Here are some of the share-worthy stories from Virginia and DC Patches to talk about tonight:
The Virginia Department of Elections' online portal for voter registration and other voter tools was down for much of Tuesday, the last day to register to vote or update an address for the Nov. 3 election. Some officials have called for a voter registration deadline extension, but Virginia's governor has indicated he doesn't have the authority to issue an extension.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam was cleared to hold in-person meetings Monday after spending 18 days in isolation due to a positive test for the coronavirus that caused minor symptoms in the governor. Both Northam and his wife — Pamela Northam — tested positive for the coronavirus on Sept. 25, a day after a worker in the governor's mansion received a positive test after showing symptoms.
Gov. Ralph Northam has been mentioned as a possible target in a federal court hearing on Tuesday for the men accused in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Don't try picking up a long-haired caterpillar you might see in your backyard in Virginia. They're easy to spot. The caterpillars look like they are wearing a wig.
A trio of local women are calling on Herndon residents to rise up for their rights and take part in the Herndon Women's March Saturday afternoon.
A Leesburg police officer found a campaign sign for President Donald Trump on fire in front of a house Friday night, the department said Tuesday.