Lieutenant Governor of Virginia
The Office of the Lieutenant Governor (Lieutenant Governor ) was created by an amendment to the state constitution in 1851, in the State of Virginia; previously the president of the State Council had acted as deputy of the governor. As governor and lieutenant governor not compete as joint candidates, both incumbents different parties may belong.
Before the American Civil War (1852-1860)
During the Civil War (1860-1865)
* Confederate Vice- governors during the Civil War
** Lieutenant Governor in the occupied part of the Union of Virginia