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Herndon Election 2012: Results

Updates on the 2012 federal and state elections will be posted here throughout the day. Connect with us on Twitter at #PatchElections.

Note: Come back to Patch after the polls close Tuesday for updated precinct-by-precinct results from your neighborhood polling location. 

Barack Obama has been re-elected as president, Tim Kaine has been elected to the US Senate, and Gerry Connolly and Frank Wolf will stay in the House.

Throughout Election Day we kept track of what was happening at the local polls and Tuesday night we tracked results for the local and national races as they came in. All the numbers were in by about midnight on Election night.

For all our 2012 election articles and coverage, make sure to head over to our Herndon Election Season Guide. Also make sure to where you can upload your own Election Day photos!

 

US PRESIDENTIAL

Precinct Name/No. Votes Mitt Romney (R) Barack Obama (D) Herndon 1 - 319 2,529 38.28% / 968 59.79% / 1,512 Herndon 2 - 320 2,646 30.91% / 818 67.42% / 1,784 Herndon 3 - 324 2,378 31.54% / 750 66.57% / 1,583 Clearview - 321 3,026 43.56% / 1,318 54.82% / 1,659 Hutchison - 325 1,555 24.50% / 381 73.05% / 1,136 Sugarland - 327 2,152 46.47% / 1,000 52.09% / 1,121 Coates - 332 1,964 27.95% / 549 70.57% / 1,386 Kinross East - 908 1,675 47.28% / 792 51.28% / 859 Kinross West - 909 1,548 45.225 / 700 54.07% / 837 Vale - 914 1,571 52.07% / 818 46.59% / 732 Carson - 931 1,327 41.07% / 545 57.27% / 760 Floris - 203 2,538 43.54% / 1,105 55.44% / 1,407 Fox Mill - 229 3,203 44.96% / 1,440 53.61% / 1,717 Frying Pan - 235 2,004 32.78% / 657 65.47% / 1,312 McNair - 237 2,481 31.36% / 778 66.71% / 1,655


US SENATE

Precinct Name/No. Votes George Allen (R) Tim Kaine (D) Herndon 1 - 319 2,497 38.81% / 969 60.91% / 1,521

Herndon 2 - 320

2,618 31.36% / 821 68.53% / 1,794 Herndon 3 - 324 2,334 31.49% / 735 68.34% / 1,595 Clearview - 321 3,006 43.28% / 1,301 56.45% / 1,697 Hutchison - 325 1,522 27.33% / 416 72.34% / 1,101 Sugarland - 327 2,133 45.01% / 960 54.85% / 1,170 Coates - 332 1,945 28.64% / 557 71.00% / 1,381 Kinross East - 908 1,653 45.61% / 754 54.20% / 896 Kinross West - 909 1,541 44.71% / 689 55.22% / 851 Vale - 914 1,562 49.36% / 771 50.51% / 789 Carson - 931 1,321 41.41% / 547 58.52% / 773 Floris - 203 2,511 42.89% / 1,077 56.99% / 1,431 Fox Mill - 229 3,186 43.47% / 1,385 56.34% / 1,795 Frying Pan - 235 1,976 32.54% / 643 67.11% / 1,326 McNair - 237 2,441 31.34% / 765 68.46% / 1,671


US HOUSE

Precinct Votes Chris Perkins (R) Gerry Connolly (D) Mark Gibson (I) Other Herndon 1 - 319 2,443 37.78% / 923 58.08% / 1,419 1.39% / 34 2.74% / 67 Herndon 2 - 320 2,587 31.35% / 811 64.51% / 1,669 1.47% / 38 2.67% / 69 Herndon 3 - 324 2,306 31.57% / 728 63.79% / 1,471 1.91% / 44 2.73% / 63 Hutchison - 325 1,503 25.95% / 390
69.33% / 1,042
2.00% / 30
2.72% / 41 Coates - 332 1,921 27.95% / 537 67.73% / 1,301 1.30% / 25 3.03% / 58 Floris - 203 2,477 42.63% / 1,056
54.78% / 1,357 1.49% / 37 1.09% / 27 Frying Pan - 235 1,957 33.06% / 647 63.87% / 1,250 1.07% / 21 2.00% / 39 McNair - 237 2,406 30.30% / 729 65.59% / 1,578 1.25% / 30 2.86% / 69

 

