Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Virginia elections a clean sweep for Republicans.

Virginia Gubernatorial election

Bob McDonnell (R) - 56.41%
Creigh Deeds (D) - 43.51%
Write in candidates - 0.07%

While Bob McDonnell was expected to claim victory in Virginia, the amazing shift from Obama winning the state by 6 percentage points last year to McDonnell claiming victory by 13 percentage points this year, is just astounding. This is a lesson for GOP elites who believe the social issues should be dropped from the party, Bob McDonnell = social Conservative = Governor of Virginia.

Virginia Lieutenant Governor election

William "Bill" Bolling (R) - 56.41%
Jody Wagner (D) - 43.51%
Write in candidates - 0.07%

Virginia Attorney General election

Ken Cuccinelli (R) - 57.52%
Stephen Shannon (D) - 42.39%
Write in candidates - 0.08%

Cuccinelli was personally attacked by his opponent because he home schools his children, and being the product of homeschooling education, that greatly offended me. I am glad Cuccinelli defeated his Democrat scumbag opponent, and considering McDonnell won the Attorney General seat by just a couple of hundred votes in 2005, it appears Virginia is shifting red once more.

Virginia House of Delegates elections.

Virginia House of Delegates composition before election - 53 Republicans, 43 Democrats, 2 Independents (who caucus with Republicans), and 2 open seats.

Virginia House of Delegates composition after election - 58 Republicans, 39 Democrats, 2 Independents, and one race is still undecided, although the election is leaning towards the Republican candidate.

The Republicans now have 60 seats in the Virginia House of Delegates, which is absolutely amazing, considering Republicans are suppose to be the political party that is becoming more irrelevant each and every day.

The Conservative Republican revolution has begun in Virginia, hopefully it spreads like wildfire to the other 49 states in the Union.

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