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Jackson is running for [[Virginia lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2013|election]] to the office of [[Lieutenant Governor]]. Jackson is seeking the [[Republican]] nomination in the primary convention on May 18. The general election takes place on November 5, 2013.
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Jackson is running for [[Virginia lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2013|election]] to the office of [[Lieutenant Governor]]. He is seeking the [[Republican]] nomination for the state executive seat, which will be opened in 2013 because incumbent [[Bill Bolling]] (R) decided not to run for re-election.
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The Republican Party of Virginia is holding a closed primary convention on May 17-18, 2013 to nominate its candidates for [[Governor of Virginia|governor]], [[Lieutenant Governor|lt. governor]], and [[Attorney General of Virginia|attorney general]]. The candidate in each field who receives the highest number of delegate votes at the convention will advance to the [[Virginia state executive official elections, 2013|November 5, 2013]] general election.
  
 
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E.W. Jackson
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Date of primaryMay 18, 2013
Candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Virginia
PartyRepublican
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E.W. Jackson is a Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia in the 2013 elections.[1]

Elections

2013

See also: Virginia lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2013

Jackson is running for election to the office of Lieutenant Governor. He is seeking the Republican nomination for the state executive seat, which will be opened in 2013 because incumbent Bill Bolling (R) decided not to run for re-election.

The Republican Party of Virginia is holding a closed primary convention on May 17-18, 2013 to nominate its candidates for governor, lt. governor, and attorney general. The candidate in each field who receives the highest number of delegate votes at the convention will advance to the November 5, 2013 general election.

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