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Virginia Election Results - The New York Times

Senator Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016, handily won re-election against Corey Stewart, a Republican dogged by his previous associations with white nationalists and his praise for the Confederate flag.

In a competitive state that Ms. Clinton won by 13 points in 2016, a number of House districts reflect the overall dynamics in the midterm elections: Competitive races flooded with campaign cash, female first-time candidates buoyed by a backlash against President Trump’s ascendance, and red districts that could flip in a blue wave.

U.S. Senate ›

Kaine* Tim Kaine*Democrat Dem.1,873,26457.0%
Stewart Corey StewartRepublican Rep.1,354,68141.2%
Waters Matt WatersLibertarian Lib.61,2031.9%

3,289,148 votes, 99% reporting (2,561 of 2,567 precincts)

* Incumbent

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Results Map

KaineStewartWaters
Fairfax

340,061

128,849

9,694

100%
Loudoun

105,926

58,319

3,315

100%
Virginia Beach

83,023

67,487

3,900

99%
Henrico

94,629

48,681

2,941

100%
Chesterfield

76,070

63,180

2,469

99%
Prince William

90,492

46,291

2,706

99%
Arlington

87,162

16,497

2,765

100%
Chesapeake

49,453

39,604

1,449

100%
Richmond City

73,924

11,857

1,635

100%
Norfolk

50,444

15,634

1,231

100%
Alexandria

53,213

10,708

1,463

100%
Newport News

39,039

17,394

975

100%
Stafford

28,502

26,417

1,088

100%
Albemarle

35,663

17,353

1,152

100%
Hanover

20,207

32,315

1,082

100%
Spotsylvania

24,484

26,462

911

100%
Hampton

37,408

12,686

620

100%
Roanoke

15,582

22,651

684

100%
James City

20,120

17,944

664

100%
Bedford

9,629

25,295

602

100%
Montgomery

20,088

14,372

965

100%
Suffolk

21,385

13,389

461

100%
Frederick

12,874

20,632

637

100%
Portsmouth

23,962

8,596

528

100%
Fauquier

13,724

17,790

634

100%
Rockingham

9,802

21,146

654

97%
Roanoke City

20,108

10,497

587

100%
Augusta

8,417

20,849

550

100%
York

13,621

14,816

532

100%
Lynchburg

13,609

12,235

993

100%
Pittsylvania

8,101

17,021

261

100%
Franklin

6,993

14,845

321

100%
Campbell

6,305

15,238

406

100%
Washington

5,823

14,346

267

100%
Charlottesville

17,604

2,343

450

100%
Culpeper

8,139

10,960

361

100%
Henry

7,056

11,463

186

100%
Isle of Wight

7,353

9,167

263

100%
Shenandoah

5,356

10,829

270

100%
Gloucester

5,526

9,814

277

100%
Botetourt

4,542

10,719

245

100%
Louisa

6,380

8,790

234

100%
Danville

9,415

5,517

163

100%
Powhatan

4,383

10,248

310

100%
Orange

6,143

8,571

215

100%
Warren

5,055

8,873

304

100%
Harrisonburg

9,229

4,052

404

100%
Halifax

5,867

7,689

113

100%
Tazewell

2,808

10,424

118

100%
Goochland

5,422

7,460

279

91%
Manassas

8,118

4,496

287

100%
Accomack

5,995

6,605

135

100%
Prince George

5,475

7,004

143

100%
Amherst

4,537

7,776

215

100%
Pulaski

4,060

7,832

169

100%
Fluvanna

5,976

5,789

217

100%
Mecklenburg

5,148

6,531

118

100%
Caroline

5,827

5,317

179

100%
Wise

2,858

7,991

98

100%
Wythe

2,873

7,664

153

100%
New Kent

3,722

6,762

159

100%
Carroll

2,459

8,039

114

100%
Dinwiddie

4,864

5,626

78

100%
Fairfax City

7,323

2,986

245

100%
Petersburg

9,161

989

75

100%
Salem

4,115

5,567

186

100%
King George

3,970

5,542

213

100%
Smyth

2,680

6,864

110

100%
Fredericksburg

6,606

2,830

189

100%
Staunton

5,410

3,934

228

100%
Rockbridge

3,579

5,620

143

100%
Winchester

5,222

3,656

210

100%
Russell

2,470

6,378

97

100%
Page

2,356

5,825

106

100%
Greene

3,182

4,746

190

100%
Waynesboro

3,849

3,711

149

100%
Scott

1,627

5,824

63

100%
King William

2,673

4,703

122

100%
Nelson

3,807

3,415

137

100%
Clarke

3,187

3,845

126

100%
Falls Church

5,889

1,111

144

100%
Southampton

3,047

3,920

67

100%
Prince Edward

3,892

2,964

111

100%
Westmoreland

3,441

3,416

78

100%
Lee

1,675

5,099

52

100%
Floyd

2,479

4,178

78

100%
Patrick

1,633

4,997

56

100%
Appomattox

1,828

4,750

99

100%
Giles

2,036

4,499

97

100%
Colonial Heights

2,105

4,183

120

100%
Northumberland

2,629

3,565

63

100%
Williamsburg

4,502

1,534

112

100%
Brunswick

3,711

2,393

41

100%
Buckingham

2,800

3,249

83

100%
Madison

2,266

3,653

88

100%
Poquoson

1,735

4,104

140

100%
Hopewell

3,490

2,345

95

88%
Buchanan

1,782

4,093

50

100%
Amelia

1,936

3,821

74

100%
Grayson

1,412

4,248

67

100%
Lancaster

2,682

2,947

74

100%
Alleghany

1,952

3,433

66

100%
Nottoway

2,463

2,775

64

100%
Bristol

1,769

3,424

67

100%
Middlesex

2,028

3,013

83

100%
Northampton

2,921

2,124

59

100%
Radford

2,978

1,958

130

100%
Charlotte

1,870

2,792

52

100%
Martinsville

2,887

1,565

77

100%
Lunenburg

1,942

2,480

51

100%
Dickenson

1,522

2,926

20

100%
Essex

2,264

2,115

36

100%
Mathews

1,566

2,791

58

100%
Manassas Park

3,022

1,260

89

100%
Cumberland

1,850

2,270

74

100%
Sussex

2,255

1,596

32

100%
Rappahannock

1,824

1,982

42

100%
Greensville

2,116

1,373

19

100%
Surry

1,993

1,436

35

100%
Charles City

2,131

1,168

36

100%
Franklin City

1,893

1,064

30

100%
King and Queen

1,318

1,613

38

100%
Richmond

1,191

1,683

20

100%
Bland

504

1,916

30

100%
Craig

544

1,615

30

100%
Lexington

1,510

569

36

100%
Emporia

1,163

707

18

100%
Bath

689

1,138

24

100%
Galax

620

1,197

12

100%
Covington

785

957

33

100%
Buena Vista

666

1,047

37

100%
Highland

400

772

12

100%
