Norment, Miller Keep Seats in State Senate

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John Miller (left) and Tommy Norment (right) will remain in the state Senate for another term.
John Miller (left) and Tommy Norment (right) will remain in the state Senate for another term.

Incumbent Tommy Norment (R) and John Miller will continue to represent the 3rd and 1st districts, respectively, in the Virginia Senate.

Each soundly defeated their challengers: Norment defeated Democrat Hugo Reyes and Miller won over Republican Mark Matney, according to unofficial results.

Vote totals from the Virginia Department of Elections show Norment, the state senate’s majority leader, earned 35,498 votes, or 69.40 percent of the ballots cast. Reyes took in 15,481 votes, or 30.27 percent.

Miller garnered 17,981 votes for 59.31 percent of the ballots cast in that race, while Matney collected 12,276 votes, or 40.49 percent.

All election results are considered unofficial until a formal results review, which begins tomorrow, is completed and all provisional ballots are counted.

 

RESULTS

Total:

District 1

Candidate Votes Percent
John C. Miller
Democratic
17,981 59.31%
Mark R. Matney
Republican
12,276 40.49%
Write In
Write-In
60 0.20%

 

District 3

Candidate Votes Percent
Hugo E. Reyes
Democratic
15,481 30.27%
Thomas K. Norment, Jr.
Republican
35,498 69.40%
Write In
Write-In
171 0.33%