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Virginia Primary Night June 2024 Results: Live Blog

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UPDATE 9:37 pm – With 22/24 localities reporting in the VA05 GOP primary, it’s now John McGuire 50.92%-Bob Good 49.08%.  Still too close to call.

UPDATE 9:05 pm –  With 17/24 localities reporting in the VA05 GOP primary, it’s now John McGuire 51.7% – Bob Good 46.7%.

UPDATE 8:51 pm – With 13/24 localities reporting in the VA05 GOP primary, it’s still close – McGuire 51.8%-Good 48.2%

UPDATE 8:43 pm – With 47/55 precincts reporting in the Arlington County Board Democratic primary, JD Spain leads with 32%, followed by Natalie Roy (28%) and Tenley Peterson (24%). This nomination process uses Ranked Choice Voting, so we’ll see what happens when that’s calculated…

UPDATE 8:22 pm – With 10/11 localities reporting in the VA07 GOP primary, Derrick Anderson leads 43.6%-40.3% over Cameron Hamilton.

UPDATE 8:10 pm – Congrats to Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA11), who is doing a superb job in Congress, for being overwhelmingly renominated (he currently leads with over 85% of the vote).

UPDATE 8:07 pm – Not Larry Sabato calls the VA10 Dem primary for Suhas Subramanyam, the VA02 Dem primary for Missy Cotter Smasal and the VA07 Dem primary for Eugene Vindman. Congrats and good luck to all three of these Democratic nominees. “NLS” also calls the VA10 GOP primary for Mike Clancy.

UPDATE 8:03 pm – With 8/24 localities reporting in the VA05 GOP primary, Trump-endorsed John McGuire leads incumbent Rep. Bob Good by a narrow 51.1%-48.9% margin.

UPDATE 7:55 pm – With 4/8 localities reporting in the VA02 Dem primary, heavy favorite Missy Cotter Smasal leads Jake Denton by a 65.7%-34.3% margin.

UPDATE 7:51 pm – With 26/33 precincts reporting in Alexandria, Alyia Gaskins leads by a wide margin (59.7%-28.8%) over Amy Jackson for Mayor. For City Council, the leaders are John Taylor Chapman (11.6%), Sarah Bagley (11.3%), Abdel S. Elnoubi (10.1%), Kirk McPike (10.1%), Jacinta Greene (9.5%), Charlotte A. Scherer (9.3%)…

UPDATE 7:48 pm – With 8/11 localities reporting in the VA07 GOP primary, it’s neck-and-neck between Cameron Hamilton (44.1%) and Derrick Anderson (43.9%). The winner of this primary will take on Democrat Eugene Vindman this fall.

UPDATE 7:46 pm – Ben “Not Larry Sabato” Tribbett has called VA05 for Gloria Tinsley Witt  and VA01 for Leslie Mehta. Congrats and good luck to both!

UPDATE 7:43 pm – With 14/55 precincts reporting in the Arlington Democratic primary for County Board, JD Spain leads with 31%, followed by Natalie Roy with 25% and Tenley Peterson with 25%…

UPDATE 7:41 pm – With 5/24 localities reporting in the VA05 Dem primary, Gloria Tinsley Witt leads by a big margin, 63.4%-21.5% over Gary Terry.

UPDATE 7:38 pm – With 5/7 localities reporting in the VA10 Dem primary, Suhas Subramanyam leads 33.7% over Dan Helmer (20.7%), Atif Qarni (12.3%), Jennifer Boysko (11.9%), Eileen Filler-Corn (8.8%)…

UPDATE 7:36 pm – With 6/7 localities reporting in the VA10 GOP primary, Mike Clancy leads by a wide margin, 61.3%-23.2% over Aliscia Andrews.

