Loudoun County election results 2019

Here are the general election results in Loudoun County, Virginia.

*=incumbent

Virginia House of Delegates

See results as they come in here.

Virginia Senate

See results as they come in here.

Commonwealth’s Attorney

*M. Nicole Wittmann — 54,917 (48.73%)

Buta Biberaj — 57,673 (51.17%)

Other — 116 (0.1%)

Sheriff

*Michael L. “Mike” Chapman — 61,644 (54.65%)

Justin P. Hannah — 50,091 (45.13%)

Write in — 253 (0.22%)

Commissioner of Revenue

*Robert S. “Bob” Wertz Jr. — 62,277 (55.42%)

Sri S. Amudhanar — 49,991 (44.49%)

Write in — 109 (0.1%)

Treasurer

*H. Robert Zurn Jr. — 65,133 (57.63%)

Kannan Srinivasan — 47,784 (42.28%)

Write in — 102 (0.09%)

Chairman Board of Supervisors

John C. L. Whitbeck Jr. — 43,656 (39.16%

*Phyllis J. Randall — 63,182 (56.67%)

Robert J. Ohneiser — 4,488 (4.03%)

Write in — 161 (0.14%)

Member Board of Supervisors

Algonkian District

*Suzanne M. Volpe — 5,719 (45.74%)

Juli E. Briskman — 6,763 (54.09%)

Write in — 22 (0.18%)

Ashburn District

D. M. “Mick” Staton Jr. — 5,044 (39.3%)

Michael R. “Mike” Turner — 7,756 (60.42%)

Write in — 36 (0.28%)

Blue Ridge District

*Tony R. Buffington Jr. — 11,984 (52.92%)

Tia L. Walbridge — 10,632 (46.95%)

Write in — 29 (0.13%)

Broad Run District

James G. “Jim” Bonfils — 5,417 (40.07%)

Sylvia Russell Glass — 8,069 (59.69%)

Write in — 32 (0.24%)

Catoctin District

Caleb A. Kershner — 7,444 (46.36%)

J. Forest Hayes — 5,792 (36.07%)

Sam R. Kroiz — 2,792 (17.39%)

Write in — 29 (0.18%)

Dulles District

*Matthew F. Letourneau — 9,057 (61.59%)

Sree R. Nagireddi — 5,622 (38.23%)

Write in — 27 (0.18%)

Leesburg District

*Kristen C. Umstattd — 10,064 (95.69%)

Write in — 453 (4.31%)

Sterling District 

*Koran T. Saines — 5,329 (66.06%)

W. Damien P. Katsirubas — 2,716 (33.67%)

Write in — 22 (0.27%)

Member School Board At-Large

Kenya A. Savage — 12,445 (11.55%)

Denise R. Corbo — 52,767 (48.96%)

Julia L. “Julie” Sisson — 42,229 (39.18%)

Write in — 329 (0.31%)

Member School Board

Algonkian District 

Atoosa R. Reaser — 6,650 (54.87%)

Melanie F. Turner — 5,441 (44.9%)

Write in — 28 (0.23%)

Ashburn District

Harris Mahedavi — 6,330 (53.73%)

*Eric D. Hornberger — 5,318 (45.14%)

Write in — 133 (1.13%)

Blue Ridge District

Ian J. Serotkin — 12,292 (56.46%)

Ram Venkatachalam — 9,425 (43.29%)

Write in — 53 (0.24%)

Broad Run District

Andrew T. Hoyler — 4,557 (36.97%)

Leslee M. King — 7,515 (60.97%)

Write in — 253 (2.05%)

Catoctin District

Jenna M. Alexander — 4,201 (27.41%)

John P. Beatty — 6,633 (43.27%)

Zerell S. Johnson-Welch — 4,494 (29.32%)

Other — 1 (0.01%)

Dulles District 

*Jeff E. Morse — 11,022 (97.2%)

Write in — 318 (2.8%)

Leesburg District 

Joe J. Newcomer — 5,291 (45.05%)

Beth R. Barts — 6,431 (54.75%)

Write in — 24 (0.2%)

Sterling District

Mike J. Neely — 3,059 (38.15%)

*Brenda L. Sheridan — 4,944 (61.65%)

Write in — 16 (0.2%)

Soil and Water Conservation Director

(Vote for not more than three)

*John P. Flannery II — 56,427 (24.05%)

*Marina R. Schumacher — 42,268 (18.02%)

Michelle C. Thomas — 57,680 (24.59%)

George Melik-Agamirian — 27,280 (11.63%)

Jasvinder “Jimmy” Singh — 35,509 (15.14%)

*James K. Wylie — 14,742 (6.29%)

Write in — 698 (0.3%)

Ballot measures

School projects

Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $93,940,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the costs to design, construct, and equip Middle School Classroom Additions; the costs to design, construct, and equip MS14 Dulles North Middle School; and the costs of other public school facilities as requested by the Loudoun County School Board?

Yes — 82,040 (72.7%)

No — 30,815 (27.3%)

Public safety projects

Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $22,870,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the costs to design, construct, and equip a Fire and Rescue Recruit Training Facility; the costs to design, construct, and equip Leesburg South Fire Station Renovations; and the costs of other public safety facilities approved in the County’s Capital Improvement Program?

Yes — 92,981 (82.38%)

No — 19,890 (17.62%)

Parks and recreation projects

Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $41,795,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the costs to design, construct, and equip Fields Farm Park; the costs to design, construct, and equip Lovettsville District Park Phase II; the costs to design, construct, and equip Philip A. Bolen Park Phase II; the costs to design, construct, and equip Scott Jenkins Park Phase III; and the costs of other public park, recreational and community center facilities projects approved in the County’s Capital Improvement Program?

Yes — 79,101 (70.4%)

No — 33,253 (29.6%)

Transportation projects

Shall the County of Loudoun, Virginia contract a debt and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum principal amount of $56,885,000 to finance, in whole or in part, the costs to design and construct an interchange at Route 7 and Hillsboro Road; the costs to design and construct a roundabout at Route 50 and Trailhead Boulevard; the costs to design and construct improvements to Westwind Drive; the costs to design and construct a Sterling Boulevard and W&OD Overpass; the costs to design and construct Route 7 Pedestrian Crossings; and the costs of other public road and transportation projects approved in the County’s Capital Improvement Program?

Yes — 92,068 (81.53%)

No — 20,856 (18.47%)


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