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BREAKING: The Virginia Governor Race is separated by 0.5 Percentage Point

The governor’s race in Virginia to replace Gov. Terry McAuliffe is a test of voter turnout.


NY TIMES:


Ralph Northam leads by 0.5 percentage points over Ed Gillespie with 35 percent of precincts fully reporting. Jump to estimate of final result
CANDIDATEPARTYVOTESPCT.
Ralph NorthamDemocrat409,98849.7%
Ed GillespieRepublican405,66949.2
Clifford HyraLibertarian8,8681.1
35% reporting (907 of 2,566 precincts)
The governor’s race in Virginia to replace Gov. Terry McAuliffe is a test of voter turnout. For Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, the Democrat, one critical challenge is mobilizing black, Hispanic and Asian-American voters in a few population centers: the suburbs of Northern Virginia, the coastal Hampton Roads area and the city of Richmond and its surroundings. His Republican rival, Ed Gillespie, needs to deliver strong turnout across rural parts of the state, while avoiding a blowout in Northern Virginia.
AlexandriaRoanokeRichmondVirginia BeachNorfolkAlexandria



RoanokeRichmondVirginia BeachNorfolk
VOTE SHARE
Dem.506070
Rep.506070
Other506070
No results

CITY/COUNTYNORTHAMGILLESPIERPT.
Loudoun
45,017
29,786
70%
Chesterfield
36,251
37,273
70
Prince William
39,479
25,353
64
Henrico
23,365
14,293
22
Virginia Beach
12,616
12,349
23

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