UPDATE 7:34 pm – With 4/24 localities reporting in the VA05 Republican primary, State Sen. John McGuire leads Rep. Bob Good 53.8%-46.2%

UPDATE 7:30 pm – With 61/133 localities reporting in the VA GOP US Senate primary, Trump -endorsed Hung Cao is running away with it, at 64.5% of the vote, with Eddie Garcia the runner-up at just 10.2%. This one’s OVER.

UPDATE 7:29 pm – With 9/18 localities reporting in the VA01 Dem primary, Leslie Mehta is now up 64%-36% over Herb Jones.

UPDATE 7:26 pm – With 7/18 localities reporting in the VA01 Dem primary, Leslie Mehta  holds a small lead over Herb Jones, 54.7%-45.3%.

UPDATE 7:22 pm – With 4/7 localities reporting in the VA10 Dem primary, State Sen. Suhas Subramanyam leads with 25.8%, followed by Del. Dan Helmer with 21.0%, followed by  former Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn with 11.6%, then State Sen. Jennifer Boysko with 11.6%.

UPDATE 7:19 pm – With 2/11 localities reporting in the VA07 Dem primary, Eugene Vindman leads by a wide margin, 58.7%-14.1% over Briana Sewell, and 9.8% for Elizabeth Guzman.

UPDATE 7:15 pmWith 20/133 localities reporting, Trump-endorsed Hung Cao leads the VA GOP US Senate primary by a wide margin (60.9%-11.5%) over Eddie Garcia. This one’s pretty much a done deal.

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It’s 6:45 pm, and polls will close in Virginia in 15 minutes. In this live blog of the primary election returns, I’ll primarly be checking the VA Department of Elections website (Democratic results here; Republican results here) and VPAP for results as they come in. Feel free to use the comments section of this post to report what you’re hearing. The top races I’ll be closely watching – in roughly descending order – are:

  • VA10 Democratic: Former Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn. vs. State Sen. Suhas Subramanyam vs. former VA Secretary of Education Atif Qarni vs. Del. Dan Helmer vs. Marion Devoe Sr. vs Krystle Kaul vs. State Sen. Jennifer Boysko vs. Adrian Pokharel vs. Del. Michelle Maldonado vs. Mark Leighton vs. Del. David Reid vs. Travis Nembhard
  • VA05 GOP: Rep. Bob Good vs. State Sen. John McGuire
  • VA07 Democratic: Eugene Vindman vs. Del. Briana Sewell vs. former Del. Elizabeth Guzman vs. Carl Bedell vs. Cliff Heinzer vs. PW County Supervisor Margaret Angela Franklin vs. PW County Supervisor Andrea Bailey
  • VA07 GOP: Derrick Anderson vs. Cameron Hamilton vs. Jon Myers vs. John Prabhudoss vs. Maria Martin vs. Terris Todd
  • VA10 GOP: Mike Clancy vs. Alex Isaac vs. Aliscia Andrews vs. Manga Anantatmula
  • VA01 Democratic: Leslie Mehta vs. Herb Jones
  • Arlington County Board (Democratic): Tenley Peterson vs. Natalie Roy vs. JD Spain vs. Julie Farnam vs. James DeVita
  • Alexandria Mayor (Democratic): Alyia Gaskins vs. Amy Jackson vs. Steven Peterson
  • Alexandria City Council (Democratic): R. Kirk McPike vs. Jimmy Lewis vs. Abdel Elnoubi vs. Sarah Bagley vs. Canek Aguirre vs. Jesse O’Connell vs. Kevin Harris vs. John Taylor Chapman vs. Jonathan Huskey vs. Jacinta Greene vs. Charlotte Scherer
  • VA05 Democratic: Gloria Witt vs. Paul Riley vs. Gary Terry
  • VA02 Democratic: Jake Denton vs. Missy Cotter Smasal
  • VA11 Democratic: Rep. Gerry Connolly vs. Ahsan Nasar
  • Roanoke City Council (Democratic): Terry McGuire vs. Phazhon Nash vs. Benjamin Woods vs. Jamaal Jackson (who dropped out but remains on the ballot)

 

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