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Local Results: Occoquan District Votes Democrat

A look at how candidates fared in Occoquan District precincts.

Voters in the Lake Ridge area of Prince William County went to the polls Tuesday to choose a president, senator, two representatives, a new school board member, and to vote on two consitutional amendments. 

Occoquan District voters largely voted for Democrats in each race. In two cases, they also supported challenging candidates instead of the incumbents: the majority of Occoquan District voters supported Lillie Jessie (I) for Occoquan District School Board, and Adam Cook (D) for the 1st Congressional District. 

For complete elections coverage on both national and local races and bond referendums, see the Woodbridge Patch Election section

President Barack Obama, a Democrat, won re-election against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the GOP nominee in the presidential race. There were several third-party candidates in the race for president, as well. 

Former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine was elected to the U.S. Senate after former Senator and Virginia Governor George Allen conceded the race. Allen, a Mount Vernon resident, was defeated by Jim Webb in the 2006 Senate race. Allen held the seat from 2000-2006.

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U.S. Rep. Gerry Connolly, a Democrat, won re-election to his third term. He ran against Republican Chris Perkins, Independent candidate Chris DeCarlo, Green candidate Joseph Galdo and Independent Green candidate Peter Marchetti. 

In the 1st Congressional District, Republican Rob Wittman also won re-election to his third term. He ran against Democrat candidate Adam Cook, and Independent Green candidate Glenda Gail Parker.

Lillie Jessie, an Independent, won the Occoquan District seat on the Prince William County School board, beating out interim board member Michael Wooten, Lori Bauckman-Moore, and Stanley Bender.

The high voter turnout meant long lines for voters, and the Virginia State Board of Elections paused in their reporting of election results last night to "to ensure voters are not unduly influenced by preliminary results," a State Board of Elections release read. Those voters who lined up to vote before 7 p.m. were able to vote. 

If you don't see your precinct listed, you may want to check Woodbridge Patch or Dale City Patch.

By 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 7, some precincts had still not reported results. 

Occoquan District School Board: Lori Bauckman-Moore, Stanley Bender, Lillie Jessie and Michael Wooten

Total Votes Lori Bauckman-Moore Stanley Bender Lillie Jessie Michael Wooten Write-in Precinct 501: Lake Ridge 1914 244 70 917 669 14

Precinct 502: Occoquan

979 209 35 486 241 8 Precinct 503: Old Bridge 2189 351 78 879 869 12 Precinct 504: Rockledge 2715 305 883 897 625 5 Precinct 505: Mohican 2486 351 89 1224 806 16 Precinct 506: Bethel 2204 267 55 1362 513 7 Precinct 507: Chinn 1622 175 53 927 462 5 Precinct 508: Springwoods 2350 393 90 1185 665 17 Precinct 509: McCoart 1580 376 110 583 499 12 Precinct 510: Stadium 1649 292 98 620 626 13 Precinct 511: Westridge 1654 183 51 676 733 11 Precinct 512: York 1691 236 88 1122 245 0

HOUSE

1st Congressional District: Incumbent Rob Wittman (R), Adam Cook (D), and Glenda Gail Parker (Independent Green Party) 

Total Votes Rob Wittman Adam Cook Glenda Gail Parker Write-in Precinct 501: Lake Ridge  1978 784 1124 66 4 Precinct 505: Mohican 1335 608 685 40 2 Precinct 508: Springwoods 1277 431 804 39 3 Precinct 509: McCoart 1680 891 744 44 1 Precinct 510: Stadium 649 384 236 27 2 Precinct 511: Westridge 1711 792 872 46 1

11th Congressional District: Incumbent Gerry Connolly (D), Chris Perkins (R), Mark Gibson (I), Christopher F. DeCarlo (I), Joseph F. Galdo (Green Party), and Peter M. Marchetti (Independent Green Party)

Total Votes Gerry Connolly Chris Perkins Mark Gibson Christopher DeCarlo Joseph Galdo Peter Marchetti Write-in Precinct 502: Occoquan 1036 591 390 13 17 10 7 8 Precinct 503: Old Bridge 2272 1139 1044 28 22 17 19 3 Precinct 504: Rockledge 1998 1095 822 27 15 16 17 7 Precinct 505: Mohican 1251 765 428 9 11 15 15 9 Precinct 506: Bethel 2211 1262 861 23 31 12 10 12 Precinct 507: Chinn 1681 999 623 15 18 13 9 4 Precinct 508: Springwoods 1184 769 365 11 17 5 9 8 Precinct 512: York 1744 1286 384 20 21 14 17 2

