VIRGINIA 13 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Virginia State Board of Elections)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 7,078,515
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 5,263,000 % change from '96  +3.9
Total Registration, Nov. 2000  3,770,273 active
Virginia has: 95 counties and 5 consol. govts.
Largest counties: Fairfax, Prince William, Henrico, Chesterfield, Arlington.
Largest cities: Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Richmond, Newport News.

Government
Governor: Jim Gilmore (R) elected in 1997.
State Legislature: Virginia General Assembly
Local: Counties, Cities and Communities   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 5D, 5R, 1I - 1. H.Bateman (R) d 9/00 | 2. O.Pickett (D) | 3. R.Scott (D) | 4. N.Sisisky (D) | 5. V.Goode (I) | 6. R.Goodlatte (R) | 7. T.Bliley (R) | 8. J.Moran (D) | 9. F.Boucher (D) | 10. F.Wolf (R) | 11. T.Davis III (R).
U.S. Senate: Chuck Robb (D) faces re-election in 2000, John Warner (R) faces re-election in 2002.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: Elections in 2001.
U.S. House: Three new members were elected but there was no change in partisan balance: 1. Jo AnnDavis (R) was elected to fill the seat held by the late H.Bateman; 2. E.Schrock (R) won the race to succeed the retiring O.Pickett; and 7. E.Cantor (R) won T.Bliley's seat.
U.S. Senate: George Allen (R) defeated incumbent Chuck Robb (D).

The Old Dominion State

 State of Virginia
State Board of Elections

Constitution Party of VA
Democratic Party of VA
Greens of VA/GP of VA
Libertarian Party of VA
Natural Law Party of VA
Reform Party of VA
Republican Party of VA

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Media (Newsp.)
Media (TV)

Politics1-VA
 

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Dole (Rep.)...........1,138,350 (47.10)
Clinton (Dem.).......1,091,060 (45.15)
Perot (Ref.)..............159,861
 (6.62)
Others (3).................27,371
(1.14)
Total........2,416,642

1992
Bush (Rep.)..........1,150,517 (44.96)
Clinton (Dem.).......1,038,650 (40.59)
Perot (Ind.)..............348,639
 (13.62)
Others (3)..................20,859
(0.82)
Total........2,558,665

Results
2000
+Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
 1,437,490
(52.47)
Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
 1,217,290
(44.44)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
15,198
(0.55)
Buchanan-Foster (Ref.)
5,455
(0.20)
Phillips-Frazier (Const.)
 1,809
(0.07)
Nader-LaDuke (Grn.)
59,398
(2.17)
Write-Ins
 2,807
(0.10)
Total........2,739,447

2,789,808 total votes were cast for president -- 2,739,447 were counted.  50,361 (1.8%) were under or overvotes.

Overview
A Democrat has not won Virginia in the presidential race since LBJ carried the state in 1964.  That held true in 2000 as Bush-Cheney bested Gore-Lieberman with a plurality of 220,200 votes (8.03 percentage points).  Bush won in eight of the state's congressional districts, while Gore won in three (3rd, 8th and 11th). 
Notes: For an individual other than the nominees of the Democratic and Republican parties to appear on the general election ballot as a candidate for president he or she must have submitted signatures of not less than 10,000 qualified voters in Virginia, including at least 400 qualified voters from each of Virginia's 11 congressional districts, to the State Board of Elections no later than noon August 25, 2000.
Last day for voter registration: Oct. 10, 2000.


Primary Results
 
In April 1999 Gov. Gilmore signed into law SB 1287, a bill permitting the parties to hold presidential primaries

 Republicans 
Republican Presidential Primary
Tuesday Feb. 29, 2000
. Open primary--open to all citizens who are registered to vote in the state.  Voter must sign a pledge: "I, the undersigned, state that I do not intend to participate in the nomination porcess of any party other than the Republican Party."
 

 

2,196 of 2,196 precincts reporting.
Total Vote
Percent
-George W. Bush
350,588
52.79%
Gary Bauer1
852
0.13%
John McCain
291,488
43.83%
Alan Keyes
20,356
3.07%
Steve Forbes1
809
0.12%
Total
664,093
1. Candidate withdrew before primary but was on ballot.
Detailed Results
Total Delegates 
56 of 2,066 (2.7%).

Delegate Allocation
Winner-take-all.

Bush-56
McCain-0



Democrats 
Presidential Caucuses
April 15, 17, 2000
State Convention
June 2-3, 2000
. Total Pledged Delegates
79 of 3,537 (2.2%).
Total Delegates
99 of 4,335 (2.3%).


Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
 
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