2020 Election Live Results

Results Legend

President
13 Electoral Votes

Long a GOP stronghold, Virginia voted Republican in all but one election from 1952 through 2004. Rapid growth around Washington, D.C. has given Democrats an edge here; they've won the last three elections. Hillary Clinton won by about 5% in 2016.

President

Updated:
Likely D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Donald J. Trump (Republican)
Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian)
Joe Biden (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. Senate

Incumbent Sen. Mark Warner (D) is favored to win a 3rd term. 2024: Sen. Tim Kaine (D, 2nd term)

U.S. Senate

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Mark Warner (Democratic)
Daniel Gade (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House

11 Congressional Districts: 7 Democrats | 4 Republicans

Democrats flipped three seats in 2018; they have an opportunity for another this year. VA-5 runs through the central part of the state. Incumbent Republican Denver Riggleman was ousted at the party convention (held in lieu of a primary). This is a GOP-leaning district - Trump won by 11% in 2016 - but most forecasters see it as a toss-up.

Republicans are hoping for a comeback in VA-2 and VA-7, two of the seats the party lost in 2018. VA-2 is a rematch of 2018, when Elaine Luria (D) beat Scott Taylor (R). Both incumbents are slightly favored. The state's other eight incumbents are expected to be reelected.

U.S. House District 1

Updated:
Likely R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Robert Wittman (Republican)
Qasim Rashid (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 2

Updated:
Leans D
Candidate Votes Percent
David Foster (Independent)
*Elaine Luria (Democratic)
Scott Taylor (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 3

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
John Collick Jr (Republican)
*Bobby Scott (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 4

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Leon Benjamin (Republican)
*A. Donald McEachin (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 5

Updated:
Toss-up
Candidate Votes Percent
Bob Good (Republican)
Cameron Webb (Democratic)

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 6

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
Nicholas Betts (Democratic)
*Ben Cline (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 7

Updated:
Leans D
Candidate Votes Percent
*Abigail Spanberger (Democratic)
Nick Freitas (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 8

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Jeff Jordan (Republican)
*Don Beyer (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 9

Updated:
Safe R
Candidate Votes Percent
*Morgan Griffith (Republican)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 10

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Aliscia Andrews (Republican)
*Jennifer Wexton (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

U.S. House District 11

Updated:
Safe D
Candidate Votes Percent
Manga Anantatmula (Republican)
*Gerald Connolly (Democratic)

*Incumbent

Votes counted: 0. Estimated 0% in

Governor

Next election is 2021. Ralph Northam (D) is the incumbent. He will be ineligible to run that year. Virginia is the only state in the nation that doesn't allow a governor to seek reelection to a 2nd term.