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Election 2014: How Reston Voted

by Karen Goff — November 5, 2014 at 11:00 am 4 Comments

Election 2014

Virginia is still counting the votes for U.S. Senator, with incumbent Democrat holding a slim lead on Republican challenger Ed Gillespie. But Fairfax County’s votes have been totaled, and Warner won every precinct in Reston.

Here is a look at precinct-by-precinct Reston voting for Senate and for U.S. House. In the House 11th District, which includes Reston, incumbent Democrat Gerry Connolly won re-election, defeating first time candidate and human rights activist Suzanne Scholte.

Dogwood  (Voter turnout 41.5 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 484; Warner, 1,070; Sarvis (L), 58
  • House: Scholte, 529; Connolly, 1,040

Hunters Woods (59.7 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 505; Warner, 914; Sarvis, 24
  • House: Scholte, 529; Connolly, 852

Reston 1 (40 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 264; Warner, 794; Sarvis, 29
  • House: Scholte, 286; Connolly, 763

Reston 2 (46 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 343; Warner 968; Sarvis, 36
  • House: Scholte, 367; Connolly, 927

Reston 3 (51.9 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 220; Warner, 777; Sarvis 24
  • House: Scholte, 230; Connolly, 752

Glade (53.6 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 504; Warner: 1,289; Sarvis, 49
  • House: Scholte, 551; Connolly, 1,226

South Lakes (50 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 565; Warner, 1,471; Sarvis, 40
  • House: Scholte, 620; Connolly, 1,393

Terraset (39.9 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 373; Warner, 1,035; Sarvis, 44
  • House: Scholte, 396; Connolly, 994

Sunrise Vallley (55.6 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 390; Warner, 516; Sarvis, 15
  • House: Scholte, 412; Connolly, 475

North Point (46 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 797; Warner, 1,207; Sarvis, 41
  • House: Scholte, 856; Connolly, 1,133

Aldrin (51 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 876; Warner, 1,320; Sarvis, 38
  • House: Scholte, 946; Connolly, 1,233

Cameron Glen (40.7 percent)

  • Senate: Gillespie, 514; Warner, 760; Sarvis, 29
  • House: Scholte, 540; Connolly, 627

For complete Fairfax County results, see this report from the Fairfax County Board of Elections.

  • Centrist Dem

    I’m a democratic voter for the past 14 years, but I split my votes prior to 2000. In fact, I voted for a Repub. presidential candidates in every election from Reagan in 80 till Bob Dole in 96. But since the late 90’s, the Republican Party has gone too far to the right for my tastes. I have been voting strait Democratic for the past 14 years. I will continue, until your party moves closer to the center. That is my 2-cents worth.

    • HP

      Keep your $0.02

  • Adrian Havill

    The answer to your question: Intelligence.

    • Mike M

      Sorry. That is like saying I vote Dem because I am smarter than you. But it’s just patting yourself on the back. You obviously cannot rationalize your vote in terms of anything substantive which is what I have found. Party-line Dems tend to say they vote that way because they are smarter and they are more compassionate. That is the same thing as calling the opposition stupid and mean. How smart is that? I have three degrees several professional certifications. I’ve worked in nearly 20 foreign countries. I served in the military, worked in multiple sectors. So, I am not buying the smarter thing. I find that Dems tend to be undereducated or over-educated and under experienced. How was it smarter to vote for Gerry Connolly? Give it some of that intelligent thought and see if you can give a substantive response?

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