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Prince William’s Democratic Delegates Graduate to Become Sophomores

| November 5, 2019 | 0 Comments | News

Photo by Mike Beaty. The House of Delegates swearing in 2018. Del. Hala Ayala.


The Democratic freshman class graduates to sophomores! But a few races are nail-biters and could still turn.

In Prince William County, it appears the incumbents held their ground.



13th D-Danica Roem (incumbent) 56.7% to R-Kelly McGinn

Danica Roem holds the 13th by a respectable majority.


31st D-Elizabeth Guzman (incumbent) 52.64% to R-D.J. Jordan 47.21%

Elizabeth Guzman beats Republican D.J. Jordan, Jr.. with numbers very close in Prince William County.


*23rd D-Dan Helmer 52.33% to R-Tim Hugo (incumbent) 47.56%

Democrat Dan Helmer has replaced Tim Hugo.

This has been corrected. Tim Hugo only won Prince William County, not the 23rd District.


50th D-Lee Carter (incumbent) 53% to Ian Lovejoy 46.7%

Socialist Democrat Lee Carter holds his district by 13 points in the once strongly Republican district.


51st D- Hala Ayala (incumbent) 50.24% to R-Richard Anderson 49.76%

Here’s another race that may be too close to call, but it looks like Ayala very, very narrowly won against Rich Anderson, who held the seat before her.


2nd D- Jennifer Carroll Foy (incumbent) 75.38% to R-Heater Mitchell 24.62%

Freshman Carroll Foy beat challenger Heather Mitchell by a landslide.


52nd D-Luke E. Torian (incumbent) 74.23% to R- Maria Martin 25.7%

Torian strongly carried his district.


87th R-William “Bill” Drennan 59.22% to D-Suhas Subramanyam 40.78%

Here is a district where the Republican candidate had a strong lead.



13th D- John J. Bell 54.3% to R-Geary M. Higgins 45.7%


Jeremy McPike campaigning

28th R- Richard Stuart (incumbent) 58.31% to D-Qasim Rashid 41.58


51st D-Jeremy McPike (incumbent) 92.3% (unopposed)


36th D-Scott Survell  (incumbent) 95.3% (unopposed)

Information is based upon reporting from the Virginia Department of Elections unofficial election night results. 

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