- The newly-selected Republican nominees for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general are touring the state, and they came to speak to supporters in Albemarle County on Tuesday.
- A judge will decide on Monday if Albemarle County supervisor Chris Dumler can stay in his post. Dumler will be in court to fight a petition filed earlier this year with 580 signatures pushing to oust him from office. Dumler pleaded guilty to a sex charge in January.
- Virginia Republicans have chosen firebrand conservative minister E.W. Jackson's for lieutenant governor, the first black candidate the party has nominated for statewide office since 1988.