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Tue Nov 7, 2017, 09:49 PM

BREAKING: Virginia House of Delegates Will Not Be Decided Tonight


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Reply BREAKING: Virginia House of Delegates Will Not Be Decided Tonight (Original post)
RandySF Nov 7 OP
uponit7771 Nov 7 #1
WinkyDink Nov 7 #2
CaliforniaPeggy Nov 7 #3
NRaleighLiberal Nov 7 #4
kag Nov 8 #11
DinahMoeHum Nov 7 #5
Alpeduez21 Nov 7 #6
Garrett78 Nov 7 #7
mdbl Nov 11 #12
GeoWilliam750 Nov 7 #8
NastyRiffraff Nov 7 #9
Tiggeroshii Nov 8 #10

Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 09:50 PM

1. FIGURED!!!! VA house flipping would be a true azz whoopin

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 09:51 PM

3. We can wait till tomorrow...

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 09:53 PM

4. current view from NYT website - format odd, but...

https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/virginia-general-elections

I've bolded those that are not yet decided

House of Delegates
Dem. 46 (+12 seats)
Rep. 45
District Leader Rpt.
1 76%Terry Kilgore* REP. 24%Alicia Kallen DEM. 100%
2 63%Jennifer Foy DEM. 37%Mike Makee REP. 96%
3 78%Will Morefield* REP. 22%Bill Bunch DEM. 100%
4 Todd Pillion* REP. Uncontested
5 Israel O'Quinn* REP. Uncontested
6 82%Jeffrey Campbell* REP. 18%Kenneth Browning IND. 100%
7 67%Nick Rush* REP. 33%Flourette Ketner DEM. 97%
8 64%Gregory Habeeb* REP. 36%Steve McBride DEM. 95%
9 70%Charles Poindexter* REP. 30%Stephanie Cook DEM. 100%
10 52%Wendy Gooditis DEM. 48%Randall Minchew* REP. 100%
11 Sam Rasoul* DEM. Uncontested
12 54%Chris Hurst DEM. 46%Joseph Yost* REP. 94%
13 55%Danica Roem DEM. 45%Robert Marshall* REP. 95%
14 Danny Marshall* REP. Uncontested
15 Todd Gilbert* REP. Uncontested
16 Les Adams* REP. Uncontested
17 61%Christopher Head* REP. 39%Djuna Osborne DEM. 94%
18 61%Michael Webert* REP. 34%Tristan Shields DEM. 100%
19 Terry Austin* REP. Uncontested
20 55%Richard Bell* REP. 43%Michele Edwards DEM. 100%
21 54%Kelly Convirs-Fowler DEM. 47%Ronald Villanueva* REP. 40%
22 Kathy Byron* REP. Uncontested
23 66%Scott Garrett* REP. 34%Natalie Short DEM. 100%
24 72%Ben Cline* REP. 28%John Winfrey IND. 100%
25 58%Steven Landes* REP. 42%Angela Lynn DEM. 100%
26 55%Tony Wilt* REP. 45%Brent Finnegan DEM. 100%
27 50%Roxann Robinson* REP. 50%Larry Barnett DEM. 95%
28 50%Robert Thomas REP. 50%Joshua Cole DEM. 100%
29 64%Christopher Collins* REP. 36%Casey Turben DEM. 100%
30 62%Nick Freitas* REP. 38%Samuel Hixon DEM. 100%
31 54%Elizabeth Guzman DEM. 45%Scott Lingamfelter* REP. 96%
32 59%David Reid DEM. 42%Thomas Greason* REP. 100%
33 55%David LaRock* REP. 45%Tia Walbridge DEM. 100%
34 60%Kathleen Murphy* DEM. 40%Cheryl Buford REP. 96%
35 Mark Keam* DEM. Uncontested
36 Kenneth Plum* DEM. Uncontested
37 David Bulova* DEM. Uncontested
38 73%Kaye Kory* DEM. 27%Paul Haring REP. 95%
39 Vivian Watts* DEM. Uncontested
40 50%Donte Tanner DEM. 50%Timothy Hugo* REP. 87%
41 Eileen Filler-Corn* DEM. Uncontested
42 61%Kathy Tran DEM. 39%Lolita Mancheno-Smoak REP. 89%
43 Mark Sickles* DEM. Uncontested
44 Paul Krizek* DEM. Uncontested
45 Mark Levine* DEM. Uncontested
46 Charniele Herring* DEM. Uncontested
47 Patrick Hope* DEM. Uncontested
48 R. C. Sullivan* DEM. Uncontested
49 82%Alfonso Lopez* DEM. 19%Adam Roosevelt REP. 95%
50 55%Lee Carter DEM. 45%Jackson Miller* REP. 94%
51 53%Hala Ayala DEM. 47%Richard Anderson* REP. 95%
52 Luke Torian* DEM. Uncontested
53 75%Marcus Simon* DEM. 25%Mike Casey IND. 95%
54 58%Robert Orrock* REP. 42%Al Durante DEM. 100%
55 60%Buddy Fowler* REP. 40%Morgan Goodman DEM. 100%
56 60%John McGuire REP. 40%Melissa Dart DEM. 97%
57 David Toscano* DEM. Uncontested
58 62%Robert Bell* REP. 39%Kellen Squire DEM. 100%
59 61%Matthew Fariss* REP. 34%Tracy Carver DEM. 98%
60 62%James Edmunds* REP. 38%Jamaal Johnston DEM. 95%
61 Thomas Wright* REP. Uncontested
62 52%Riley Ingram* REP. 48%Sheila Bynum-Coleman DEM. 92%
63 Lashrecse Aird* DEM. Uncontested
64 63%Emily Brewer REP. 38%Rebecca Colaw DEM. 100%
65 64%Lee Ware* REP. 36%Francis Stevens DEM. 97%
66 64%Kirkland Cox* REP. 36%Katie Sponsler DEM. 95%
67 58%Karrie Delaney DEM. 42%James LeMunyon* REP. 95%
68 51%Dawn Adams DEM. 49%Manoli Loupassi* REP. 93%
69 90%Betsy Carr* DEM. 7%Jake Crocker LIB. 96%
70 Delores McQuinn* DEM. Uncontested
71 Jeff Bourne* DEM. Uncontested
72 53%Schuyler VanValkenburg DEM. 47%Edward Whitlock REP. 96%
73 52%Debra Rodman DEM. 48%John O'Bannon* REP. 96%
74 76%Lamont Bagby* DEM. 24%Preston Brown IND. 94%
75 Roslyn Tyler* DEM. Uncontested
76 Chris Jones* REP. Uncontested
77 83%Cliff Hayes* DEM. 17%Jeff Staples GREEN 93%
78 James Leftwich* REP. Uncontested
79 Steve Heretick* DEM. Uncontested
80 Matthew James* DEM. Uncontested
81 58%Barry Knight* REP. 42%Kimberly Tucker DEM. 73%
82 59%Jason Miyares* REP. 41%Leigh Anne Bowling DEM. 90%
83 56%Chris Stolle* REP. 44%David Rose-Carmack DEM. 82%
84 50%Veronica Coleman DEM. 50%Glenn Davis* REP. 89%
85 51%Cheryl Turpin DEM. 49%N. D. Holcomb* REP. 94%

