Gillespie, Northam and Hyra Make Last Pitches Before Election Day

Virginia Election News Guide

Republican Ed Gillespie (left), Libertarian Cliff Hyra (center) and Democrat Ralph Northam (right) are vying to be Virginia’s next governor. (Credit: AP Photo / Steve Helber, File)

The candidates vying to be Virginia’s next governor campaigned across the state today with hopes of making one last appeal to voters before polls open tomorrow morning.

When Virginians head to the polls tomorrow, they will elect a new governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general. All 100 seats in the House of Delegates will also be up for grabs. And, as Mallory Noe-Payne reports, Democrats are feeling the pressure.

Republican Ed Gillespie says he’s finishing his race for governor strong, and that he’s the one heading into Election Day with the big momentum. Michael Pope has details.

With polls showing such a tight race, Libertarian Cliff Hyra says he’s not afraid to possibly play spoiler.

Hyra has been polling at about 2%. He says success Tuesday would be mean better setting up his party for the future.

Polls open tomorrow morning at 6 and will remain open until 7 PM. You can find more details on where to vote and what materials are needed to cast your ballot here.

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