Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won the support of voters in James City County and York County in the Democratic Primary race Tuesday, but Sen. Bernie Sanders eked out a majority in the City of Williamsburg.
The majority of voters in the Historic Triangle fell in line with the state results, which show Clinton defeated Sanders (D-Vermont) with more than 64 percent of the vote. All precincts have reported results.
Clinton had her largest margin of victory in James City County with 65.1 percent of the vote, or 5,210 votes. In York County, 3,292 ballots were cast in her favor for 61.45 percent of the vote.
Sanders edged Clinton out in the City of Williamsburg by 38 ballots, which helped him earn 50.68 percent of the vote.
James City County – 19 of 19 precincts reporting
|Martin J. O’Malley||43||0.54%|
Click here to see the results from James City County broken down by precinct.
York County – 14 of 14 precincts reporting
|Martin J. O’Malley||25||0.47%|
Click here to see the results from York County broken down by precinct.
City of Williamsburg – 3 of 3 precincts reporting
|Martin J. O’Malley||6||0.25%|
Click here to see the results from City of Williamsburg broken down by precinct.