Winners are marked with asterisks.
Paul Goldman (dropped out)
Robert J. Grey Jr.
*Dwight C. Jones*
William J. "Bill" Pantele
Lawrence E. Williams Sr.
*Bruce W. Tyler (uncontested)*
Tyron K. Bey
Patrick D. Kjellberg
*Charles R. Samuels*
Jonathan D. Davis
*Chris A. Hilbert*
*Katherine C. Graziano (uncontested)*
Mark E. Brandon
*E. Martin "Marty" Jewell*
S. Lee Shewmake
*Ellen F. Robertson (uncontested)*
*Delores L. McQuinn*
C. Allen Barrett
Eric W. Hunter Sr.
*Reva M. Trammell*
*Doug G. Conner Jr.*
Eugene A. Mason Jr.
Adrian R. Preston
*Kimberly M. Bridges (uncontested)*
*Kimberly B. "Kim" Gray*
Alice O. "Lisa" Dawson
*Norma H. Murdoch-Kitt (uncontested)*
Bert J. Berlin
John T. Lloyd
Jonathan C. Mallard
*Adria A. Graham Scott*
*Betsy B. Carr*
Otis E. Mallory
Art L. Burton
*Chandra H. Smith*
Ronald L. Bond
*Donald L. "Don" Coleman*
Torey J. Edmonds
*Dawn C. Page*
Charles D. Willis
*Evette L. Wilson (uncontested)*
We've hit the 33 percent mark for Virginia election returns. So far, it's McCain with 53.02 percent; Obama with 44.25 percent.
What about locally? Richmond precincts have yet to report.
John Girardi with Bill Pantele's mayoral campaign has been roving the polls since they opened this morning. By noon, he expresses renewed confidence based on informal exit polling in the campaign beyond the 1st, 2nd and 4th districts, which were presumed by many as solid Pantele territory.
“Bill's looking real good in the 5th right now,” Girardi says. “It would be dangerous to assign numbers to it, but I won't say it's surprising.”
Across town at Toad's Place, the scene of this evening's planned Obama and Virginia Democratic rally, the scene is disarming. The front door is open, but doors to the club where tonight thousands likely will gather remain locked. Nobody is around save a few construction workers who are doing renovations in office space on the second floor of the club. -- Chris Dovi
Earlier today, Obama campaign workers in Richmond expressed concern about allegations from voters that Henrico County Sheriff Michael L. Wade was putting up McCain signs near majority black voting precincts in the county.
It's not illegal, but local Obama officials are concerned that Wade's alleged sign planting could be construed as an intimidation tactic.
Wade, chairman of the Henrico County Republican Committee, couldn't be immediately reached for comment. The Henrico sheriff's department has 361 sworn officers and employees.
An official with the State Board of Elections said she was forwarding the allegations to the Virginia State Police.
After analyzing some 40 Web-related measures, including site traffic, YouTube viewers, search engines and social networking sites, Richmond-based Madison+Main, Advertising & New Media, is betting on Barack Obama to win the presidency.
Dave Saunders, company president, writes about his team's findings, naturally, on the firm's blog.
Some of the stats included these breakdowns: McCain's Facebook page had 624,000 supporters to Obama's 2.4 million. McCain's Web site received 4.3 million visitors in October compared with Obama's 7.9 million visitors during the same period.