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Virginians voted in races for Senate, Congress, a House of Delegates special election, a slew of local races, and two constitutional amendments on Tuesday, November 6. In one of the most consequential midterm elections in a generation, many saw today as a referendum on the first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency.

Below are the results from tonight’s election, which will be updated until 100 percent is counted following returns from the Virginia Department of Elections. *Last updated at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, November 7*

U.S. Senate: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Kaine

Tim Kaine – Democrat – [1,896,174 votes] – [56.89%]

Corey Stewart – Republican – [1,370,702 votes] – [41.12%]

Matt Waters – Libertarian – [61,587 votes] – [1.85%]

Write-in  – [4,849 votes] – [0.15%]

Congress:

1st District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Wittman

Rob Wittman – Republican – [183,132 votes] – [55.22%]

Vangie Williams – Democrat – [148,213 votes] – [44.69%]

Write-in  – [291 votes] – [0.09%]

2nd District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Luria

Scott Taylor – Republican – [133,335 votes] – [48.83%]

Elaine Luria – Democrat  – [139,350 votes] – [51.03%]

Write-in  – [366 votes] – [0.13%]

3rd District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Scott

Bobby Scott – Democrat – [198,427 votes] – [91.22%]

Write-in  – [19,098 votes] – [8.78%]

4th District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for McEachin

Donald McEachin – Democrat – [186,305 votes] – [62.46%]

Ryan McAdams – Republican – [107,569 votes] – [36.06%]

Pete Wells – Libertarian – [4,175 votes] – [1.40%]

Write-in  – [225 votes] – [0.08%]

5th District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Riggleman

Denver Riggleman – Republican – [165,110 votes] – [53.24%]

Leslie Cockburn – Democrat – [144,501 votes] – [46.59%]

Write-in  – [540 votes] – [0.17%]

6th District: 100% reporting – Race called for Cline

Ben Cline – Republican – [168,333 votes] – [59.89%]

Jennifer Lewis – Democrat – [112,438 votes] – [40.01%]

Write-in  – [280 votes] – [0.10%]

7th District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Spanberger

Dave Brat – Republican – [169,220 votes] – [48.43%]

Abigail Spanberger – Democrat – [175,795 votes] – [50.31%]

Joe Walton – Libertarian – [4,220 votes] – [1.21%]

Write-in  – [162 votes] – [0.05%]

8th District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Beyer

Don Beyer – Democrat – [246,831 votes] – [76.17%]

Thomas Oh – Republican – [76,492 votes] – [23.61%]

Write-in  – [710 votes] – [0.22%]

9th District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for Griffith

Morgan Griffith – Republican – [160,884 votes] – [65.22%]

Anthony Flaccavento – Democrat – [85,584 votes] – [34.69%]

Write-in  – [209 votes] – [0.08%]

10th District: 99.53% reporting – Race called for Wexton

Barbara Comstock – Republican – [157,561 votes] – [43.69%]

Jennifer Wexton – Democrat – [202,557 votes] – [56.16%]

Write-in  – [535 votes] – [0.15%]

11th District: 99.39% reporting – Race called for Connolly

Gerry Connolly – Democrat – [212,925 votes] – [71.00%]

Jeff Dove – Republican – [81,207 votes] – [27.08%]

Stevan Porter – Libertarian – [5,368 votes] – [1.79%]

Write-in  – [399 votes] – [0.13%]

House of Delegates:

8th District: 100.00% reporting – Race called for McNamara

Joe McNamara – Republican – [21,251 votes] – [61.74%]

Carter Turner – Democrat – [13,134 votes] – [38.16%]

Write-in  – [34 votes] – [0.10%]

Constitutional Amendments:

Ballot Question 1:

Article X. Taxation and Finance. Section 6. Exempt property

“Should a county, city, or town be authorized to provide a partial tax exemption for real property that is subject to recurrent flooding, if flooding resiliency improvements have been made on the property?”

Yes – [2,289,393 votes] – [70.70%]

No – [948,951 votes] – [29.30%]

Ballot Question 2:

Article X. Taxation and Finance. Section 6-A. Property tax exemption for certain veterans and their surviving spouses and surviving spouses of soldiers killed in action.

“Shall the real property tax exemption for a primary residence that is currently provided to the surviving spouses of veterans who had a one hundred percent service-connected, permanent, and total disability be amended to allow the surviving spouse to move to a different primary residence and still claim the exemption?”

Yes – [2,731,328 votes] – [84.35%]

No – [506,791 votes] – [15.65%]