2007 Elections
Results: Map: Virgina General Assembly by District  |  Virginia   |   Maryland
Party Dominates Voting Decisions in Virginia
Virginia voters chose candidates in state and local elections not out of anger over illegal immigration, but based on party affiliation.
Democrat Gains Buoy Kaine's Agenda
MAP: General Assembly Races
VIDEO: Gov. Kaine Announces Win
VIDEO: Petersen Wins Senate Seat
PHOTOS: Election Night Excitement
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Slow-Growth Candidates Win in Loudoun
Four Democratic challengers defeated pro-growth Republican incumbents.
Connolly Wins in Fairfax | VIDEO
Democrats Sweep Races in Arlington
Stewart Defeats Pandak

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Control of the General Assembly

Seven-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Albert R. Wynn (D) was fighting for his political life on Tuesday, leading challenger Donna Edwards by fewer than 3,000 votes with nearly 96 percent of precincts reporting.
MONTGOMERY PROBLEMS: Election Board Workers' Error Hinders Voting (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A01)
THE DISTRICT: Fenty Prevails in Mayor's Race (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A01)
Cardin Far Ahead in Senate Primary; Leggett Has Big Lead in Montgomery: Attorney General Nod to Gansler; Mishaps at Polls Slow the Returns (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A01)
PROBLEMS AT THE POLLS: Election Workers' Error Blocks and Delays Voters (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A01)
ANALYSIS: Diverse Majority's Choice Signals a New Era (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A01)
Schaefer Is Trailing In Comptroller's Race: Gansler Wins Primary for Attorney General (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A19)
Johnson Claims Reelection Win: Baker Waiting For Final Tally After Delays In Reporting (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A19)
D.C. COUNCIL CHAIRMAN: Gray Overcomes Patterson In Race for Powerful Seat (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A19)
Leggett Leads Race For County Executive: Amid Glitches, Silverman Doesn't Concede (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A19)
Fenty Assembles An Army of Green: Candidate's Colorful Workers Dominate The Streets in Get-Out-the-Vote Effort (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A21)
D.C. MAYOR: Reiterating Her Love for the City, Cropp Concedes to Fenty (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A22)
AT THE POLLS: Election Officials Note Few Problems (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A23)
D.C. COUNCIL: Many New Faces Emerging in Ward Primaries (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A23)
Polling Irregularities: Voting Problems Could Spark Legal Challenges to Results (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A26)
FRUSTRATION IN MONTGOMERY: Some Voters Left Exercising Only The Right to Vent (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A28)
SOUTHERN MARYLAND: Major Fall Matchups Set in Growing Area (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A28)
Howard County: Guzzone Unseats Quinter in House Race; Livesay Defeated (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A29)
FREDERICK COUNTY: Incumbents Win GOP Races For County Board, Md. Senate (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A29)
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY: Leopold, Johnson Lead County Executive Races (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A29)
ANALYSIS: Md. Democrats Are Looking Good, Which Has Them A Bit Worried (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A30)
U.S. SENATE RACE: Black Democrat Says He Will Back Allen, Not Webb (Post, September 13, 2006, Page B05)
The Cropp Camp's Slowly Folding Tent (Post, September 13, 2006, Page C01)

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