Election 2018

Virginia Election Results



How each House district leans politically
District 1 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 12.4 points and Rob Wittman (R) won by 23.3.
District 2 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 3.4 points and Scott Taylor (R) won by 22.9.
District 3 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 31.5 points and Robert Scott (D) won by 33.6.
District 4 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 21.4 points and Donald McEachin (D) won by 15.7.
District 5 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 11 points and Tom Garrett (R) won by 16.7.
District 6 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 24.6 points and Robert Goodlatte (R) won by 33.5.
District 7 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 6.5 points and Dave Brat (R) won by 15.3.
District 8 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 51.8 points and Donald Beyer (D) won by 41.1.
District 9 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 41.3 points and Morgan Griffith (R) won by 40.3.
District 10 Previously Republican
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 9.8 points and Barbara Comstock (R) won by 5.8.
District 11 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 38.9 points and Gerry Connolly (D) won by 87.9.
Other results

Arlington County

Member County Board

Candidate Votes Pct.
Matthew D. "Matt" de Ferranti 53,330 54%
John E. Vihstadt 46,164 46%

Member School Board

Candidate Votes Pct.
Barbara J. Kanninen 64,139 69%
Audrey R. Clement 28,666 31%

Question 1 Metro and Transportation

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 83,902 81%
No 19,714 19%

Question 2 Local Parks and Recreation

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 80,080 77%
No 24,193 23%

Question 3 Community Infrastructure

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 76,301 74%
No 27,046 26%

Question 4 Arlington Public Schools

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 85,483 82%
No 18,884 18%

City of Alexandria

Mayor

Candidate Votes Pct.
Justin M. Wilson (D)  51,651 100%

Member City Council – 6 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Elizabeth B. Bennett-Parker (D)  43,887 16%
Amy B. Jackson (D)  39,565 15%
John Taylor Chapman (D)  37,597 14%
Redella S. "Del" Pepper (D)  36,416 14%
Canek Aguirre (D)  34,614 13%
Mo Seifeldein (D)  34,080 13%
Kevin F. Dunne (R)  16,548 6%
Michael S. Clinkscale (R)  12,341 5%
Mark Leo Shiffer (I)  11,885 4%

Member School Board District A – 3 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Michelle M. Rief 11,698 23%
Jacinta E. Greene 10,024 19%
Christopher A. Suarez 9,151 18%
Marc B. Solomon 8,332 16%
William E. "Bill" Campbell 6,343 12%
W. Christopher Harris 6,108 12%

Member School Board District B – 3 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Veronica R. Nolan 12,254 28%
Cindy M. Anderson 10,487 24%
Margaret Lorber 10,248 24%
Jewelyn A. Cosgrove 6,111 14%
Abigail Downs Wacek 4,099 10%

Member School Board District C – 3 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Heather R. Thornton 7,728 26%
Meagan Lorraine Alderton 7,048 24%
Ramee A. Gentry 5,286 18%
John E. Lennon 5,103 17%
Dianara F. Saget 4,688 16%
Viewpoints
Different voices on the elections
  • Opinion
A flock of progressives may cancel one another out.
  • Opinion
With more female members of Congress in 2019, the nation will get a chance to find out.
  • Analysis

The Trump transition team, it is safe to say, did not read the key back issues of Presidential Studies Quarterly.

The president fired off a bunch of faulty claims about the border wall. Schumer called him out for his Bottomless Pinocchios.

Fact-checking Trump, Pelosi and Schumer’s oval office showdown

Trump fired off a bunch of faulty claims about the border wall. Schumer called him out for his Bottomless Pinocchio. All in one oval office meeting.

  • Perspective

The Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report for 2018, the first full year examined under the Trump administration, shows a significant decline in employee engagement under the president's leadership.

The shift comes as President Trump has critiqued the federal bureaucracy and despite a rebound after the recession.