Culpeper Government News
Referendum passed by large margin to move town elections.
Virginia's trend extending back the the 1970s of always electing a governor from the opposite party of the President of the United States is over as former Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe (D) defeated Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) on Tuesday night, according to various national media outlets. This marks the fourth time since 2012 a Prince William County resident lost a statewide race for office.
Ed Scott (R-30) and Michael Webert (R-18) retain their seats in Richmond.
For the first time since the start of the Internet age, Manassas City went for the Democratic nominee for governor as former Democratic National Committee chairman Terry McAuliffe (D) narrowly edged out Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R) by 184 votes with all precincts reporting. Meanwhile, the Democratic nominees for lieutenant governor Ralph Northam and attorney general Mark Herring also claimed a majority of the city's vote.
Brad Rosenberger to continue serving.
All precincts reporting have Frazier winning.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors will host a town hall meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at the Ferlazzo Auditorium, 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, in Woodbridge. This meeting will address the county’s needs for recreation space.
The image shows Prince William County's 10 a.m. turnout totals in precincts that have reported their numbers. New numbers will be posted as they come in.
The Prince William Electoral Board received its second major blow to its request for the four towns to change their election dates as Haymarket town council members confirmed that they oppose the move.
Several hundred turned out to show their support for gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli. General Election if November 5.