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Local Results: How the City of Falls Church Voted

See the results from the three precincts.

David Bjerke wanted to eclipse the number of voters that turned out in 2008 in the City of Falls Church.

That year, a little more than 82 percent cast ballots at the polls. When the polls closed Tuesday night, Bjerke, general registrar for the city, said a little more than 87 percent of the city’s registered voters had cast ballots. He said 77 percent of the voters cast their ballots on Tuesday at the city’s three precincts.

“That’s the number I want,” Bjerke said pointing to a plaque in the office commemorating the percentage of 2008 voters that made it to the polls.

In all, 7,298 of the 9403 registered voters in the city cast ballots in the general election. Bjerke said most of the people voted Democrat.

U.S. President
First Ward: 601 S. Oak St.
Second Ward: 501 Roosevelt Blvd.
Third Ward: 223 Little Falls St.
Barack Obama (D)
1244 882 1164 Mitt Romney (R)
627 435 645 Gary Johnson (Libertarian)
20 11 17 Jill Stein (Green Party)
6 6 5 Virgil Goode (Constitution Party)
4 2 2 Totals 1901 1336 1833

 

 

U.S. Senate
First Ward: 601 S. Oak St.
Second Ward: 501 Roosevelt Blvd. Third Ward: 223 Little Falls St. George Allen (R)
619 409 408 Tim Kane (D)
1266 916 1212 Totals 1885 1325 1620

 

8th Congressional District First Ward: 601 S. Oak St. Second Ward: 501 Roosevelt Blvd. Third Ward: 223 Little Falls St. Jim Moran (D) 1173 817 1094 J. Patrick Murray (R) 617 417 600 Janet Murphy (Green Party) 33 29 33 Jason Howell (Independent) 44 47 73 Totals
1867 1310 1800

 

 

 

 

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