Election 2013: How Reston Voted

Election Day 2013

Terry McAuliffe (D) will be Virginia’s next governor after narrowly defeating Republican Ken Cuccinelli by less than two percentage points (47.75 to 45.27)  on Tuesday.

In Fairfax County,  McAuliffe earned 58 percent of the votes, Cuccinelli, 36 percent and Libertarian Robert Sarvis, 5 percent.

In Reston, McAuliffe won every precinct. Here is a precinct-by-precinct look at how Reston voted, with number of votes and percentage points:

Reston 1

Cuccinelli –  260 (24 %); McAuliffe 761 (71 %); Sarvis 50 (4 %)

Reston 2 

Cuccinelli –  324  (22 %); McAuliffe 1,018 (71 %); Sarvis 67 (4 %)

Dogwood

Cuccinelli – 402 (26 %); McAuliffe  1,053 (68 %); Sarvis 87 (5 %)

Hunters Woods

Cuccinelli –  440 (31 %); McAuliffe 891 (63 %); Sarvis 73  (5 %)

Reston 3

Cuccinelli –  206 (19 %); McAuliffe 786 (75 %); Sarvis 42 (4 %)

Glade

Cuccinelli –  420 (26 %); McAuliffe 1,061 (66 %); Sarvis 104 (6 %)

South Lakes

Cuccinelli –  519  (24 %); McAuliffe 1,486 (69 %); Sarvis 115 (5 %)

Terraset

Cuccinelli –  362 (24 %); McAuliffe 1,016 (69 %); Sarvis 74 (5 %)

Sunrise Valley

Cuccinelli –  325 (35 %); McAuliffe 530 (57 %); Sarvis 59 (6 %)

Fox Mill

Cuccinelli –  915 (35 %); McAuliffe 1,271  (54 %); Sarvis 146  (6 %)

Northpoint

Cuccinelli –  728 (35 %); McAuliffe 1,204 (58 %); Sarvis 126 (6 %)

Aldrin

Cuccinelli –  723 (33 %); McAuliffe 1,296  (60 %); Sarvis 107 (5 %)

Cameron Glen

Cuccinelli –  421 (37 %); McAuliffe 640 (56 %); Sarvis 61 (5 %)

Source: Virginia Board of Elections

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