Virginia& New Jersey elect governors on November 2

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2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election

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2021 Virginia Governor Election Predictions

If you’re into the 2021 Virginia gubernatorial election, this is the place to be on Electionarium.

From here, you can get to our predictions of the race, special commentary, and results.

Election day in the Old Dominion is on November 2.

2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election Predictions

2021 Virginia Governor Election Predictions
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2021 Virginia Gubernatorial Election Results

2021 Virginia Governor Election Results
Link available after November 2, 2021

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2021 United States Gubernatorial Elections

Election Background

Ralph Northam (D) is Virginia’s incumbent governor, elected in 2017. Virginia elects governors to single four-year terms, though a former governor can run for a non-consecutive term. As such, Northam will not be seeking re-election in 2020.

Terry McAuliffe (D), a former governor, won the Democratic nomination in hopes of becoming a rare non-consecutive terms governor.

Virginia Governor Candidates 2021

Virginia Governor Candidates 2021

Virginia Gubernatorial Election: Recent History

2017NORTHAM (D) defeats Gillespie (R), 54% to 45%
2013McAULIFFE (D) defeats Cuccinelli (R), 48% to 45%
2009McDONNELL (R) defeats Deeds (D), 59% to 41%
2005KAINE (D) defeats Kilgore (R), 52% to 46%
2001WARNER (D) defeats Earley (R), 52% to 47%
1997GILMORE (R) defeats Beyer (D), 56% to 43%
1993ALLEN (R) defeats Terry (D), 58% to 41%

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