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Local Results: Woodbridge District Votes Democrat

Local residents voted Tuesday for president, senate and house candidates.

Voters in the Woodbridge area of Prince William County went to the polls Tuesday to choose a president, senator, representative and to vote on two consitutional amendments. 

Woodbridge District voters largely voted for Democrats in each race. 

President Barack Obama, a Democrat, won re-election against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the GOP nominee in the presidential race. There were several third-party candidates in the race for president, as well. 

Former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine was elected to the U.S. Senate after former Senator and Virginia Governor George Allen conceded the race. Allen, a Mount Vernon resident, was defeated by Jim Webb in the 2006 Senate race. Allen held the seat from 2000-2006.

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U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly, a Democrat, won re-election to his third term. He ran against Republican Chris Perkins, Independent candidate Chris DeCarlo, Green candidate Joseph Galdo and Independent Green candidate Peter Marchetti. 

The high voter turnout meant long lines for voters, and the Virginia State Board of Elections paused in their reporting of election results last night to "to ensure voters are not unduly influenced by preliminary results," a State Board of Elections release read. Those voters who lined up to vote before 7 p.m. were able to vote. 

For complete elections coverage on both national and local races and bond referendums, see the Woodbridge Patch Election section

[Editor's Note: Looking for 1st Congressional District precinct results? Visit Lake Ridge Patch.]

If you don't see your precinct listed, you may want to check Lake Ridge Patch or Dale City Patch.

Some precincts had still not reported results by 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 7.

HOUSE

11th Congressional District: Incumbent Gerry Connolly (D), Chris Perkins (R), Mark Gibson (I), Christopher F. DeCarlo (I), Joseph F. Galdo (Green Party), and Peter M. Marchetti (Independent Green Party)

Total Votes Gerry Connolly Chris Perkins Mark Gibson Christopher DeCarlo Joseph Galdo Peter Marchetti Write-in Precinct 701: Belmont 1819 1035 713 21 17 15 14 4 Precinct 702: Library 2254 1543 619 18 31 17 24 2 Precinct 703: Lynn







Precinct 704: Porter 2045 1346 630 19 23 8 14 5 Precinct 705: Potomac 1105 637 413 14 13 13 13 2 Precinct 706: Rippon 2262 1507 658 34 19 11 28 5 Precinct 707: Kilby 1318 923 341 19 15 13 4 3 Precinct 708: River Oaks Precinct 709: Freedom 1847 1426 340 27 23 19 10 2

SENATE

George Allen and Tim Kaine

UPDATE: George Allen concedes.

Total Votes George Allen Tim Kaine Write-in Precinct 701: Belmont 1846 748 1096 2 Precinct 702: Library 2287 649 1635 3 Precinct 703: Lynn Precinct 704: Porter 2076 653 1415 8 Precinct 705: Potomac 1120 450 667 3 Precinct 706: Rippon 2293 697 1588 8 Precinct 707: Kilby 1344 380 960 4 Precinct 708: River Oaks

Precinct 709: Freedom 1870 375 1494 1

U. S. President: Incumbent Barack Obama (D), Mitt Romney (R), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party), Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Jill Stein (Green Party)

UPDATE: Barack Obama wins re-election

Total Votes Barack Obama Mitt Romney Virgil Goode Gary Johnson Jill Stein Write-in Precinct 701: Belmont 1869 1106 738 7 11 5 2 Precinct 702: Library Precinct 703: Lynn 2341 1685 627 3 20 2 4 Precinct 704: Porter 2109 1425 658 3 11 5 7 Precinct 705: Potomac 1138 673 457 2 3 1 2 Precinct 706: Rippon 2325 1610 680 7 20 6 2 Precinct 707: Kilby 1380 985 369 2 15 5 4 Precinct 708: River Oaks Precinct 709: Freedom 1895 1537 343 2 11 1 1

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1: Eminent Domain


Total Votes Yes No Precinct 701: Belmont 1383 380
Precinct 702: Library 1664 494 Precinct 703: Lynn Precinct 704: Porter 1557 425 Precinct 705: Potomac 812 228 Precinct 706: Rippon 1649 506 Precinct 707: Kilby 966 275 Precinct 708: River Oaks Precinct 709: Freedom 1283 445

Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2: Veto Session


Total Votes Yes No Precinct 701: Belmont 1552 260 Precinct 702: Library 1912 326 Precinct 703: Lynn Precinct 704: Porter 1739 302 Precinct 705: Potomac 920 163 Precinct 706: Rippon 1895 349 Precinct 707: Kilby 1105 196 Precinct 708: River Oaks Precinct 709: Freedom 1572 251

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