86 69%Jennifer Boysko* DEM. 31%Linda Schulz REP. 94%
87 62%John Bell* DEM. 38%Subba Kolla REP. 93%
88 54%Mark Cole* REP. 37%Steve Aycock DEM. 96%
89 85%Jay Jones DEM. 15%Terry Hurst LIB. 100%
90 Joseph Lindsey* DEM. Uncontested
91 57%Gordon Helsel* REP. 43%Michael Wade DEM. 95%
92 Jeion Ward* DEM. Uncontested
93 60%Michael Mullin* DEM. 40%Heather Cordasco REP. 100%
94 49%David Yancey* REP. 49%Shelly Simonds DEM. 100%
95 Marcia Price* DEM. Uncontested
96 57%Brenda Pogge* REP. 43%Kelly DeLucia DEM. 100%
97 72%Christopher Peace* REP. 28%Cori Johnson DEM. 97%
98 65%Keith Hodges* REP. 35%Shelia Crowley DEM. 100%
99 62%Margaret Ransone* REP. 38%Francis Edwards DEM. 100%
100 52%Robert Bloxom* REP. 48%Willie Randall DEM. 100%
* Incumbent

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Response to NRaleighLiberal (Reply #4)

Wed Nov 8, 2017, 01:44 PM

11. Thanks for posting this.

I was wondering how to check on these, so I'm very glad you posted it.

I'll go to the link.

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 09:55 PM

5. From what I'm seeing, it's not just the house delegates

that are being won by Democrats. All sorts of other "downticket" races are being won by them as well.

It's called "building the bench", folks. Let's keep this up.

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 10:25 PM

6. Gerrymanderring MFer says what?

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 10:37 PM

7. It won't be decided due to absentee/provisional votes not having been counted yet.

According to the folks at 538, it'll be days before anything is official.

Regardless of any recounts.

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Response to Garrett78 (Reply #7)

Sat Nov 11, 2017, 07:41 PM

12. gives the repugs time to screw things up even worse

how nice.

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 10:46 PM

8. What will be particularly interesting

Will be the total votes for Democratic and Republican candidates

It appears that it will come out at 50/50, but it would be interesting to see how the popular vote split. My guess is that it is about 54/46, meaning that the Republicans have at least 4-5 seats that they should not have.

The Republican party could then find itself on the short end of gerrymandering. However, the very best thing would be to draw districts to be competitive so that we can reduce the impact of extremist candidates.

There were also some districts where the Democrats did not run anybody at all.

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Tue Nov 7, 2017, 11:09 PM

9. Wow! Just wow!

We've got a shot to flip the House of Delegates. That's MASSIVE!

When I say "we" I mean Democrats, but although I live in MD, I have a love for Virginia. I was born there and spent my teenage and early 20s in NoVA.

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Response to RandySF (Original post)

Wed Nov 8, 2017, 10:44 AM

10. Looks like they might've gotten 50 seats in the HOD

they are now ahead in 2 of the 4 close seats on top of the 14 already won.

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