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Who’s winning Washington, D.C.: Live election results

Election Nov. 8. Get information about how to vote in Washington, D.C. here. See primary results here.

Past votes

Voters in Washington, D.C. have picked the winning candidate in election cycles since 1972. In 2012, they voted for with % of the vote. Below, look at the winner and margin of victory in the state, and which candidates went on to win the election.

Elected president

2012 presidential results
Local Elections

U.S. Delegate

Candidate Votes Percent
Eleanor Norton (D)  244,711 89%
Martin Moulton (LIB)  17,272 6%
Natale Stracuzzi (DCG)  13,358 5%

U.S. Representative

Candidate Votes Percent
Franklin Garcia (D)  0 0%

City Council At-Large

2 seats

Candidate Votes Percent
Lee Aikin (DCG)  27,685 7%
Carolina Celnik (R)  26,530 6%
John Cheeks (I)  23,698 6%
David Grosso (I)  102,544 25%
Matt Klokel (LIB)  13,460 3%
Robert White (D)  217,834 53%

City Council Ward 2

Candidate Votes Percent
Jack Evans (D)  0 0%

City Council Ward 4

Candidate Votes Percent
Brandon Todd (D)  0 0%

City Council Ward 7

Candidate Votes Percent
Vincent Gray (D)  26,437 87%
Gary Butler (I)  2,240 7%
Christian Carter (I)  1,738 6%

City Council Ward 8

Candidate Votes Percent
Trayon White (D)  0 0%

Advisory Referendum B-Petition Congr for Statehood

Candidate Votes Percent
Yes 227,562 86%
No 37,558 14%

At-Large Member State Board of Education

Candidate Votes Percent
Ashley Carter 93,235 42%
Mary Lord 82,716 37%
Tony Donaldson Jr. 46,526 21%

State Board of Education Member Ward 2

Candidate Votes Percent
Jack Jacobson 21,136 100%

State Board of Education Member Ward 4

Candidate Votes Percent
Lannette Woodruff 29,500 100%

State Board of Education Member Ward 7

Candidate Votes Percent
Karen Williams 13,339 49%
Dorothy Douglas 10,285 38%
Marla M. Dean 3,570 13%

State Board of Education Member Ward 8

Candidate Votes Percent
Markus Batchelor 8,660 35%
Tierra Jolly 8,157 33%
Shakira T. Hemphill 7,840 32%

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