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. Visit these pages to see results and articles on - Congress (11th) Senate Bond issues Constututional Amendments President United States Senate Votes % R/D United States House * For other party congressional candidates, click here for complete results
Changes to eminent domain and veto session scheduling pass by wide margins.
Virginia residents voted to pass two amendments to the Virginia Constitution when they went out to the polls Tuesday. About 75 percent of voters, more than 2.3 million people, voted "yes" to amending the state's eminent domain policies. The measure will prohibit local governments from using eminent domain for economic development and job creation. The measure was a bit less popular in localities such as Fairfax County, where 62 percent of voters decided to pass the amendment. Question 2, which will allow the General Assembly to postpone its veto session in the event of scheduling conflicts of religious holidays, was much more popular. About 82 percent of voters, or 2.6 million people, said yes to the amendment. Update (12:05 a.m. Nov. 7, …