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POLL: Who Do You Support in the VA-10 Democratic Primary? [FINAL RESULTS]


UPDATE 4/29: The final results, with 574 votes, are: Jennifer Wexton 55.8%, Lindsey Davis Stover 13.1%, Alison Friedman 11.7%, Julia Biggins 10.5%, Dan Helmer 6.3%, Paul Pelleter 2.8%. Note that these results are almost identical to the poll we did back in mid-March, with the main differences being that Shadi Ayyas didn’t make the ballot, and also that Friedman and Biggins gained a bit since then.

I last did one of these in mid-March, about three months out from the June 12 primary (the final results of that one were Jennifer Wexton 55%, Lindsey Davis Stover 13%, Alison Friedman 9%, Julia Biggins 9%, Dan Helmer 7%, Shadi Ayyas 5%, Paul Pelletier 3%). Now, after many more debates (e.g., see my detailed recap of the one this past Sunday) we’re only about 1 1/2 months out, so…here we go again with this unscientific poll for the Democratic primary. I’ll keep this open until April 29. Let’s see where we stand now!

  • Kyle

    Stover for the win ya’ll!! I think she may even be related to Russell Stover, the chocolate maker, which is yummy yummy in my tummy. Peace!

  • Cglass

    I’ll support the first candidate that supports ending our wars in the Middle East and Africa and bringing our troops home. Peace! What a concept.

  • old_redneck

    The Lovettsville Lady over at The Bullshitting Elephant likes this article so much, she cut-and-pasted the poll results.


    • I love how she incorrectly has our URL as “BlueVirginia.net ,” when of course it’s always been bluevirginia.us

  • Anthony Shifflett

    Just today when I was going out to my car I got a call about the primary.

    The pollster ran through the list of questions.

    At the end, she asked me my birthday and said questions about a candidate would be asked, and the candidate would vary by month. I told her and she rolled through a list of Alison Friedman questions. I told the lady I hate these things because they force a decision on you.