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Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.A diverse group of five Democratic challengers hoped to channel demographic changes and Democratic energy to take seats held by white men — and all won.” Virginia’s most socially conservative state lawmaker was ousted from office by a Democrat who will be one of the nation’s first openly transgender elected officials.The race pitted Danica Roem, a 33-year-old former journalist who began her physical gender transition four years ago, against Robert G.Democrats desperately needed some wins after they went all-in on a House special election in Georgia this spring and lost. The results across the country represent nothing less than a stinging repudiation of Trump on the first anniversary of his election.-- Democrat Ralph Northam was elected governor of Virginia Tuesday by an unexpectedly large margin of nine percentage points.Trump’s impact on the race was also clear from other questions in the exit polling: 34 percent of voters said expressing opposition to Trump was a reason for their vote, with almost all of this group favoring Northam, per our in-house pollster Scott Clement.Half as many (17 percent) sought to express support for the president, while 47 percent said Trump was not a factor in their choice. White women with college degrees — a group that split evenly in the 2013 Virginia governor’s election — favored Northam by 16 points over Gillespie in preliminary exit polling, 58 percent to 42 percent.
No one thought going into last night that it was seriously in play.
Four in 10 Virginia voters yesterday approved of the job that the president is doing, according to preliminary exit polls.
Gillespie received over 9 in 10 votes from Trump approvers, but among the larger group of Trump disapprovers, Northam had nearly as large an advantage: 87 percent.
Gillespie won handily among those who named taxes and immigration as their top issue.
The candidates split among those who picked gun policy.