|Elections in Virginia|
In the 1957 Virginia gubernatorial election, incumbent Governor Thomas B. Stanley, a Democrat, was unable to seek re-election due to term limits. Virginia State Senator Theodore Roosevelt Dalton was once again nominated by the Republican Party to run against former Democratic Attorney General of Virginia James Lindsay Almond, Jr..
- James Lindsay Almond, Jr., former Attorney General of Virginia (D)
- Theodore Roosevelt Dalton, Virginia State Senator (R)
|Democratic||James Lindsay Almond, Jr.||326,921||63.16%||+8.33%|
|Republican||Theodore Roosevelt Dalton||188,628||36.44%||-7.84%|
|Independent||C. Gilmer Brooks||2,089||0.40%|
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