MCLEAN, Va. (WUSA9) -- The dissatisfaction surrounding the Governor's race may keep people from going to the polls.
But there are many issues that will be decided based on who else is elected on Tuesday.
Transportation is a key issue in one of the tightest races for the House of Delegates in McLean's District 34.
First time candidate Democrat Kathleen Murphy says she would have supported the first transportation funding measure in 27 years to pass the General Assembly and become law. Republican Barbara Comstock voted against it.
Comstock says she opposed it because of the taxes it raised on Northern Virginians. But, she says now that it's law she'll be the "champion" for directly the best congestion-relief projects to the area.
Comstock accuses her opponent of wanting to raise taxes. Murphy says she has no plans to raise taxes.
Murphy criticizes Comstock for helping to kill the law which limited gun purchases in Virginia one per month. Comstock says the law had been watered down so much that wasn't much of a point to it anymore.
Comstock says Virginia has developed a strong background check system but Murphy wants to expand checks to all sales at gun-shows.
At Comstock headquarters, volunteers work tirelessly telling voters about Comstock's number priority jobs.
Comstock touts her sponsorship of legislation that helped Data centers move to the area and eased teleworking.
At her democratic opponent headquarters a few blocks away, first time candidate Democrat Kathleen Murphy says growing jobs is about making Virginia a more welcoming state that won't keep businesses from coming.
Murphy criticizes Comstock for her vote to require abdominal ultrasounds for women seeking abortions and to require strict new regulations on clinics that perform abortions.
Comstock said she voted for the bi-partisan legislation because it helped ensured the health and safety of women who rely on the centers. Murphy says that answer is just a ruse to further restrict women from accessing abortion.