Precinct Votes Frank Wolf (R) Kristin Ann Cabral (D) J. Kevin
Chisholm (I)  Other Clearview - 321 2,999 53.12% / 1,593 43.98% / 1,319 2.83% / 85 0.07% / 2 Sugarland - 327 2,129 55.19% / 1,175 41.47% / 883 3.19% / 68 0.14% / 3 Fox Mill - 229 3,149 57.03% / 1,796 40.08% / 1,262 2.60% / 82 0.29% / 9 Kinross East - 908 1,649 59.61% / 983 38.27% / 631 2% / 33 0.12% / 2 Kinross West - 909 1,532 59.46% / 911 38.64% / 592 1.76% / 27 0.13% / 2 Vale - 914 1,555 59.87% / 931
37.49% / 583 2.57% / 40 0.06% / 1 Carson - 931 1,313 51.33% / 674
45.32% / 595 3.20% / 42 0.15% / 2

 

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11/6 UPDATE - 2 p.m.: The lines to vote in Herndon have been pretty steady throughout the day so far, with some lulls between the morning and lunch hour voters and again after the lunch hour.

This morning at Herndon Precinct 3, located at Herndon Middle School, early morning voters had about an hour to wait in line to cast their ballot. Voter Carolyn Morgret said she was in line at 6:20 a.m. and was finished at about 7:25 a.m. She then returned to help hand out Republican sample ballots. 

Chen Yang, chief election officer at Herndon 3, said they expect a steady line of voters until about 4 p.m., when they expect to see another rush of after-work voters. At quarter after 11 this morning about 1,223 of the precinct's 4,009 registered voters had been to the polls. 

At Herndon 2, located at Herndon Community Center, poll worker Les Halpern said they've had fewer identification problems than in previous years with the new voter ID laws helping them move voters through faster. He said the biggest problem election officials are seeing there is people going to the wrong precinct. 

Ulo Pulles, Herndon 2's chief election officer, said the polls have been busy all day. At about noon 1,479 out of 4,328 registered voters had visited the precinct, he said. 

Robert Walker, chief election officer at Herndon Precinct 1 at Herndon Elementary, said Election Day has been pretty smooth, though there has been a little excitement at their precinct. He said this morning a man standing in line collapsed and 911 was called. At about 1:30 p.m. 1,645 of the precinct's 4,045 registered voters had cast their ballots. 

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11/6 UPDATE 8:30 p.m.: The polls at the Sugarland precinct at Herndon High School picked up a bit before the polls closed around 5:30 p.m. The precinct had a busy morning and a slower afternoon. At about 5 p.m. turnout was about 60 percent, according to Chief Election Officer Bernard La Due. 

"I probably have the best election team in all of the precincts," La Due said. He said his team prepped the night before to set up their polling place. He said this morning they were ready to go a full 15 minutes before doors opened. 

The Hutchison precinct at Hutchison Elementary was steady throughout the day. The small precinct had a turnout of about 1,500 out of about 2,600 at 6:20 p.m. The Democratic poll watchers said the team at the precinct did an excellent job of getting people through to vote, with few issues.  

Twitter user KCGirlInDC was at the Carson precinct at Carson Middle School today and said at the end of the day turnout was at about 80 percent for the precinct. 

At the Floris precinct at Floris Elementary School there were no lines at 6:40 p.m. Chief Election Officer Dottie O'Rourke said she had 12 of the nicest coworkers at the polls in her 18 years working elections. She said the poll watchers at the precinct were also extremely helpful. 

O'Rourke said the Floris precinct had visits from two large publications, including LIFE in Russia and USA Today. She said they've had no identification issues they weren't able to solve and it's been a pleasure to work at the Floris precinct.

At 6:45 p.m. 2,532 of the precinct's 3,959 voters had been to the polls. One last voter ran into the building at 6:57 p.m. to cast his ballot.

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Tonya November 07, 2012 at 03:36 AM
Why are you only showing the R and D votes for president and not the other parties?
Leslie Perales Loges (Editor) November 07, 2012 at 03:52 AM
Numbers for the Goode, Johnson and Stein can be found on the State Board of Elections website. http://electionresults.virginia.gov/resultsPREC.aspx?type=PRE&rid=3545232527424045364&cty=059&osn=0 (http://electionresults.virginia.gov)
Tonya November 07, 2012 at 04:32 AM
I found them. I am just curious why you are not reporting them.
Leslie Perales Loges (Editor) November 07, 2012 at 05:15 AM
Mostly because when our charts on our sites get really large they start to look really strange.

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