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Virginia State Board of Elections
2000 Virginia Presidential Primary Results
February 29, 2000
George W. Bush 52.80%
John McCain 43.82%
Alan Keyes 3.06%
Gary Bauer 0.19%
Steve Forbes 0.13%
2000 Virginia Presidential Caucuses Results
April 15 - April 17, 2000
Al Gore ***
UnCommitted ***
Lyndon LaRouche ***
2000 Virginia Congressional Primary and Caucus Results
June 13, 2000
Senator
Nominated by Convention
Charles S. "Chuck" Robb (D) ex-Gov. George F. Allen (R) teacher / author George "Tex" Wood (I, G, Rfm)
1st Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
ex-Fredericksburg Mayor Lawrence A. Davies (D), teacher Ron Bell (D), commonwealth attorney Gary Pash (D), St. Del. Jo Ann S. Davis (R) 35.16%, attorney Robert Cunningham (R) 6.62%, real estate broker Paul Jost (R) 29.96%, political consultant Mike Rothfeld (R) 22.01%, retired marine / ex-Louisiana St. Sen. Phillip G. "Phil" Short (R) 6.24%, Sharon Wood (L)
2nd Congressional District
5/13 Democratic Convention
attorney Jody Wagner (D) St. Sen. Edward L. "Ed" Schrock (R) Stephen Merrill (L)
3rd Congressional District
5/6 Democratic Convention
Robert C. Scott (D)
4th Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
Norman Sisisky (D) state GOP chair / St. Sen. J. Randy Forbes (R)? housing activist Brian Holland (I)?
5th Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
president of the National Black Farmers Association John Boyd (D), Democratic county chair Allen Hale (D), No Republican Virgil H. Goode, Jr. (I)
6th Congressional District
5/6 Democratic Convention
No Democrat nominated at convention Robert W. Goodlatte (R)
7th Congressional District
5/6 Democratic Convetion
No Democrat nominated at convention St. Del. Eric I. Cantor (R) 50.22%, St. Sen. Steve H. Martin (R) 49.78%, Reed Halsted (L)
8th Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
James P. Moran Jr. (D) psychologist / '98 nominee Demaris H. Miller (R), Maeve Rigler (R), LP National Political Director Ron Crickenberger (L), Rick Herron (G), Rick Shaddock (NL),
9th Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
Frederick C. "Rick" Boucher (D) Michael D. "Oz" Osborne (R)
10th Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
No Democrat nominated at convention Frank Rudolph Wolf (R) attorney Marc Rossi (G)
11th Congressional District
5/20 Democratic Convention
telecommunication analyst Mike Corrigan (D), real estate underwriter Thomas E. Bellanca (D), environmental activist Robert Hudson Westover (D), Thomas M. Davis (R) Robert McBride (L), pro-life activist / '99 candidate for state senate Virginia Dobey (I)?, consultant Sarina Grosswald (G, NL),

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party


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