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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 2

156 of 156 precincts - 100 percent reporting

Scott Rigell, GOP, 88,007 votes - 53 percent

Glenn Nye, Dem. (incumbent), 70,306 votes - 42 percent

Kenny Golden, Ind., 7,158 votes - 4 percent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 5

286 of 286 precincts - 100 percent reporting

Robert Hurt, GOP, 119,241 votes - 51 percent

Tom Perriello, Dem. (incumbent), 110,564 votes - 47 percent

Jeffrey Clark, Ind., 4,981 votes - 2 percent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 9

310 of 311 precincts - 99 percent reporting

Morgan Griffith, GOP, 95,526 votes - 51 percent

Rick Boucher, Dem. (incumbent), 86,653 votes - 46 percent

Jeremiah Heaton, Ind., 4,389 votes - 2 percent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 11

162 of 164 precincts - 99 percent reporting

Gerry Connolly, Dem. (incumbent), 110,401 votes - 49 percent

Keith Fimian, GOP, 109,914 votes - 49 percent

Christopher DeCarlo, Ind. 1,833 votes - 1 percent

David Dotson, Lib., 1,363 votes - 1 percent

David Gillis, IGr, 953 votes - 0 percent

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For election results for Virginia's state and county offices, visit the Virginia State Board of Elections.

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