Polls are open for elections from Fredericksburg, Orange and Culpeper all the way to Norfolk and Fairfax.
In Fredericksburg, voters will cast a ballot for all four wards for the City Council, but only ward's 3 and 4 are contested. There are also four unopposed seats for the school board. Here's who's running:
Brad C. Ellis Ward 1
William C. "Billy" Withers Ward 2
Tim P. Duffy Ward 3
Richard K. Friesner Ward 3
Charlie L. "Chuck" Frye, Jr. Ward 4
Beatrice R. "Bea" Paolucci Ward 4
Elizabeth R. Rehm Ward 1
Barbara A. Miller-Richards Ward 2
Jannan W. Holmes Ward 3
Malvina Rollins Kay Ward 4
In Orange, there are three, without any competition.
Town voters will pick four candidates for town council and one candidate for mayor in Culpeper.
Here's who is running for Culpeper Town Council:
-- Tom Letts, 55 - member, Culpeper Architectural Review Board and Culpeper Town Parks & Recreation Commission
-- Hank Milans, 66 - Town of Culpeper construction inspector
-- Ben Phillips, 39 - incumbent member Culpeper Town Council since 2010
-- Keith Price, 57 - board of directors, Museum of Culpeper History, former chairman Veterans Recognition Committee
-- Pranas Rimeikis, 62 - former two-term mayor of Culpeper
-- Jon Russell, 38 - former city councilman in Washougal, Washington
-- Billy Yowell, 64 - incumbent, Culpeper Town Council since 1988
The Culpeper Mayor ballot:
-- Chip Coleman, 64 - incumbent mayor since 2010, Culpeper Town Councilman since 2003
-- Mike Olinger, 43 - incumbent vice mayor, Culpeper Town Councilman since 2000
( Personal candidate information, thanks to the Culpeper Star Exponent)
See what's on your ballot before you go at www.sbe.virginia.gov. The polls are open until 7:00 p.m. tonight.