Norton

408

671

16

100%
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Live estimates of the final vote in Virginia’s Senate election

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

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The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

U.S. House ›

Dem. 7 won (+3 seats) 0 lead

Rep. 4 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 7 won (+3 seats) 0 lead

Rep. 4 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. Lead Win Flip

Rep. Lead Win Flip

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Live Estimates of the Final Vote in Virginia’s House Races

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

See Full House Forecast  ›

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Key House Races

U.S. House District 2 ›

Luria Elaine LuriaDemocrat Dem.131,14850.9%
Taylor* Scott Taylor*Republican Rep.126,60049.1%

257,748 votes, 99% reporting (179 of 180 precincts)

* Incumbent

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In this southeastern district, which includes Virginia Beach and the naval base at Norfolk, two Navy veterans were locked in a tight race. But Elaine Luria, a Democrat and one of a number of female Naval Academy graduates who ran for office for the first time this year, was able to successfully defeat the Republican incumbent, Scott Taylor.

Mr. Taylor’s re-election bid was shaken by allegations that his campaign tried to help an independent candidate get on the ballot, and potentially siphon off votes from Ms. Luria, by using the names of dead residents or voters outside of the district on a petition. A special prosecutor was appointed.

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U.S. House District 5 ›

Riggleman Denver RigglemanRepublican Rep.165,10853.3%
Cockburn Leslie CockburnDemocrat Dem.144,49746.7%

309,605 votes, 100% reporting (330 of 330 precincts)

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The unexpected retirement of Representative Tom Garrett, a Republican and member of the conservative Freedom Caucus, left an open race in a district that President Trump won by 11 points, which stretches across the state to the border of North Carolina and includes Charlottesville, the scene of a white nationalist rally that sparked violence.

The Democratic candidate, Leslie Cockburn, a veteran journalist, outraised her Republican opponent, Denver Riggleman, by more than $1 million. But Mr. Riggleman, an Air Force veteran, won.

During the campaign, Ms. Cockburn had to defend herself from accusations that she is “a virulent anti-Semite” because of a 27-year-old book she wrote with her husband. In July, she accused Mr. Riggleman of campaigning with white supremacists and writing “Bigfoot erotica.”

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U.S. House District 7 ›

Spanberger Abigail SpanbergerDemocrat Dem.170,73750.1%
Brat* Dave Brat*Republican Rep.165,96248.7%
Walton Joseph WaltonLibertarian Lib.4,1351.2%

340,834 votes, 99% reporting (227 of 228 precincts)

* Incumbent

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This usually conservative district, which sprawls from the Richmond suburbs to the countryside, was a toss-up this year. Representative Dave Brat, the Republican incumbent and House Freedom Caucus member, was part of the Tea Party wave in 2014 and shocked the Republican Party by beating Eric Cantor, then the House Majority Leader, in a primary.

But his Democratic opponent this year, Abigail Spanberger, a former C.I.A. operative with eight years of experience as a covert officer, was able to defeat him, in part because of her background and her work investigating international terrorism overseas. A number of liberal women’s groups also urged women in the district to vote for Ms. Spanberger and denounced Mr. Brat’s position on health care and support for President Trump.

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U.S. House District 10 ›

Wexton Jennifer WextonDemocrat Dem.202,55756.2%
Comstock* Barbara Comstock*Republican Rep.157,56143.8%

360,118 votes, 99% reporting (212 of 213 precincts)

* Incumbent

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Representative Barbara Comstock, a two-term Republican who held on to the seat in 2016, even as her district voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, lost to the underdog Jennifer Wexton, a Democratic lawyer and state senator.

Ms. Comstock faced challenges during the campaign over the confirmation of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court: while she considers Justice Kavanaugh an old friend, she also tried to present herself as a champion for victims of sexual assault and misconduct.

Ms. Wexton had the strong backing of the state’s top Democrats, including Gov. Ralph Northam and Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner.

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House of Delegates Special Election

Dem. 0 won 0 lead

Rep. 1 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 0 won 0 lead

Rep. 1 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
8 62%McNamara Rep. 38%Turner Dem.100%

  † Special Election

Ballot Measures

Question 1Property Tax Exemption for Flood Abatement

Yes Yes2,269,52170.7%
No No941,66829.3%

3,211,189 votes, 99% reporting (2,558 of 2,567 precincts)

Question 2Expansion of Veteran Property Tax Exemptions

Yes Yes2,705,83084.3%
No No503,18815.7%

3,209,018 votes, 99% reporting (2,560 of 2,567 precincts)

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