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Virginia 2016 general election results

Virginia residents voted for local offices and ballot referendums, two constitutional amendments and U.S. House races in addition to president. Check back Tuesday night for unofficial election results plus a county-by-county breakdown of the presidential election.

Presidential results by county
Congressional race results
Constitutional amendments
Local race results
Local ballot issues

Note: All results are unofficial until certified.

(i) denotes incumbent

Presidential results by county

House race results

Constitutional amendments

Local results

Arlington County Board (vote for 1) – all precincts reporting
Libby Garvey (i) – 70 percent
Audrey Clement – 28  percent

Arlington County School Board (Vote for 2) – all precincts reporting 
Nancy Van Doren (i) – 53 percent
Tannia Talento – 45 percent

Herndon Mayor – all precincts reporting
Lisa C. Merkel (i) – 68 percent
Jasbinder Singh – 32 percent

Herndon Town Council – (vote for 6)  – all  precincts reporting
Jennifer Baker (i) – 14 percent
Jeffrey Davidson – 12 percent
Signe Friedrichs – 10 percent
Connie Hutchinson – 10 percent
David Kirby (i)  – 8.6 percent
William McKenna – 12 percent
Sheila Ole (i) – 12 percent
Roland Taylor – 6 percent
Grace Han Wolf (i) – 13  percent

Leesburg mayor – all precincts reporting
C. B. “Kelly” Burk – 41 percent – winner
David S. “Dave” Butler (i) – 29 percent
Kevin D. Wright – 30 percent

Leesburg Town Council (vote for 3) – all precincts reporting
R.E. Ron Campbell – 15.4 percent – winner
Thomas Dunn (i) – 15.1 percent – winner
Katie Sheldon Hammler (i) – 15 percent
John Hilton – 10 percent
Evan Macbeth – 13 percent
Gwen Pangle – 14.89 percent
Ken Reid – 16 percent – winner

Manassas Park Mayor – all precincts reporting
Jeanette M. Rishell – 62 percent
F.C. Frank Jones, Jr. (i) – 37 percent

Manassas City Council – (vote for 3) all precincts reporting
Rexford Parr – 14.9 percent
Pamela Sebesky – 17.7 percent – winner
Mark Wolfe (i) – 19.6 percent – winner
Theresa Coates Ellis – 15.7 percent
Ian Lovejoy (i) – 16 percent – winner
Jonathan Way (i) – 12 percent
Michael Youlen – 3.6 percent

Manassas City School Board (vote for 4) – all precincts reporting
Scott Albrecht(i) –  17 percent – winnner
Kim Jenkins-Bailey – 12 percent
Kristen Kiefer(i) – 19 percent – winner
Peter O’Hanlon – 15.9 percent
Suzanne Westre Seaberg (i) – 18 percent – winner
Robyn Williams – 17.5 percent – winner

Manassas City Treasurer (vote for 1) – all precincts reporting
Patricia Richie-Folks – 51 percent – winner
Russel Harrison – 48 percent

Local ballot issues

Arlington County
Metro and transportation bond referendum: Pass 78 percent
Parks and recreation bond referendum: Pass 76 percent
Community infrastructure bond referendum: Pass 75 percent
School construction bond referendum: Pass 79 percent

Fairfax County 
Meals tax referendum: 54 percent reject (242 of 244 precincts reporting)
Metro and transportation bond referendum: Pass 65 percent (241 of 244 precincts reporting)
Parks bond referendum: Pass 65 percent (242 of 244 precincts reporting)
Human services and community development bond referendum: Pass 63  percent (242 of 244 precincts reporting)

Loudoun County 
Parks bond referendum: Pass 59 percent
Public safety bond referendum:  Pass 78 percent
Transportation bond referendum: Pass 73 percent
School projects bond referendum: Pass  71 percent

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