UPDATED: Prince William Democrats Dominate House Delegate Races

| November 7, 2017 | 0 Comments | News

Democrat Delegate-elect Hala Ayala of Virginia’s 51st District.

Democrats handily beat Republicans in Prince William area Virginia State Delegate races, winning an average of almost 10 percentage points above their Republican incumbents.

Winners include Jennfier Foy (2nd District), Danica Roem (13th District); Elizabeth Guzman (31st), Lee Carter (50th), Hala Ayala (51st), Luke Torian (52nd.) Of those, only Torian, who ran uncontested, is an incumbent.

In the 40th District, Wednesday morning polls show incumbent Republican Tim Hugo having a slight lead over Donte Tanner in a contested election. Hugo has 15,103 votes to Tanner’s 14,988.*

Here are the most current numbers, updated Nov. 7 at 11:35 p.m.: 

2nd – 63% Jennifer Foy -D; 37% Mike Makee -R

13th -54% Danica Roem -D; 45% Robert “Bob” Marshall

31st – 54% Elizabeth Guzman -D; 45% Scott Lingamfelter-R

40th – 49.7% Tim Hugo -R; 50% Donte Tanner- D

50th – 54% Lee Carter -D; 46% Jackson Miller -R

51st -53% Hala Ayala -D; 47% Richard Anderson -R

52nd -94% Luke Torian -D, 6% write in

These Democrats join Governor-Elect Ralph Northam, Attorney General Mark Herring and Lt. Governor-Elect Justin Fairfax.

Democrat Donte Tanner was announced the winner of the 40th District Virginia House of Delegates race, but the vote was so close, it is currently being contested.

Those who cast provisional ballots due to not having their ID on them at the time of voting, have until Monday to bring their ID to the registrar’s office. It could make the difference in tight and contested races.

This article may be updated in order provide more information. 

*Bristow Beat plans to follow up on the Hugo-Tanner election results. 

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