Candidate for lieutenant governor Sen. Ralph Northam will visit Greenspring at 11 a.m. Wednesday to talk to voters. According to a news release, this event has been organized in coordination with the resident-run Democratic Club of Greenspring.
In 2003, the retirement community became a voting precinct. Traditionally. it produces the highest voter turnout percentage in Fairfax County and across the Commonwealth. According to Greenspring, the community has about 1,800 registered voters who are 62 and older.
Since the beginning of the year, multiple political candidates have made stops at Greenspring including gubernatorial candidates Ken Cuccinelli and Terry McAuliffe, candidates for attorney general, Sen. Mark Herring and Sen. Mark Obenshain and candidate for Lt. Governor, E.W. Jackson.
Northam will speak to voters in the Village Square Accotink Room located at 7410 Spring Village Dr.