2021 Virginia lieutenant gubernatorial election

The 2021 Virginia lieutenant gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 2021, to elect the next Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. Incumbent Democratic Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax was eligible to run for a second term, but instead unsuccessfully ran for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.[1] On November 3, Hala Ayala conceded the race,[2] making RepublicanWinsome Sears the first black woman to be elected to the lieutenant governorship of Virginia or any statewide office. Sears was also the first Jamaican-American to be lieutenant governor.

2021 Virginia lieutenant gubernatorial election


 2017 November 2, 2021 2025 
 
Nominee Winsome Sears Hala Ayala
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 1,658,767 1,608,691
Percentage 50.7% 49.2%

County and independent city results
Sears:     50–60%     60–70%     70–80%     80–90%
Ayala:     50–60%     60–70%     70–80%     80–90%

Lieutenant Governor before election

Justin Fairfax
Democratic

Elected Lieutenant Governor

Winsome Sears
Republican

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