Campaign 2012
Governor
Robert 'Bob' Francis McDonnell

RepublicanRobert 'Bob' Francis McDonnell

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: June 15, 1954
Birth Place: Philadelphia, PA
Next Election: 2013

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 59% (2009).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on August 2, 2012.)

Senate
Mark R. Warner

DemocratMark R. Warner

Incumbent
Party: Democratic
Birthdate: Dec. 15, 1954
Birth Place: Indianapolis, IN
Next Election: 2014

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 65% (2008).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

Timothy 'Tim' Michael Kaine

DemocratTimothy 'Tim' Michael Kaine

Elected
Party: Democratic
Birthdate: Feb. 26, 1956
Birth Place: St. Paul, MN
Next Election: 2012

Tim Kaine does not currently hold a congressional or gubernatorial seat.

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on November 7, 2012.)

House District 1
Robert 'Rob' J. Wittman

RepublicanRobert 'Rob' J. Wittman

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: Feb. 3, 1959
Birth Place: Washington, DC
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 64% (2010), 57% (2008).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 10
Frank R. Wolf

RepublicanFrank R. Wolf

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: Jan. 30, 1939
Birth Place: Philadelphia, PA
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 63% (2010), 59% (2008), 57% (2006).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 11
Gerald 'Gerry' E. Connolly

DemocratGerald 'Gerry' E. Connolly

Incumbent
Party: Democratic
Birthdate: March 30, 1950
Birth Place: Boston, MA
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 49% (2010), 55% (2008).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 2
Scott Rigell

RepublicanScott Rigell

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: May 28, 1960
Birth Place: Titusville, FL
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 53% (2010).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 3
Robert 'Bobby' Cortez Scott

DemocratRobert 'Bobby' Cortez Scott

Incumbent
Party: Democratic
Birthdate: April 30, 1947
Birth Place: Washington, DC
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 70% (2010), 100% (2008), 100% (2006).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 4
James Randy Forbes

RepublicanJames Randy Forbes

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: Feb. 17, 1952
Birth Place: Chesapeake, VA
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 62% (2010), 60% (2008), 76% (2006).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 5
Robert Hurt

RepublicanRobert Hurt

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: June 16, 1969
Birth Place: New York, NY
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 51% (2010).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 6
Robert 'Bob' William Goodlatte

RepublicanRobert 'Bob' William Goodlatte

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: Sept. 22, 1952
Birth Place: Holyoke, MA
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 78% (2010), 62% (2008), 75% (2006).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 7
Eric Ivan Cantor

RepublicanEric Ivan Cantor

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: June 6, 1963
Birth Place: Richmond, VA
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 59% (2010), 63% (2008), 64% (2006).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 8
James 'Jim' P. Moran, Jr.

DemocratJames 'Jim' P. Moran, Jr.

Incumbent
Party: Democratic
Birthdate: May 6, 1945
Birth Place: Buffalo, NY
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 61% (2010), 68% (2008), 67% (2006).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

House District 9
Howard Morgan  Griffith

RepublicanHoward Morgan Griffith

Incumbent
Party: Republican
Birthdate: March 15, 1958
Birth Place: Philadelphia, PA
Next Election: 2012

Recent winning percentages for office currently held: 51% (2010).

(Last updated by Bob Lewis on October 8, 2012.)

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Historical Election Results

2012
Nov. 6, 2012Presidental General Election
March 6, 2012Presidental Dem Primary
March 6, 2012Presidental GOP Primary
2008
Feb. 12, 2008Presidental Dem Primary
Feb. 12, 2008Presidental GOP Primary

Latest Polls View All >

Monday, November 05
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Kaine 49
Allen 47
Kaine + 2
Virginia
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist
Kaine 49
Allen 46
Kaine + 3
Wednesday, October 31
Virginia
Roanoke College
Allen 47
Kaine 42
Allen + 5
Virginia
CBS/NYT/Quinnipiac
Obama 49
Romney 47
Obama + 2
Friday, October 19
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 50
Romney 47
Obama + 3
Friday, October 12
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Romney 49
Obama 47
Romney + 2
Thursday, October 11
Virginia
CBS/New York Times/Quinnipiac
Obama 51
Romney 46
Obama + 5
Virginia
NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist
Romney 48
Obama 47
Romney + 1
Friday, October 05
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Romney 49
Obama 48
Romney + 1
Wednesday, September 19
Virginia
CBS/New York Times/Quinnipiac
Kaine 51
Allen 44
Kaine + 7
Tuesday, September 18
Virginia
Public Policy Polling
Kaine 47
Allen 46
Kaine + 1
Monday, September 17
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Kaine 47
Allen 45
Kaine + 2
Sunday, September 16
Virginia
Public Policy Polling
Obama 51
Romney 46
Obama + 5
Friday, August 24
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Allen 45
Kaine 45
Tie
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 47
Romney 47
Tie
Thursday, August 09
Virginia
Rasmussen Tracking
Allen 46
Kaine 46
Tie
Wednesday, August 08
Virginia
Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS
Kaine 48
Allen 46
Kaine + 2
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 48
Romney 46
Obama + 2
Virginia
Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS Poll
Obama 49
Romney 45
Obama + 4
Wednesday, July 18
Virginia
Rasmussen Reports
Obama 47
Romney 46
Obama + 1

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Senate

Virginia Senate

Tim Kaine

Tim Kaine (D)

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George Allen

George Allen (R)

Challenger

George Allen, who barely lost his re-election bid in 2006, tries to recapture his seat again. It's no rematch — Sen. Jim Webb, the man beat him, is retiring. But it's still a clash of titans as former Gov. Tim Kaine, who was also chairman of the Democratic National Committee for President Obama, is running to hold the seat for his party.

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