Former Vice President Joe Biden easily notched the Virginia Presidential Primary yesterday (Tuesday), winning 53 percent of the vote.
Sen. Bernie Sanders had just under a quarter of the vote, while Elizabeth Warren had 10.8 percent and Michael Bloomberg took 9.7 percent.
In the Hunter Mill District, Biden won by 48.4 percent. Sanders won second place with 18.9 percent and Sen. Elizabeth Warren took 12.1 percent. The Hunter Mill District’s voting pattern aligns with the county overall.
Here’s how the candidates fared in the Hunter Mill District:
- Joe Biden: 16,964 (48.4 percent)
- Bernie Sanders: 6,626 (18.9 percent)
- Elizabeth Warren: 4,241 (12.1 percent)
- Tulsi Gabbard: 247 votes
- Amy Klobuchar: 75 votes
- Pete Buttigieg: 74 votes
- Cory Booker: 28 votes
- Michael Bennet: 18 votes
- Marianne Williamson: 15 votes
- Julian Castro: 8 votes
- Deval Patrick: 6 votes
All but three of the state’s 133 counties were led by Biden, including Fairfax County where Biden won with more than 50,000 votes than Sanders.
The Hunter Mill District boasted the highest turnout in Fairfax County. More than 39 percent of voters cast a ballot, a few percentage points above the county-wide average of 34 percent. The Sully District had the lowest voter turnout (30 percent) in the county.
In the 2016 primary, voter turnout was 22.2 percent. Virginia was one of 14 states taking part in Super Tuesday.
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