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2016 Virginia elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Federal and municipal elections were held in the U.S. state of Virginia on November 8, 2016. All of Virginia's House of Representative seats were up for re-election. Primary elections for Congress were held on June 14, 2016 and primary elections for president were held on March 1, 2016.

Federal elections

President of the United States

The Democratic Party candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of New York, carried Virginia with 49.8% of the popular vote against businessman Donald Trump of New York, who carried 44.4%, a victory margin of 5.4%. Clinton seemed to benefit from having Tim Kaine on the ticket. Whereas the national popular vote swung 1.9% Republican from the previous election, Virginia swung 1.37% Democratic.[1] Virginia was among the eleven states in which Hillary Clinton outperformed Barack Obama's margin in 2012.[1]

Trump became the first Republican candidate since Calvin Coolidge in 1924 to win the White House without carrying Virginia. It has not voted Republican in 12 years. Before 2008, Virginia had not voted for a Democrat since 1964. The Old Dominion is appearing to become traditionally Democratic for the first time in nearly 70 years. This is due largely to migration into counties in Northern Virginia close to Washington D.C., which has tilted those densely populated areas towards the Democratic Party.

Virginia was the only state in the eleven former states that belonged to the Confederate States of America to vote Democratic. This is a reversal from 1976, when it was the only state that had belonged to the CSA to vote Republican.

General election

United States presidential election in Virginia, 2016
Party Candidate Running mate Votes Percentage Electoral votes
Democratic Hillary Clinton Tim Kaine 1,981,473 49.75% 13
Republican Donald Trump Mike Pence 1,769,443 44.43% 0
Libertarian Gary Johnson William Weld 118,274 2.97% 0
Independent Evan McMullin Mindy Finn 54,054 1.36% 0
Green Jill Stein Ajamu Baraka 27,638 0.69% 0
Independent (Write-in)
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31,870 0.80% 0
Totals 3,982,752 100.00% 13
Voter turnout (Voting age population) 71.30%
Source: Virginia Department of Elections

Primary elections

All four major party candidates on the ballot won their state primaries. Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary by 64–35 percent margin. Donald Trump defeated Marco Rubio by a 34–31. Additionally, in the Republican primary, Ted Cruz, John Kasich and Ben Carson earned enough votes in Virginia's primary to receive delegates, although they all suspended their campaign before the 2016 Republican National Convention. The Libertarian Party did not hold a primary in Virginia, where Gary Johnson received acclamation. Jill Stein defeated Kent Mesplay by a 76–6 percent margin in the state's Green Party primary. Mesplay and Stein were the only two candidates on the ballot to receive delegates to send to the 2016 Green National Convention.

United States House of Representatives


District Party Incumbent Status Party Candidate Votes %
1 Republican Rob Wittman Won Republican Rob Wittman 230,213 59.86%
Democratic Matt Rowe 140,785 36.61%
Green Glenda Gail Parker 12,866 3.35%
2 Republican Scott Rigell Retired Republican Scott Taylor 190,475 61.33%
Democratic Shaun Brown 119,440 38.46%
3 Democratic Bobby Scott Won Democratic Bobby Scott 208,337 66.70%
Republican Marty Williams 103,289 33.07%
4 Republican Randy Forbes Lost Democratic Donald McEachin 200,136 57.73%
Republican Marty Williams 145,731 42.04%

Citywide elections

The cities of Richmond and Virginia Beach had municipal citywide elections for mayor and city council. Democratic candidate, Levar Stoney was elected as mayor of Richmond, while incumbent Republican, Will Sessoms was reelected as mayor of Virginia Beach.

References

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