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Vienna Voters Choose Allen, Perkins

Precinct by precinct results for GOP Primaries

About 71 percent of voters at Vienna precincts gave their support to former Virginia Gov. George Allen in the Republican primary Tuesday for the state's open U.S. Senate seat, falling in line

Allen, who will now face Tim Kaine (D) in November, also won Fairfax County with about 65.4 percent of the vote.

The win came despite and across Virginia: fewer than 5.1 percent of active voters statewide cast ballots on Tuesday. In Fairfax County, the average was about 5.4 percent.

The turnout was only slightly higher than the state and county averages for March's Republican Presidential Primary.

In Vienna, turnout varied from precinct to precinct.

Flint Hill and Wolftrap again saw the highest turnout among Vienna-area precincts, with 8.5 and 8 percent of the active voter population casting ballots, respectively.

Those precincts, however, were exceptions to turnout elsewhere in Vienna, which hovered between 3 and 6 percent.

Newly-formed Precinct 204 again had the fewest amount of votes, with 46, about 5.3 percent of its registered voters. The Tysons Precinct had the lowest percentage of voters turn out, with 1.93 percent.

About 66.6 percent of Vienna voters put their weight behind in the 11th Congressional District Race -- just more than the 62.49 percent the veteran received countywide.

No Vienna-area precincts had a majority of support for Perkins' challenger,

Perkins, who received an endorsement from former Congressman Tom Davis, will face incumbent Gerry Connolly (D) in November.

A look at how the candidates stacked up across Vienna:

 

“Bob” Marshall Total Votes Active Registered Voters % Precinct 202, Flint Hill:

187

6
27 42 262 3,048 8.5 Precinct 204, Madison:

28

4 1 13 46 865 5.3
Precinct 213, Vienna No.1:
122 11 11
31

175 3,837 4.56 Precinct 214, Vienna No.2: 124
4
19
21

168 3,029 5.54 Precinct 216, Vienna No.4: 46
2
11
12

71  1,428 4.97
Precinct 218, Vienna No.6:
42
2
13
24

81 2,360 3.4

Precinct 219, Westbriar:

125 8 17 22
  172 3,483 4.93 Precinct 226, Wolftrap:  205
8 23 36 272 3,402 8 Precinct 704, Freedom Hill: 87 3 4
14
108 2,048 5.27
Precinct 719, Stenwood: 44 2 7 8 61 991 6.2 Precinct 720, Thoreau: 74 4 10 20 108 1,637 6.6 Precinct 729, Nottoway: 126
10
15 24 175 3,568 4.9 Precinct 731, Tysons: Providence Committee Meeting Room, 7921 Jones Branch Road, McLean 44 1 2 6 53 2,748 1.93 Precinct 733, Kilmer: 76 7
8 28 119 3,827 3.1

11th Congressional District

  Chris Perkins Ken Vaughn Total Votes Active Registered Voters % Precinct 202, Flint Hill: 190 68 258 3,048 8.4 Precinct 204, Madison:
31 15 46
865 5.3
Precinct 213, Vienna No.1:
103
68

171 3,837 4.45 Precinct 214, Vienna No.2: 112
49

161 3,029 5.31 Precinct 216, Vienna No.4: 41

25

66 1,428 4.62
Precinct 218, Vienna No.6:
44

34

78
2,360 3.3

Precinct 219, Westbriar:

126 43
  169
3,483 4.85 Precinct 226, Wolftrap:  189 74 263 3,402 7.73 Precinct 704, Freedom Hill: 62
41
103 2,048 5.02
Precinct 719, Stenwood: 36 22 58 991 5.85 Precinct 720, Thoreau: 66 35 101 1,637 6.16 Precinct 729, Nottoway: 104 57 161 3,568 4.51 Precinct 731, Tysons: Providence Committee Meeting Room, 7921 Jones Branch Road, McLean 30 19 49 2,748 1.78 Precinct 733, Kilmer: 60 48 108 3,827 2.82
R. June 13, 2012 at 08:02 PM
Let us hope that minorities in Virginia will remember Allen's "macaca" comments of the last campaign and keep him out of office once again.

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