Looks like Aneesh Chopra for the Dems and Corey Stewart for the Repubs are in for lieutenant governor. This is going to be a fairly interest race to watch on both sides. I have come to believe that for whatever reason, this race is often the best indicator of where the state is political because its so powerless on its own many of both party's more "principled' folks run for it. It, to me, is often the most stark in political contrast.
I suspect this is where we will see Ward Armstrong land for the Democrats when he decides to run statewide, though he might take his crusade against utilities to the AG race. Chopra is a fascinating candidate because he's young and very credible in biography. For the Republicans, its widely held that Keith Fimian and Jeff McWaters are looking hard at this race, but the most impressive Republican candidate could be Jill Vogel.
The Democrats have an interesting potential in their top two candidates could be Terry McAuliffe and Aneesh Chopra, two men who have never held political office nor come from the conventional county or Assembly background.