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Local Results: How Centreville Voted

Local residents voted Tuesday for president, Senate, House candidates, Virginia constitutional amendments and county-wide bond referendums.

Voters in the Centreville area of Fairfax County went to the polls Tuesday to choose a president, senator, representative and to vote on several county-wide ballot initiatives.

President Obama, a Democrat, won re-election against former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the GOP nominee in the presidential race. There were several third-party candidates in the race for president, as well. Nearly every Centreville precinct voted for Obama. 

Former Senator and Virginia Gov. George Allen ran against former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine in the race for the U.S. Senate. Kaine took the seat and most Centreville precincts voted for him as well. 

In the House, in the 10th congressional District, incumbent Congressman Frank Wolf, a Republican, won re-election against Democratic newcomer Kristin Cabral and Kevin Chisholm. Wolf won most Centreville precincts. 

In the 11th congressional District, Incumbent Congressman Gerald Connolly, a Democrat, defeated Republican Chris Perkins as well as several other candidates listed below.

In addition, Fairfax County voters decided on four bond referendums and passed two Virginia constitutional amendments.

The following list includes most election precincts that have Centreville addresses. The information was updated at 2 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 based on Virginia Board of Elections results. Not all precincts had reported results at that time. 

U. S. President: Incumbent Barack Obama (D), Mitt Romney (R), Virgil Goode (Constitution Party), Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Jill Stein (Green Party)

Precinct Obama Romney Goode Johnson Stein Write-In Centre Ridge 1,818 984 8 32 5 10 Cub Run 1,322 1,165 2 26 6 9 London Towne #1 1,593 740 2 21 5 9 Stone North  718 554 1 10 1 2 Centreville 1,765 1,036 4 30 5 1 Virginia Run 720 1,141 1 12 3 3 Green Trails 1,660 1,022 6 27 3 3 Bull Run 563 857 0 8 1 2 London Towne #2 341 118 2 4 1 0 Deer Park 1,083 1,068 2 8 8 6 Old Mill 761 476 0 4 3 10 Powell 1,879 1,025 0 31 10 5 Stone South 716 412 1 13 1 3 Compton

Newgate South 811 1,187 1 16 4 1 Newgate North 579 586 3 7 1 1

 U.S. Senate Race: George Allen (R), Tim Kaine (D)

Precinct George Allen Tim Kaine Write-In Centre Ridge 990 1,830 8 Cub Run 1,149 1,340 9 London Towne #1 769 1,575 5 Stone North  557 717 1 Centreville 1,050 1,754 9 Virginia Run 1,089 762 4 Green Trails 1,019 1,662 5 Bull Run 564 413 0 London Towne #2 126 338 1 Deer Park 1,059 1,097 3 Old Mill 487 748 5 Powell 1,020 1,874 4 Stone South 425 702 2 Compton 226 273 0 Newgate South 1,165 847 3 Newgate North 602 563 2

10th Congressional District Race: Frank Wolf (R), Kristin Cabral (D), J. Kevin Chisholm (I)

Precinct Frank Wolf Kristin Cabral J. Kevin Chisholm Write-In Cub Run 1,368 1,045 69 5 Stone North  657 554 46 2 Virginia Run 1,263 548 36 2 Bull Run 959 413 35 1 Deer Park 1,236 841 68 3 Old Mill 569 632 25 8 Stone South 477 595 44 3 Newgate South 1,352 599 46 2 Newgate North 665 465 32 3

11th Congressional District: Incumbent Gerry Connolly (D), Chris Perkins (R), Mark Gibson (I), Christopher F. DeCarlo (I), Joseph F. Galdo (Green Party), and Peter M. Marchetti (Independent Green Party)

Precinct Connolly Perkins Gibson DeCarlo Galdo Marchetti Write-In Centre Ridge 1,712 962 36 29 23 27 6 London Towne #1 1,471 722 36 25 24 16 8 Old Mill Centreville 1,684 1,001 43 14 14 24 2 Green Trails 1,557 995 31 23 22 27 3 London Towne #2 304 118 7 9 6 7 2 Powell 1,790 971 36 36 12 15 8 Stone South

Compton 269 217 3 3 2 3 5

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