RESULTS OF THE 2019 ELECTION IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY

The following election results are from the 2019 November General Unofficial Results from the Virginia Department of Elections.

Virginia Senate

13th District

Candidate Votes Percent
Geary M. Higgins
Republican
37,629 45.64%
John J. Bell
Democratic
44,727 54.25%

28th District

Candidate Votes Percent
Richard H. Stuart
Republican
40,173 57.45%
Qasim Rashid
Democratic
29,681 42.45%

39th District

Candidate Votes Percent
S. W. “Dutch” Hillenburg
Republican
20,843 34.09%
George L. Barker
Democratic
40,230 65.79%

Unchallenged

  • 29th District: Jeremy McPike, Democrat, incumbent
  • 36th District: Scott A. Surovell, Democrat, incumbent

Virginia House

2nd District

Candidate Votes Percent
Heather F. Mitchell
Republican
7,544 39.03%
Jennifer D. Carroll Foy
Democratic
11,771 60.90%

13th District

Candidate Votes Percent
Kelly S. McGinn
Republican
9,461 43.92%
Danica A. Roem
Democratic
12,054 55.96%

31st District

Candidate Votes Percent
Darrell H. “D.J.” Jordan, Jr.
Republican
13,114 47.22%
Elizabeth R. Guzman
Democratic
14,621 52.65%

40th District 

Candidate Votes Percent
Timothy D. “Tim” Hugo
Republican
14,451 47.56%
Dan I. Helmer
Democratic
15,902 52.34%

50th District

Candidate Votes Percent
Ian T. Lovejoy
Republican
9,333 46.48%
Lee J. Carter
Democratic
10,693 53.25%

51st District

Candidate Votes Percent
Richard L. Anderson
Republican
12,872 45.35%
Hala Sophia Ayala
Democratic
15,499 54.61%

52nd District

Candidate Votes Percent
Maria E. Martin
Republican
4,202 26.63%
Luke E. Torian
Democratic
11,548 73.20%

87th District

Candidate Votes Percent
William M. “Bill” Drennan, Jr.
Republican
10,813 37.93%
Suhas Subramanyam
Democratic
17,670 61.99%

Prince William Elections

Chairman, School Board

Candidate Votes Percent
Alyson A. Satterwhite 45,959 41.74%
Stanley Bender 7,840 7.12%
Babur B. Lateef 56,155 51.00%

School Board, Brentsville District

Candidate Votes Percent
Shawn L. Brann 8,860 48.16%
Adele E. Jackson 9,476 51.51%

School Board, Coles District

Candidate Votes Percent
Lisa A. Zargarpur 8,224 42.68%
Jacqueline M. Gaston 3,809 19.77%
William J. “Willie” Deutsch 7,166 37.19%

School Board, Gainesville District

Candidate Votes Percent
Jennifer T. Wall 9,496 54.37%
Patricia A. Kuntz 7,962 45.58%

School Board, Neabsco District

Candidate Votes Percent
Diane L. Raulston 7,548 76.91%
Joseph H. “Joe” George 2,252 22.95%

School Board, Occoquan District

Candidate Votes Percent
Karen L. Boyd 7,541 43.07%
Lillie G. Jessie 9,965 56.91%

School Board, Unchallenged

  • Potomac District: Justin David Wilk, Democrat incumbent
  • Woodbridge District: Loree Y. Williams, Democrat incumbent

PWC Commonwealth’s Attorney

Candidate Votes Percent
Michael C. “Mike” May 46,319 41.90%
Amy K. Ashworth 64,120 58.01%

PWC Sheriff

Candidate Votes Percent
Glen Hill, Sr. 49,858 44.80%
Joshua Lavon King 50,004 44.93%
Rhonda L. Dickson 11,331 10.18%

Board of Supervisors

Chairman, Board of Supervisors

Candidate Votes Percent
John S. Gray 39,229 35.53%
Ann B. Wheeler 60,748 55.02%
Donald E. Scoggins 4,927 4.46%
Muneer A. Baig 5,348 4.84%

Brentsville District, Board of Supervisors

Candidate Votes Percent
Jeanine M. Lawson 10,398 54.89%
M. M. “Maggie” Hansford 8,497 44.86%

Coles District, Board of Supervisors

Candidate Votes Percent
Yesli I. Vega 11,098 56.27%
Raheel A. Sheikh 8,559 43.40%

Gainesville District, Board of Supervisors

Candidate Votes Percent
Peter K. Candland 10,329 57.68%
Danny W. Funderburk 7,566 42.25%

Occoquan District, Board of Supervisors

Candidate Votes Percent
Ruth M. Anderson 8,781 49.08%
Kenny Allen Boddye 9,109 50.91%

Potomac District, Board of Supervisors

Candidate Votes Percent
Douglas S. Taggart 5,490 35.77%
Andrea O. Bailey 9,813 63.94%

Board of Supervisors, Unchallenged

  • Neabsco District: Victor S. Angry, Democrat incumbent
  • Woodbridge District: Margaret Angela Franklin, Democrat
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7 Responses to RESULTS OF THE 2019 ELECTION IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY

  1. Wyldkat says:

    Our area went so blue it is almost royal blue, save for the sheriff.

  2. Tom,

    Curious on results of the candidates you preferred made out.

    From what I gathered in the National news in Virginia has become a second Illinois for Democrats.

    Illinois is bankrupt even though the Illinois Constitution forbids the State to be bankrupt?

    That is because Democrats have called the shots for the last century.

    Regards and goodwill blogging.

  3. Tom Salmon says:

    We are about at that point too. I fear for our schools and for the unborn. When a politician tells us it is for the children, parents need to keep their children close.

  4. Tom Salmon says:

    @Scatterwisdom

    The richest counties in the nation surround Washington D. C. Lots of these people are transplants from the northeast. They are steeped in the ideals of the Secular Socialism by their schools and the crony capitalist news media. So they are like locusts. They have eaten up the states where they came from, and they are eating up Maryland and Virginia.

  5. Tom,

    Interesting you mentioned Socialism has invaded your State.

    If interested check out my blog post today because the same “perfect storm” is gathering in the National 2020 election.

    Regards and goodwill blogging

  6. Wyldkat says:

    Amen.

    On an interesting note, coming across my feed today: Sheriff Chapman responded yesterday to a proposal by BOS Chair to change County’s form of government and implement a police department in the county.

    Things that make you pause and wonder.

  7. Tom Salmon says:

    Heard about that. Be interesting to see what the voters in Loudoun do. Good luck.

    Sheriff Glen Hill was doing a good job. Still, he only barely won. So he will probably have to suffer a recount. Unfortunately, (and this is the first time I have regretted it), Prince William County already has a police department. Sigh!

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