Herndon's Ken Vaughn Awaits GOP Primary Results for 11th District
People are trickling into the voting booth for today's primary election.
It's been a slow day at the polls in Herndon for today's GOP primary election, even with Herndon resident Ken Vaughn on the ballot. Voters have been trickling in to cast their ballot. As of 2 p.m. 26 people had voted in Herndon's Sugarland Precinct at Herndon High School, while 49 people have voted at Herndon Precinct 3 at Herndon Middle School.
In the Senate Republican Party Primary, voters across the state are choosing among George F. Allen, Jamie L. Radtke, R.G. "Bob" Marshall and E.W. Jackson. The winner will run against Democrat Tim Kaine.
In a Republican Party Primary in the 11th congressional district, voters are choosing between Chris S. Perkins and Vaughn of Herndon. The winner of the primary will face Democratic Congressman Gerald Connolly. Independent Mark Gibson is also running in the 11th District. He is required to gather 1,000 signatures to get onto the November ballot. The deadline is today.
Polls are open until 7 p.m. today. To find your polling place, visit the Virginia State Board of Elections website here.
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