race, while former Rep. Steven Horsford is expect to win the Democratic nomination after incumbent Ruben Kihuen announced he wouldn't seek reelection in response to sexual misconduct allegations.
The president has come out strongly against Rep Mark Sanford (R-SC) in his primary battle against Katie Arrington in South Carolina's 1st District.
Voters can only participate in one primary.
Another Tuesday, another wave of primaries.
Republicans in Virginia are picking between Corey Stewart, who has built his public profile on defending Confederate monuments, state delegate Nick Freitas, the favorite of the Koch brothers-backed Americans for Prosperity and a Rand Paul ally, and minister E.W. Jackson, who has taken a series of hardline conservative positions on social issues.
Virginia features four House races that are expected to be competitive in November's general election.