After months of campaigning and debates, Virginia voters will finally have their say Tuesday on who they would like to be the Democratic Party candidate for president in 2020.
Voters will head to the polls from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Gloucester, Mathews and the rest of the commonwealth to take part in the Super Tuesday primary.
Probably the most confusing part to voters will be the lengthy list of candidates they will be presented with on the ballot, according to registrars in the two counties.
All 14 candidates who qualified months ago will be listed, although six of them have since dropped out of the race. However, since none of those campaigns have officially withdrawn their candidacies with the Virginia Department of Elections, registrars are not allowed by law to post any notice of the candidates who are no longer in the race, nor can they give advice/information to voters about the ballot.
“They are all qualified in Virginia still,” said Gloucester registrar Bobbi Mo...
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