Unofficial Election Results Posted for Northampton


Staff Report —

Unofficial voting results have been posted for Northampton County. Results include votes cast on Election Day and early voting ballots.

Results reported election night are incomplete and unofficial. There is an unknown number of mailed ballots that were postmarked by Election Day and are to be counted if received by noon Friday statewide.

In the presidential race, Democratic challenger Joseph R. Biden received 3,643 votes (54.41%) to incumbent Republican Donald J. Trump’s 2,947 votes (44.01%). Libertarian Jo Jorgensen had 99 votes and there were seven write-in votes.

In the race for the U.S. Senate, Democratic incumbent Mark R. Warner received 3,866 votes (58.12%) to Republican challenger Daniel M. Gade’s 2,785 (41.87%) votes. There was one write-in vote.

U.S. House of Representatives, District 2, incumbent candidate Democrat Elaine G. Luria had 3,757 votes (56.39%) to Republican challenger and former U.S. Representative Scott W. Taylor’s 2,755 (41.35%). David Bruce Foster received 148 votes, and there were three write-ins.

Town election results follow:

Cheriton Mayor —

Jacqueline V. Davis 171

Warren W. “Ski” Wisneski  85 votes

Write In votes 8

Cheriton Town Council (six seats)

B.B. “Barry” Downing, Jr. 176

Robert K. “Bo” Lewis, Sr. 174

Norma P. Spencer 159

Larry E. LeMond 136

Matthew Yancy III 135

Gregory S. Hardesty 133

Scott E. Berger 98

Write In 12

Eastville Mayor

James C. Sturgis 150

Write In 8

Eastville Town Council (six seats)

Mary Beth Briggs 109

John D. Crockett 103

Barbara M. Thomas 96

Eleanor C. Gordon 95

Write In 84

Nassawadox Mayor

Patricia S. Stith 193

Write In 3

Nassawadox Town Council (six seats)

John W. Hallett, Sr. 128

Claude F. Jones 123

Elizabeth P. “Liz” Freund 115

Andrea D. Fox 113

Write In 29

Constitutional Amendment #1 (redistricting commission)

Yes – 4,256   No – 2,027

Constitutional Amendment #2 (disabled veteran vehicle taxation)

Yes – 5,604   No – 889

Sales Tax Referendum

Yes – 4,640  No – 1,872

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