SENATE

George Allen and Tim Kaine

UPDATE: George Allen concedes

Total Votes George Allen Tim Kaine Write-in Precinct 501: Lake Ridge 2008 788 1214 6 Precinct 502: Occoquan 1049 423 622 4 Precinct 503: Old Bridge 2321 1123 1195 3 Precinct 504: Rockledge 2034 878 1151 5 Precinct 505: Mohican 1368 599 767 2 Precinct 506: Bethel 2260 905 1352 3 Precinct 507: Chinn 1702 648 1051 3 Precinct 508: Springwoods 2489 819 1665 5 Precinct 509: McCoart 1711 906 804 1 Precinct 510: Stadium 1824 1058 758 8 Precinct 511: Westridge 1734 803 928 3 Precinct 512: York 1784 426 1358 0

U. S. President: Incumbent Barack Obama (D), Mitt Romney (R), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party), Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Jill Stein (Green Party)

UPDATE: Barack Obama wins reelection

Total Votes Barack Obama Mitt Romney Virgil Goode Gary Johnson Jill Stein Write-in Precinct 501: Lake Ridge 2024 1195 803 5 13 4 4 Precinct 502: Occoquan 1069 639 404 2 11 8 5 Precinct 503: Old Bridge 2337 1181 1123 5 19 5 4 Precinct 504: Rockledge 2062 1133 888 4 20 10 7 Precinct 505: Mohican 1382 757 608 1 7 4 5 Precinct 506: Bethel 2302 1369 896 5 19 5 8 Precinct 507: Chinn 1723 1039 662 3 10 6 3 Precinct 508: Springwoods 2524 1690 804 6 17 4 3 Precinct 509: McCoart 1727 787 918 1 16 3 2 Precinct 510: Stadium 1839 745 1060 2 26 3 3 Precinct 511: Westridge 1758 938 803 2 13 1 1 Precinct 512: York 1809 1389 395 3 14 7 1

Constitutional Amendment #1: Eminent Domain


Total Votes Yes No Precinct 501: Lake Ridge   Precinct 502: Occoquan 791 203 Precinct 503: Old Bridge 1783 409 Precinct 504: Rockledge 1597 357 Precinct 505: Mohican 1063 239 Precinct 506: Bethel 1700 405 Precinct 507: Chinn 1292 291 Precinct 508: Springwoods 1778 572 Precinct 509: McCoart 1372 295 Precinct 510: Stadium 1538 246 Precinct 511: Westridge 1369 391   Precinct 512: York 1225 434

Constitutional Amendment #2: Veto Session


Total Votes Yes No Precinct 501: Lake Ridge   Precinct 502: Occoquan 854 167 Precinct 503: Old Bridge 1974 281 Precinct 504: Rockledge 1698 291 Precinct 505: Mohican 1125 188 Precinct 506: Bethel 1879 295 Precinct 507: Chinn 1415 216 Precinct 508: Springwoods 1980 433 Precinct 509: McCoart 1386 277 Precinct 510: Stadium 1517 256 Precinct 511: Westridge 1459 232 Precinct 512: York 1460 268


Jan Cunard November 06, 2012 at 03:24 PM
Now I'm really confused. I can't find the Westridge precinct listed on the Lake Ridge, Dale City, or Woodbridge Patch listing. Where do I go to find out how my area voted?
Rachel Leon (Editor) November 07, 2012 at 01:22 AM
Jan, thanks for your comment. Westridge is listed in the above article; however, due to a typo / brain fart, I originally wrote Woodbridge. It's been corrected now, and I appreciate you letting me know!
Jan Cunard November 07, 2012 at 03:15 AM
Thanks, Rachel -- always on the job!
Jack Nevitt November 07, 2012 at 06:51 PM
Where is precinct 505
Jack Nevitt November 07, 2012 at 06:52 PM
I stood in line for to hours and it's not being counted yet?
Rachel Leon (Editor) November 07, 2012 at 08:50 PM
Jack, the results for 505 are in. Because of the high voter turnout, it has taken awhile for some precincts to report. Precinct 501, for example, has still not reported their results for the votes on the Virginia constitutional amendments. I'm sorry your wait was so long yesterday! I spent about two hours waiting to vote as well.
Jack Nevitt November 07, 2012 at 10:47 PM
Thanks Rachel all is good now. Just wondered why it wasn't reported with the rest of the precincts.

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