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Results: How Reston Voted

Democrats dominate in all Reston precincts in 2012 election.

Voter turnout was heavy in Reston on Tuesday as every Reston precinct voted in favor of Democratic candidates.

President Barack Obama had over 70 percent of the vote in some Reston polling spots as he was returned to office for four more years. 

See the table below for complete numbers. 

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Congress (11th)

Senate

Bond issues

Constututional Amendments

 

President

Precinct Votes    % R/D Mitt Romney(R)       Barack Obama (D)       208 - RESTON #1 (Lake Anne ES) 25/73 488 1,396 209 - RESTON #2 (Forest Edge) 28/70 596 1,462 220 - DOGWOOD 28/70 747 1,831 221- HUNTERS WOODS 39/60 712 1,091 222 - RESTON #3 (RCC-Lake Anne) 25/73 375 1.074 223 - GLADE (RCC-HW) 37/67 800 1,724 224 - SOUTH LAKES 32/66 961 1,994 225 - TERRASET 26/71 630 1,804 227 - SUNRISE VALLEY 44/55 542 677 233 - NORTH POINT 41/58 1,318 1,846 234 - ALDRIN 42/57 1,318 1.797  238 - CAMERON GLEN 44/54 862 1,056 236 - STUART  37/62 337 569

 

United States Senate

Precinct

Votes %

R/D    

 George Allen (R)        Tim Kaine (D)      208 - RESTON #1 26/73 501 1,387 209 - RESTON #2 28/71 580 1,480 220- DOGWOOD  30/70 762 1,812 221 - HUNTERS WOODS 36/63 659 1,153 222 - RESTON#3 25/75 363 1,093 223 - SOUTH LAKES 31/68 938 2,031 224 - GLADE 31/68 800 1,722 225- TERRASET 27/73 668 1,833 227 - SUNRISE VALLEY 42/47 517 703 233 - NORTH POINT 40/60 1,266 1,889 234 - ALDRIN 40/60 1,270 1,860 238 - CAMERON GLEN 44/56 845 1,074 236 - STUART 37/63 334 572

 

United States House

Precinct  Votes % R/D Chris Perkins (R)   Gerry Connolly  (D)        Mark Gibson (I)              208 - RESTON # 1 26/70 479 1,300 21 209 - RESTON #2 28/67 561 1,367 36 220 - DOGWOOD 29/67 733 1,706 44 221 - HUNTERS WOODS 37/60 666 1,079 17 222- RESTON #3 25/70 359 1,010 18 223- SOUTH LAKES  31/65 922 1,908 33 224- GLADE  30/65 752 1,631 34 225 - TERRASET 27/68 661 1,692 36 227 - SUNRISE VALLEY 44/53 536 642 11 233- NORTH POINT 40/56 1,251 1,766 52 234 - ALDRIN 41/56 1,280 1,735 29 238 - CAMERON GLEN 42/54 796 1,048 29 236 - STUART 37/60 332 543 10

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the-stix November 07, 2012 at 02:42 PM
More of the same! Even Kaine who gave complete authority for the toll road to the MWAA was rewarded.
Gene November 07, 2012 at 03:18 PM
To my beloved country I'm sorry that my State and County has failed you in this election. With this outcome I will be doing everyhting in my power to make sure I pay the absolute minimum I can pay in Federal Income Tax and thus State Income Tax. To the state of Virginia it's obvious that the influx of new voters, especially in the NoVa counties has changed our politics for the worse. To Fairfax county it's obvious I don't belong here anymore I'll be taking my tax revenue to another county.
Charlie November 07, 2012 at 04:12 PM
Good-bye!
Laura Ramon November 07, 2012 at 04:21 PM
Gene- really?! He lost by a lot, how about this-- how about everyone just suck it up and get the freak to work on making things better? How about you do your part?
Gene November 07, 2012 at 04:39 PM
No Thanks, I had already been on the fence with the upcoming destruction of Reston as the result of Metro not to mention the changes to our population that is likely to occur, think you have issues now with homeles people at the Library, just wait, even better the question to spend more money we don't have on said library was approved. So the lection results were just what I needed to put me over the edge. I served my country, I've worked hard all my life in private business, I've been generous with any extra that I had, and all some want is more, more. I'm tired of it I just cannot believe that so many people have this idea that big government and spend, spend is good. And BTW I assume you were referring to Mr. Romney with "He lost by a lot" no he did not in Virginia it was very close and at the National level it was Obama won 59,583,302 in the popular vote, while Romney won 56,960,53. - Gene
Jack Waugh November 07, 2012 at 05:02 PM
Why do you not show the other presidential candidates?
novatom November 07, 2012 at 07:04 PM
Honestly Gene, I'm surprised it took you this long to realize how much of a Democratic stronghold Fairfax County is. It's not like this is some new development.
Gene November 07, 2012 at 07:16 PM
By the way have you had a chance to check your retirement fund and/or your investments today?
Gene November 07, 2012 at 07:18 PM
Yes I know it was a Democratic stringhold but it's more the entire NoVa that has gone that way in big numbers, somehow I thought that was changing.
mdennis74 November 07, 2012 at 08:01 PM
Too bad that's how growth works: new people come with new money and new ideas. You can either grow, or stagnate. I'm pretty sure you didn't want to condemn Fairfax County to economic stagnation. But the only choices are (1) growth and change; (2) stagnation and decline; or (3) forced balkinazation and political litmus-testing of new residents (highly unconstitutional).
mdennis74 November 07, 2012 at 08:04 PM
Gene, I'm pretty sure the "he lost by a lot" comment was meant solely in the context of local results, because that's what this thread is about. And in that context, yes, he did lose by a lot. Even more than I had expected. I hope you're not foolish enough to judge your retirement/investment funds solely on a single day. Any intelligent investor looks at the long-term, especially with regards to their retirement funds. Finally, I hope you were already doing everything you can to lower your state and federal income tax bills. But you imply that you were not doing so in the past. Can't blame anyone but yourself for that oversight.
Gene November 07, 2012 at 08:42 PM
My comment to this topic was how the county and state went, not Reston. Todays market results are an indicator IMHO. I have not been aggressive on my taxes in a number of years, I'll go back to my old ways. More importantly my point is that there will be many more doing the same is my bet.
Gene November 07, 2012 at 08:49 PM
New people with new money and new ideas, no the money flowing in for development won't last. I'm all for new Ideas and smart growth. I have not seen either lately. Just look at the approval of the bond issues, why in this economic climate would any think it is a good idea except perhaps the one dealing with public safety and borrowing money certainly is not a new idea.
Richard Holmquist November 07, 2012 at 09:32 PM
They're all up significantly from the day Obama took office.
Richard Holmquist November 07, 2012 at 09:40 PM
All indications point to the "fiscal cliff" as the reason for today's drop in the stock market, not some fundamental concern about Obama's leadership. It's as much the result of the Republican leadership who were complicit in setting up the situation. My bet's on the house, senate and president resolving the problem at the eleventh hour, before the fiscal disaster that none will want to be blamed for. That makes today a fantastic buying opportunity if you have the nerve.
Tim November 08, 2012 at 02:11 PM
DJIA week of 1/26/2001 (Bush inaugurated) – 10,069 DJIA week of 1/23/2009 (Obama inaugurated) – 8,077 (down 1,992) DJIA today – 12,932 (gain of 4,855) Gene - you make some valid points, but when you use throw away lines like your "By the way..." comment, your credibility drops considerably.

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