Prince William County election results 2019

Here are election results in Prince William County, Virginia.

This page will be updated as results come in. You can also see all Prince William County results on the Virginia Board of Elections site.

*=incumbent

Virginia House of Delegates

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Virginia Senate

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Commonwealth’s Attorney

Michael C. “Mike” May — 43,234 (41.54%)

Amy K. Ashworth — 60,833 (58.45%)

Other — 16 (0.02%)

Sheriff

*Glen Hill Sr. — 46,439 (44.34%)

Joshua Lavon King — 47,541 (45.39%)

Rhonda L. Dickson — 10,749 (10.26%)

Other — 15 (0.0.1%)

Board of Supervisors Chairman

John S. Gray — 36,466 (35.06%)

Ann B. Wheeler — 57,653 (55.43%)

Donald E. Scoggins — 4,687 (4.51%)

Muneer A. Baig — 5,175 (4.98%)

Other — 32 (0.03%)

Member Board of Supervisors

Brentsville District 

*Jeanine M. Lawson — 9,070 (55.06%)

M. M. “Maggie” Hansford — 7,399 (44.92%)

Other — 3 (0.02%)

 

Coles District 

Yesli I. Vega — 10,232 (55.94%)

Raheel A. Sheikh — 8,049 (44.01%)

Other — 9 (0.05%)

 

Gainesville District

*Peter K. Candland — 9,310 (56.72%)

Danny W. Funderburk —7,096 (43.23%)

Other — 8 (0.05%)

 

Neabsco District

*Victor S. Angry — 14,066 (99.67%)

Other – 47 (0.33%)

 

Occoquan District

*Ruth M. Anderson – 8,781 (49.08%)

Kenny Allen Boddye – 9,109 (50.91%)

Other — 3 (0.02%)

 

Potomac District 

Douglas S. Taggart — 5,162 (36.41%)

Andrea O. Bailey — 9,011 (63.56%)

Other – 4 (0.03%)

 

Woodbridge District

Margaret Angela Franklin — 9,792 (99.49%)

Other — 50 (0.51%)

School Board Chairman

Alyson A. Satterwhite — 42,696 (41.21%)

Stanley Bender — 7,457 (7.2%)

*Babur B. Lateef — 53,430 (51.57%)

Other — 30 (0.03%)

Member School Board

Brentsville District

Shawn L. Brann — 7,776 (48.69%)

Adele E. Jackson — 8,185 (51.25%)

Other — 10 (0.06%)

 

Coles District

Lisa A. Zargarpur — 7,742 (43.54%)

Jacqueline M. Gaston — 3,587 (20.17%)

*William J. “Willie” Deutsch — 6,432 (36.17%)

Other — 21 (0.12%)

 

Gainesville District

Jennifer T. Wall — 8,517 (53.27%)

Patricia A. Kuntz — 7,467 (46.7%)

Other — 5  (0.03%)

 

Neabsco District

*Diane L. Raulston — 7,548 (76.91%)

Joseph H. “Joe” George — 2,252 (22.95%)

Other — 14 (0.14%)

 

Occoquan District

Karen L. Boyd — 7,541 (43.07%)

*Lillie G. Jessie — 9,965 (56.91%)

Other — 3 (0.02%)

 

Potomac District

*Justin David Wilk — 11,752 (99.67%)

Other — 39 (0.33%)

 

Woodbridge District

*Loree Y. Williams — 9,768 (99.77%)

Other — 23 (0.23%)

Soil and Water Conservation Director

(Vote for not more than three)

Tammi R. Lambert — 22,642 (11.15%)

Will A. Lintner — 59,097 (29.1%)

Mansimran Sing Kahlon — 44,359 (21.84%)

Stephanie J. Cornnell — 31,511 (15.52%)

Tiziana Bottino — 45,260 (22.29%)

Others — 205 (0.1%)

Public measures

Mobility/road improvements bond

Shall Prince William County, Virginia, contract a debt, borrow money, and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $355,000,000 to provide funds (including reimbursement to the County for temporary financing) for the purpose of financing the costs of acquiring, designing, constructing and improving the following mobility/road improvement projects in the County: Devlin Road Widening; Route 28 Bypass/Widening; Minnieville Road/Prince William Parkway Interchange; Old Bridge Road/Gordon Boulevard Intersection; and Summit School Road Extension?

92 of 94 precincts reporting

Yes – 78,996 (72.74%)

No – 29,598 (27.26%)

Park improvement bonds — outdoor facilities 

Shall Prince William County, Virginia, contract a debt, borrow money, and issue its general obligation capital improvement bonds in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $41,000,000 to provide funds (including reimbursement to the County for temporary financing) for the purpose of financing the costs of acquiring, designing, constructing and improving the following park improvement projects in the County: Howison Park Improvements; New Neabsco Park Development; Fuller Heights Park Expansion; Hellwig Park Artificial Turf Fields; and Countywide Trail (including, but not limited to, the Occoquan Greenway and Neabsco Greenway), Open-Space and Accessibility Projects?

91 of 94 precincts reporting

Yes – 37,414 (64.66%)

No – 6,458 (35.34%)

Offtrack pari-mutuel wagering (Prince William County)

Shall pari-mutuel wagering be permitted in the Town of Dumfries at satellite facilities in accordance with Chapter 29 (§ 59.1-364 et seq.) of Title 59.1 of the Code of Virginia?

Yes – 467 (60.41%)

No – 306 (39.59%)


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