2021 Virginia city, county election results

Here are the unofficial results of some local races in Virginia.

An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent. Leading candidates are in bold. Since mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day can still be counted if they arrive by noon on Friday, Nov. 5, these results are incomplete; Virginia election officials will certify election results on Monday, Nov. 15.

This page will be updated as results come in. The last update was at 12:05 a.m.

You can see the results of statewide races here

Alexandria

Mayor

(32 of 33 precincts reporting)

  • Annetta Catchings (R) – 31.07%
  • Justin Wilson (D)* – 67.52%
  • Write-in – 1.41%

City Council

Vote for up to six. 

Darryl Nirenberg – 8.72%

Canek Aguirre* – 12.36%

Sarah Bagley – 13.9%

John Taylor Chapman* – 13.98%

Alyia Smith-Parker Gaskins – 14.18%

Amy Jackson* – 14.58%

R. Kirk McPike – 11.59%

Glenda Gail Parker – 4.44%

Florence M. King – 5.38%

School Board

Vote for up to three depending on district.

District A

14 of 15 precincts

District B

12 of 13 precincts

District C

10 of 11 precincts

Michelle Rief* – 25.31%

Deanna Ohlandt – 13.9%

A.M. Boyle – 13.54%

Willie Bailey Sr. – 21.07%

Jacinta Greene* – 25.21%

Ashley E. Simpson Baird – 19.87%

Bridget Shea Westfall – 11.26%

Tammy S. Ignacio – 17.13%

Deborah J. Ash – 8.22%

PreeAnn Johnson -16.2%

Kelly Carmichael Booz – 17.73%

Ricardo N. “Coach Rico” Roberts – 8.63%

Abdel S. Elnoubi – 33.21%

W. Christopher Harris – 31.33%

Meagan L. Alderton – 33.47%

Commonwealth’s Attorney Bryan Porter and Sheriff Sean Casey are unopposed.

Arlington County

County Board

(56 of 57 precincts reporting)

Vote for one 

  • Takis P. Karantonis (D)* – 60.11%
  • Audrey Clement (I) – 18.34%
  • Adam Theo (I) – 5.66%
  • Michael T. Cantwell (I) – 13.83%
  • Write-in – 2.06%

School Board

  • Major M. Webb – 19.83%
  • Mary B. Kadera – 77.26%
  • Write-in – 2.92%

Bond questions

  1. $38.7 million for Metro and other transportation projects – Yes: 79.39%   |   No: 20.61%
  2. $6.8 million for parks and recreation – Yes: 77.12%   |   No: 22.88%
  3. $17.035 million for infrastructure, including neighborhood conservation and improvements in the Court House area – Yes: 71.14%   |   No: 28.86%
  4. $23 million for capital improvements in the schools – Yes: 78.42%   |   No: 21.58%

Fairfax County

Bond question

249 of 250 precincts reporting

$360 million for capital improvement in schools – Yes: 69.71%  |  No: 30.29%


Falls Church

5 of 6 precincts reporting

City Council

Choose up to four

David F. Snyder* – 20.16%

Deborah “Debbie” Schantz-Hiscott* – 21.59%

Marybeth D. Connelly* – 21.87%

Stuart M. Whitaker – 9.58%

Carolyn S. Lian – 18%

Scott C. Diaz – 8.03%

School Board

Choose up to four

Ilya Shapiro – 10.12%

Lori Silverman – 18.31%

Jerrod Anderson – 11.24%

Courtney Mooney – 7.79%

David Ortiz – 16.78%

Kathleen Tysse – 18.14%

Tate Gould – 16.95%


Loudoun County

Purcellville Town Council

Vote for one (4 of 5 precincts)

  • Erin K. Rayner – 56.16%
  • Sean MacDonald – 43.03%
  • Write-in – 0.81%

Mayor Town of Round Hill

3 of 4 precincts

  • Scott T. Ramsey – 93.87%
  • Write-in – 6.13%

Round Hill Town Council

Vote for not more than three

3 of 4 precincts

  • Paula G. James – 43.47%
  • Jesse P. Howe – 40.2%
  • Write-in – 16.33%

Mayor of Middleburg

3 of 4 precincts reporting

  • Trowbridge M. “Bridge” Littleton – 96.25%
  • Write-in – 3.75%

Middleburg Town Council

Vote for not more than four (3 of 4 precincts reporting)

  • Cindy C. Pearson – 25.91%
  • Peter A. Leonard-Morgan – 23%
  • C. Darlene Kirk – 24.46%
  • Morris E. “Bud” Jacobs – 23.24%
  • Write-in – 3.39%

Bond questions

100 of 101 precincts reporting

  1. $135,026,000 for school projects – Yes: 66.4%   |   No: 33.6%
  2. $7,190,000 for public safety projects – Yes: 82%   |   No: 18%
  3. $68,243,000 for transportation projects – Yes: 76.11% | No: 23.89%

Manassas City

8 of 9 precincts reporting

Commissioner of the Revenue

  • Stacia Jennings – 48.27%
  • Tim Demeria – 51.41%
  • Write-in – 0.32%

Treasurer

  • Anna Phillips – 46.01%
  • Patricia Richie-Folks* – 53.65%
  • Write-in – 0.34%

City Council

Vote for one

  • Lynn Forkell Greene – 72.08%
  • David Farajollahl* – 24.02%
  • Write-in – 3.9%

Prince William County

Haymarket Town Council

3 of 4 precincts

  • Mary A. Ramirez – 60.67%
  • Edward L. Robinson Jr. – 36.79%
  • Write-in – 2.54%

Stafford County

Board of Supervisors

Vote for one in your district

Aquia District

6 of 7 precincts

Falmouth District

6 of 7 precincts

Garrisonville District

5 of 6 precincts

Hartwood District

6 of 7 precincts

Paul V. Milde III – 48.82

Monica L. Gary – 50.56%

M.G. “Meg” Bohmke* – 58.78%

Sandy S. Cole – 39.85%

R. Pamela Yeung – 50.59%

Barton M. “Bart” Randall – 49.06%

Darrell E. English – 64.75%

Keith D. Jones – 34.72%

School Board

Vote for one in your district

Aquia District

6 of 7 precincts

Falmouth District

 

Garrisonville District

5 of 6 precincts

Hartwood District

6 of 7 precincts

Maya P. Guy – 55.31%

David S. Fauth – 44.03%

Sarah Breedin Chase – 67.2%

Write-in – 32.8%

Maureen L. Siegmund – 49.99%

Wanda D. Blackwell – 49.29%

 

Marc K. Broklawski – 44.92%

Alyssa D. Halstead – 54.48%


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Abigail Constantino

Abigail Constantino started her journalism career writing for a local newspaper in Fairfax County, Virginia. She is a graduate of American University and The George Washington University.

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